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Advantages of Upgrading to a New Air Conditioner

During the warmer seasons temperatures in the local Grand Strand area can easily surpass 90 degrees. If you currently own an old and inefficient central air conditioner, now is the perfect time to upgrade to a more modern unit. Here are some of the best benefits of replacing your home’s outdated air conditioning system.

Quiet Operation

Old air conditioning units are known for their relatively loud operation due to worn out coils and creaky components. For some people, the extra noise can be especially frustrating at night. Modern HVAC systems are designed to offer a quieter performance.

More Advanced Controls

In the past, central A/C units kept every room at the same temperature. Fortunately, the newest central air conditioners feature an advanced climate control system. Whether you are in the kitchen or the garage, you will be able to select your preferred room temperature. This feature is especially convenient for homeowners who have a big family and several rooms in the house.

Better Air Quality

Airborne pollen can impact allergy sufferers for the majority of the year. It’s a good thing today’s newest HVAC systems are engineered with innovative air filtration systems. They do a great job of eliminating dust and other allergens that tend to accumulate within the home.

Energy Savings

An old air conditioning unit could quietly cause your energy bill to spike. Over the course of a single year, you could save hundreds of dollars by upgrading to a newer unit.

No Use of Freon

Today’s air conditioners no longer need Freon. Not only does this result in a lower cost of maintenance, but it also helps protect the environment. Furthermore, an outdoor Freon leak could put you and your loved ones’ health in danger.

Tax Incentives

Since new HVAC systems are so environmentally friendly, the government now offers tax incentives and rebates. Isn’t that something you would like to enjoy?


Is It Time to Upgrade Your HVAC System?, HGTV


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