Whether you need an adjustment to your current system or installation of a completely new system, your family and customers deserve only the best. Our goal is to help provide that in a manner that offers value as well as comfort. Our business is mainly referral-based so that means our services must be good and our prices must be fair in order to attract and retain customers.
You have questions? We have answers!
Q. How do I know if my heating and airconditioning system needs replacing or just a repair?
A. Excellent question. Here are some factors to consider:
Chlorodifluoromethane, also known as R-22, is a hydrochlorofluorocarbon gas used as a refrigerant in residential and commercial systems built before 2010. Because of its chemical structure, which contains chlorine, R-22 is considered a greenhouse gas with ozone-depleting and environmentally hazardous potential. Therefore, repair costs to systems still using R-22 can be quite expensive.
At Action Tech, we pride ourselves in preparing competitive cost analysis that agrees with your budget while maintaining the highest efficiency and quality. Often times, some replacement systems can cost less than the cost of repeated repairs, in many cases installing a new heating and cooling can actually pay for itself in energy savings with a relatively short time.
Another consideration to make when replacing a heater or air conditioner is whether it is best to replace both units at the same time. By doing so, you will save on installation costs and both units can be serviced on the same maintenance serviced plan reducing costs over the life span of the units.
Q. What should I look for when choosing a new heater, heat pump, or air conditioner unit?
A. Choose a manufacturer that has a good reputation for quality & durability. Our Action Tech technicians can assist you in choosing a model with a high efficiency rating to bring you a better comfort while lowering your seasonal energy bill.
Q. When should I replace my existing heating or air conditioning system?
A. All systems are different. Listed below are some rough estimates of life span guidelines to help you decide whether repairing or replacing is the right decision:
Keep in mind, system life span widely varies based on regular maintenance and replacement of parts. If a unit has been repaired repeatedly or has been run excessively, it may require replacement sooner than normal. Continually paying for service calls or repairs to an old or inefficient system often simply prolongs the inevitable.
Q. With so many variations, how do I choose the right heating or air conditioning system?
A. Choose the correct equipment appropriate for the size and needs of your home.