Make your thermostat your friend!
Choosing a heating or air conditioning system can be one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. Having a comfortable place to live is an essential component to living healthy.
When it’s time to replace or upgrade old equipment, there can be a lot to think about. Will it be expensive? Should I repair or upgrade? MACC Mechanical can help you make decisions by explaining your options and answering your questions.
The first step is one many contractors miss: taking the necessary time to get to know your system.
If your equipment is reaching the end of its life cycle, you may find only certain parts of the unit need to be repaired. For example, the outdoor air conditioning condenser can be fine, but the indoor coil might need replacing. Don’t be fooled into thinking replacing a single part will save you money. Problems like this typically signal the end of the unit’s recommended service. Upgrading the entire unit at this stage will actually return bigger savings over time. Not only will you pay less for installation, but your new system will be more energy efficient, which means reduced utility bills and less stress on your equipment.
If replacement of your air conditioning or heating system is necessary, only choose equipment or upgrades that match the space and size of your home. Don’t be tempted into buying the biggest and most powerful unit.
There are a daunting variety of heating and cooling systems available. At MACC Mechanical, we often recommend Rheem® products, because we are familiar with their efficiency and great warranties. However, we can—and frequently do—install a variety of brands and system types. The choice is yours.
Our HVAC specialists provide a variety of services, including:
- Air conditioner installation
- Central air conditioning installation
- Furnace replacement
- Furnace installation
- Heat pump installation
- Ductless heat pump installation
- Whole heating system installations
Speak with one of our service specialists and start finding answers to your questions today!