The new year has officially started and that means that many people, especially homeowners, are making their to-do lists on what things need to be completed or changed. If your home has an HVAC system that is decades old and it’s starting to have problems, upgrading your system can help alleviate some of the stress you might feel, and you’ll be able to stay comfortable throughout the year. Here’s why 2018 is a great year to upgrade your HVAC system.
Reason #1: Your new HVAC system will be reliable.
Chances are, if you have a system that is many years old, it’s had some repairs or will start needing regular repairs soon. Old systems simply are not as reliable as a new system and that means you could have some expensive repairs or an unexpected system breakdown right when you need it most. Winter time can get especially cold and nobody wants to have their heater break when it’s cold outside! A new system is reliable and will stay that way for many years to come. That means, you can count on it to keep you comfortable when you need it the most.
Reason #2: Your new HVAC system will be energy efficient.
Our team of HVAC pros understand that saving money and conserving energy is an important part of being a responsible homeowner. Let us help you find the right energy efficient system that works with your home and its specific layout! The technology in today’s HVAC system systems are unlike the HVAC models of the past and that translates to energy savings and more money in your pocket. You’ll also be conserving energy and doing your part to help the environment.
So, where do you start when it comes to researching new HVAC systems? When you’re reading about different types of systems that might work for your home, be sure to research the various efficiency ratings. Good efficiency ratings mean that you’ll save energy and money over the long haul, which is an important thing for most homeowners today. process. Furthermore, knowing the efficiency ratings can help you estimate what the overall costs are of the system while you have it, including what it could potentially cost to repair or maintain it. The higher the rating number for Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF) and Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER), the better it is for overall energy and efficiency savings.
Our team at Hybrid can help provide options on what system size and style would work best. We will also work to stay within your budget and we will go over various financing options if you need it. Now is the time to contact us and learn more so you can stay comfortable every month out of the year.