Is your air conditioning system not working as well as it used to? Are you experiencing issues such as poor airflow or strange noises coming from your unit? These could be signs that your air conditioning system is in need of repair. Here are a few of the signs that your air conditioning system may need repairs.
System Age & Condition
One of the most obvious indicators that it’s time to replace your air conditioner is its age. The average lifespan of an air conditioner is about 10-15 years. Of course, if you are on a regular maintenance plan, like those Lindemann offers, it’s very likely to last longer.
Additionally, the condition of your system should also be taken into consideration. If your system is in poor condition, frequently breaking down, or showing signs of wear and tear, it may be more cost-effective to replace it rather than continuing to repair it.
Efficiency Now vs New (Energy Usage)
Another important factor to consider is the efficiency of your current air conditioner compared to newer models. Today’s air conditioners are much more energy-efficient than those made even a decade ago. If your system is not energy-efficient, it may be costing you more money to operate than a newer, more efficient model would.
If you’ve been keeping up with maintenance and repair, then your system should be running optimally. Our certified technicians will be your guide and provide you with maintenance and necessary repairs to your existing system. This way it will last longer and save you money over the long run.
Frequency of Service Calls, Current Value of your System
Another indicator that your air conditioner may need to be replaced is the frequency of service calls. If you find yourself calling for repairs more often than usual, it could be a sign that your system is reaching the end of its life and may need to be replaced.
Additionally, the current value of your system should be taken into consideration. If the cost of repairs outweighs the current value of your system, it may be more cost-effective to replace it.