August 9, 2012 Uncategorized  No comments

In the course of a year, Twin Cities area residents get to experience all four seasons and the complete range of weather events including snow, rain, sleet, tornadoes, thunderstorms, humidity, record-breaking heat and more. In summer, we rely on our air conditioning and humidity control equipment to keep our homes comfortable. If you’re wondering if your air conditioner will make it another year, consider the following signs. Prepare to face the summer with a new A/C if:It's Time For A New Cooling System When...

Your existing home comfort system is undependable.
Chances are you’re tired of the repair-then-repeat cycle by now. It can cause as much frustration as keeping an old car running. Except there’s no such thing as a valuable “classic” HVAC system, it’s just old. Consider applying the repair money to your new cooling system budget. You’ll enjoy greater comfort now (rather than later) and start saving on utility bills immediately. The new energy-efficient system may even add value to your house.

Your energy costs are going through the roof.
Ever-climbing energy bills mean your system is performing poorly. Older systems aren’t capable of reaching the efficiency level of new, ultra-efficient equipment, even if you’ve kept up on preventive maintenance.

Your home is often uncomfortably humid.
A properly sized new air conditioner will handle humidity far better than older systems. For ideal home comfort, consider having whole-house humidity control incorporated into your new system.

Your cooling system is noisy.
Excessive noise, besides being stressful, is a sign of problems with your A/C system. New designs and correct installation ensure that your new system will be much quieter than you’re used to.

Your air conditioning equipment is 10 years old or more.
If so, your existing system is costing way too much in monthly energy bills. Today’s systems require a lot less power to keep your house comfortable. That’s one reason Energy Star advises replacement of a decade-old system.

Let the experts at Marsh Heating & Air Conditioning explain your options for a new comfort system for your Twin Cities-area home. Visit our website for information or give us a call.

Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).  For more information about cooling systems and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Resource guide.

Marsh Heating and Air Conditioning services Minnesota’s Twin Cities. Visit our website to schedule a free air check today!     

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