HVAC installation can make a big difference in the design of your dream home or custom remodel! In fact, the savings you can achieve from a properly installed HVAC system can help you pay for your new home!
And, at some point every homeowner must make a decision about whether it is best to repair or install a new HVAC sytem. Carter Services can help you install a state of the art HVAC sytem and add tremendous value to your home.
Here are some important factors to consider when you are thinking about a new HVAC installation.
At Carter Services our HVAC installation professionals are happy to give you a complete and clear estimate of both the cost of repairing your existing HVAC system or performing a new HVAC installation. We’ll help you make an educated decision and help you understand which route is the best financial choice based on your particular home or business situation.
A good rule of thumb is that if your system is more than 15 yers old, it might be time to consider installing a new HVAC installation. That being said, if your HVAC system has been well maintained, your system’s life could be much longer and you can avoid investing in a new HVAC installation for at least a few more years. The question you need to ask is whether the cost of repairs and having a less efficient system cost more than a new installation over a period of years. Carter Services’s experienced HVAC installation technicians can help you answer that question.
Operating costs are critical to assessing any HVAC installation. Look for the SEER rating (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio) on your current system. Newer more modern HVAC systems have higher SEER ratings, and a new HVAC installation could save you large amounts of money over the life of the unit by significantly reducing your monthly utility bills and also creating a more comfortable home or work place. The expert HVAC technicians at Carter Services can help you determing whether a new HVAC installation makes sense for you, or whether your current system could benefit from a professional tune up.
Resale Value Bottom line is that homes with good HVAC systems have a much greater value than homes that do not. An efficient and reputable HVAC system is a great investment in the value of your home and will make a great selling point when it comes time to leave.