At Joe's Heating & Air Conditioning we pride ourselves on reliable products and great service. So when you're faced with the choice between replacing or repairing part or all of your heating and cooling system, you can count on Joe's to help you find a solution that's affordable, keeps your family comfortable and makes long-term sense.
Every situation is unique, and Joe's will give you expert advice based on an inspection of your existing system, identifying maintenance needs and costs, and discussing your individual heating, cooling and air quality priorities. In general, here are some issues to keep in mind when deciding whether to repair your current equipment or upgrade to a new system:
Cost is an immediate consideration – the up-front price of repairs will likely be less than installing a new model. But consider the age of your current system and the relative cost of repairing it.
Is It Time To Replace Your Heating & Air Conditioning Equipment?
If your existing equipment is more than ten years old and the cost of repairs is more than a third of what a new system would cost, it may make more sense to replace it. If repairs are less than a third of the replacement cost and your system is less than ten years old, it may have many productive years ahead and repair be the better option.
Your heating and cooling system is one of the most expensive components of your home, and one of the most important – your family's comfort depends on it.
So the choice between replacing and repairing the system is a big one…and sometimes, if your furnace goes out in the dead of winter, or your air conditioning fails in the heat of August, the pressure to make the right decision is even more immediate. It comes down to evaluating short-term costs versus long-term value, and making sure you understand the impact of energy savings over the life of the system while weighing concerns you may have over issues like air quality. But you have a reliable partner on your side.
Joe's Heating & Air Conditioning will walk you through the pros and cons, and is committed to doing Whatever It Takes® to delivering the right solution for you and your family.