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Options to Consider When Replacing Your Air Conditioner

Unfortunately, your AC system won’t last forever. Even with regular maintenance, your air conditioner will eventually quit running as smoothly as it once did. If you’ve had to make frequent phone calls to an air conditioning repair service recently, you may be due for a system replacement. Today, there are many affordable, energy-efficient options available.

Choosing a new AC system doesn’t have to be difficult. If you’re looking for air conditioning replacement service in Lynnwood, here are some options you should consider.

Whole-System Replacement

If only one part of your system is failing, you may think that replacing only that component will fix the problem. However, you should consider replacing both the outdoor and indoor components of an older system, even if only one component fails. System components have advanced recently in design, performance, and efficiency, so your system will likely have a longer lifespan with fewer repair issues if you replace both the indoor and outdoor units.

Types of Systems

One of the first things you should discuss with a technician when replacing your AC is the type of system you want. Central air conditioning, heat pumps, and ductless mini splits are all options you can discuss when considering air conditioning replacement.

Efficiency Ratings

Air conditioning systems are much more energy-efficient than they once were. If you have had your current AC system for several years, it may be using far more energy than those that are available today. Look for a system with a SEER rating of 16 or higher and the ENERGY STAR label for a system that will save you money without decreasing your AC’s performance.

Zone Control

One upgrade you may be unaware of for your new system is zone control. Along with your new central AC system, a technician can install dampers in the ductwork along with separate thermostats so you can adjust the temperature separately in each room of your home.

No matter what options you choose, replacing your AC system is the best decision you can make for increased performance and efficiency. Call G & S Heating, Cooling & Electrical, Inc. for air conditioning replacement in Lynnwood.

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