Home heating and cooling systems are intended to last for a long time. Even so, the day will come when the current HVAC system will no longer offer the same level of performance that it did in times past. As the homeowner begins to notice little signs that the unit is in decline, it makes sense to talk with a local professional about a new residential heating and cooling system installation in Norman OK. Here are some signs the time to make that call is now.
Operating Expenses are Creeping Upwards
A survey of the power bills over the last one to two years indicates a steady upswing in the monthly cost of operating the system. At first, the increase was so modest that the owner really didn’t notice a change. It was only by sitting down and comparing the amounts, checking the usage, and ruling out other possible reasons for the higher monthly bills that the owner realized the system is in decline. Given the age of the system, replacing parts will not likely extend the life of the system enough to justify the cost. A better approach is to talk with a local professional and find a new unit that is a good fit for the home.
Harder to Sleep at Night
The current system used to do the job without creating much noise. While it’s still not enough to cause any distractions during the day, the noise can be a problem when people are trying to sleep at night. Since the repairs that would eliminate the noise would cost a tidy sum, the best move is to talk about installing a new residential heating and cooling system installation in Norman OK.
Planning on Selling the Property
Now is the time to start making improvements that ensure the house shows better and allow potential buyers to know the major systems in the home are in great shape. Along with some updates to the wiring and the plumbing, it makes sense to invest in a new heating and cooling unit. Those will all become major selling points when the real estate professional holds open houses and prospective buyers ask questions.
Get started today with a call to Comfort Xpress. It won’t take long to identify the right replacement and ensure the installation goes off without a hitch.
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