Expert AC Installation Service by HomeServe of New England
Air conditioning plays a vital role in the comfort and well-being of many families. The dog days of summer can be tough and air conditioning gives us the relief we need to get through the hot months. There comes a time in the unit’s life where a replacement is necessary. When it comes time for a new air conditioning unit, you can count on the experts at HomeServe of New England to be your trusted choice for home air conditioning installation or replacement.
Is It Time to Replace Your Air Conditioning?
Constant repairs or an old and inefficient central air conditioning system could mean that you will save time and money by replacing your air conditioner with a new, energy-efficient system. Whether you are in need of AC repairs or a full air conditioning replacement, HomeServe of New England can provide the quality work you need. Our air conditioning professionals are highly skilled and use state-of-the-art tools and equipment to perform repairs and install new units as safely and efficiently as possible.
Professional Air Conditioning Replacement Near Newton, MA
Signs Your Air Conditioner Needs to Be Replaced
The hot summer days of Newton, MA and the surrounding area make having a properly functioning AC unit almost a necessity. There are many reasons why it may make sense to replace your old or malfunctioning air conditioning unit:
- Continual Breakdowns – If your air conditioning is starting to break down on a frequent basis, it may make more economic sense to replace the unit, instead of investing money to put new parts on an old, central A/C system.
- Age – Most home air conditioning equipment will last about 15 years if it has been properly maintained. As A/C units age, parts wear out, seals begin to fail and motors are not as strong as they once were. If your home’s air conditioning system is 10 or more years old, it might be a good idea to consider replacing it in the next few years.
- R22 Freon Units- If your home’s air conditioning is running on R22 refrigerant, the cost to obtain it will be rising in years to come. The Federal government will be eventually phasing out R22 freon for use in A/C compressors, which will
cause the cost of the product to go up dramatically. It may be much more economical to replace your system with one that uses the more modern R410A freon.
Home Cooling Services
HomeServe of New England is proud to offer our customers the following additional cooling services.
When the time comes to replace that old air conditioning unit you can count on the professionals at HomeServe of New England to install your new air conditioning system.
Our qualified service technicians are able to respond to your air conditioning emergency 24/7 during the long hot New England summers.