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Time for a new air conditioner?

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Most air conditioners are designed to last 10 -12 years. If yours is around that age, and needing more repairs every summer, it might be time to start thinking about replacing it before you face an AC outage. Air conditioning outages are beyond inconvenient and in our hot Texas summers, they can be downright dangerous.

 

You might not show it off at your next barbeque, but a new Dallas air conditioner installation has some perks:

  • Money savings. Air conditioning units have grown more efficient over time. Your old air conditioner may have a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) of 7 or 8. New units are required to have a SEER of 13 or higher. With a higher SEER, your air conditioning bills are almost certainly going to be lower, possibly by as much as 50%.
  • Better performance. With a new air conditioner in your Dallas area home, you’ll enjoy improved indoor air quality with fewer temperature inconsistencies.
  • Fewer repairs. Aren’t warranties a homeowner’s best friend? New units are covered by warranties for the first few years, so if you experience any issue with your air conditioner, just give us a call. We’ll look up your installation information and work with any warranties to get you back to normal again.
  • Protecting the environment. Almost all Dallas air conditioners new or old contain freon, carbon dioxide or ammonia. As long as these chemicals stay inside of the air conditioner, these gases do not pose a threat and are responsible for cooling the air. However, in old or broken air conditioners, these gases can leak, leading to health and environmental risks.
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