Here at DBS Services, we understand that investing in a new air conditioning system can be a big expense, but if you consider the various factors, you may find that replacing your air conditioning could save you time and money in the long run.
Air conditioners don’t last forever, and the older your system is the more likely it is to be inefficient and outdated. We’d recommend that if your air conditioning is causing you problems, and it’s over 10 years old, it may be more worth your while to just replace it. Over the last ten years there have been huge advances in energy efficiency, so a new air conditioning system could considerably improve your business or home’s efficiency.
Likewise, if you’re constantly having to fork out for repairs on your air conditioning unit, you may save money in the long run if you just invest in a new, fully-functioning system. Our friendly, professional team can perform repairs on all sorts of air conditioning units, and would be happy to advise you on the best course of action for your system.
Your air conditioner unit probably makes a regular humming noise which you’re fairly used to, so it should be easy to spot if it’s making irregular noises. Any noises such as knocking, squeaking or rattling could be a sign that it is on its way out.
If you have rooms where the vents are releasing too much or too little air, hot or cold spots or rooms which become sticky or humid this is generally a bad sign. Seeing as the job of air conditioning is to regulate the temperature, we would recommend getting this looked at immediately!
High Energy Bills
There are financial advantages to getting a new air conditioning system too. The older your air conditioning system is, the less energy efficient it’s likely to be. Studies show that a new air conditioning system could be around 40% more energy efficient compared to one that is over 10 years old, so saving you money on your bills!
We offer air conditioning maintenance and installation across Slough and the surrounding areas so whatever your air conditioning query, please feel free to contact us.