When it gets really hot, the last thing you want is to have to call for AC repair. However, if your home was built in the 1980s, you could be in the 20% of homes that have air conditioning equipment that’s over 20 years old and it might be time for not just AC repair, but asking an air conditioning contractor to come in and put in a new air conditioning unit. Upgrading to a new model can have a plethora of benefits, including giving you energy savings, improving efficiency, and better safety. So let’s discuss how you can keep your air conditioner in good condition and avoid AC repair (to the best of your ability) but also why considering getting a new AC unit could be in your interests if you have an older unit.
How Can I Avoid AIr Conditioning Repair?
The American Society for Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning
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