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5 Reasons to Replace Your Air Conditioning System

June 10, 2013

Why you may want to give your old A/C the boot

Is your A/C still running or is it barely walking at this point? Your air conditioning system is the single largest appliance in your home and uses around 40% of your annual energy consumption in the home. If your still trying to get thru summer with an air conditioner that’s over 10 years old you may want to consider a few reasons why upgrading might not be such a bad idea:

5 Reasons to Replace your Air Conditioning

How can I upgrade my a/c without overpaying?

First get at least 3 estimates from reputable contractors you trust. Never pay for an estimate, a quality contractor will offer a in-home consultation for free with no obligation to buy. Then while most hvac contractors should be experienced enough to give you a few options based on the needs of home and your family beware of someone pushing just one expensive system and not explaining why. Ask your trusted contractor about efficiency rebates, factory equipment rebates and tax credits. You can even see if the contractor is running specials on Yelp or Angie’s List if your a member. All of these can add up to a few thousand dollars in savings. Systems can still be costly and so don’t forget to ask about current financing offers that may work for you.

Upgrading your old air conditioning system can be a great decision especially when it will result in increased comfort, flexiblity and energy savings for the next decade! If and when you’d like to get more information call or contact Bob Jenson A/C and we’ll set up a free visit at your convenience.

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Bob Jenson

For over 45 years, Bob Jenson has been providing quality heating and air services to the San Diego community.

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