How to Tell if You Need an Air Conditioning Replacement

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The heating and cooling systems in your home play key roles in keeping you healthy and comfortable, so they are designed to last a long time. Your air conditioning unit, for example, should last at least 15 years if it’s properly maintained. Sooner or later, however, you will need to replace these systems, and when that time comes, you can turn to our team at Custom Air and Heat Inc.

How to Tell if You Need an Air Conditioning Replacement

We have extensive experience in the HVAC industry, and you can count on us to take care of your air conditioning replacement needs. In this article, we’ll go over a few ways to tell that you may need an air conditioning replacement service soon.

  • Uneven Cooling – When an air conditioning unit works properly, it will evenly cool your entire house, so no part of the building should be noticeably hotter than the rest. If you notice some parts of your home are not getting cooled effectively, you should contact us to schedule a service to determine if there are issues with your duct work or if it may be time to schedule an air conditioning replacement.
  • Indoor Humidity – Your air conditioning system is responsible for cooling your home and removing excess moisture from the air. That’s why the inside of your home isn’t as humid as the outdoors. If you notice the air inside your home starts to feel moist and humid, we encourage you to give us a call to have us inspect your system. In some cases, it is possible to fix this problem with repairs, but in severe cases, you will need an air conditioning replacement.
  • Electrical Problems – Lastly, you need an air conditioning replacement if your unit starts to have electrical problems. It can be difficult to spot these issues from the outside, so we encourage you to get your system inspected every year. Our team has the right knowledge and experience to determine when your unit has reached the end of its lifespan.