Cooling and Heating Yuma Since 1955

If you notice that your air conditioner is not cooling properly in your Yuma, Arizona residence or business, it may be time to get an air conditioning replacement. A certified heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractor can evaluate the performance of your HVAC unit and recommend ways to restore comfort. Sometimes a repair or maintenance is necessary.

However, in some situations, air conditioning replacement is a better option. There are several signs that let you know when it’s time to replace rather than repair.

Age of Unit

The age of the unit plays an important part in the decision about whether to repair or replace it. Most HVAC professionals recommend replacing a unit that is over 15 years old and breaks down frequently. One way to calculate the cost-benefit of repairing versus replacing is to multiply the age of the unit by the cost of repair. If the unit is 10 years old and repairs will cost $400, you may want to. However, if the total exceeds $5,000, many contractors feel that AC replacement is more cost-effective.

High Utility Bills

Older units use more energy than newer ones. Energy Star recommends replacing units that are more than 10 years old because newer technology is more energy efficient. You can save as much as 20 percent on annual heating and cooling costs with a more efficient model.

Uneven Heating and Cooling

There are many reasons some rooms feel too hot or too cold, such as leaking ducts, improper operation or not enough insulation. A licensed contractor can inspect your system and make cost-effective recommendations to make rooms more comfortable.

About Quick Refrigeration

Quick Refrigeration has provided HVAC services to Yuma residents since 1955. These services include new installations, preventive maintenance, 24-hour emergency repair and design-build for new construction. We work on all makes and models of equipment. We make sure you understand the problem and the benefits of each recommended option.

If you think you may need an AC replacement, call to schedule an evaluation of your HVAC system.

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