HVAC Repair Sarasota's team of certified professionals will guide you to the best AC or heating solution for your home. We have the right system for a single-family home, townhouse, condo or mobile-home.
You can trust HVAC Repair Sarasota to provide you with energy-efficient air conditioning and heating equipment. If your central air or heater is 10 to 15 years old, it is time to consider installing a brand-new system that could save you 20-40 percent off your utility bill and possibly provide you with a tax credit for April 15.
Call HVAC Repair Sarasota today before your AC breaks down when it is 100 degrees outside.
Heat Pump Check Up
Have your heat pump inspected annually. A neglected heat pump can increase your utility bill by 10-25 percent. Call HVAC Repair Sarasota to check out your heat pump.
Heat Pump Tip
You should clean or change your heat pump filter monthly or as needed. Remember, a well-maintained heat pump saves you dollars on your utility bill, and is less likely to break down during the winter freeze.
Your home needs to be cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
At HVAC Repair Sarasota we can meet any of your heating and cooling problems regardless of how minor or how major. We offer service and maintenance agreements, as well as provide 24/7 emergency service because we know when the AC goes out on a 100-degree day in August, you can’t wait a week to get your air conditioning unit fixed.
Whether it is a new thermostat on Longboat Key or a whole new unit in Lakewood Ranch, we are on-call for the greater Sarasota-Bradenton metropolitan region, offering expertise and certified technicians to meet all your residential heating and cooling problems.
If it is time to replace your old heating and cooling equipment, HVAC Repair technicians will help you decide on which system is best for your house, condo, apartment or mobile home. We will work within your budget.
The HVAC Repair Sarasota team will find the right system that will save you money and energy while relying on a wide selection of brand-name equipment that you can trust. We only install high-efficiency systems to make sure your home is well-protected from the summer heat and the winter chill.
Angie’s List offers good advice on when it is time to replace your AC unit:
First, consider the age of your system by factoring in how old it is and how much it is costing you annually to fix it.
AC experts often use the 5,000 rule. Take the age of the equipment and multiply that by the repair cost. If that number is more than $5,000, it is time to consider buying a new unit. If it is less, you can stay with the old system.
ENERGY STAR, an international standard for energy-efficient consumer products originated in the United States, suggests upgrading your heating or cooling unit if it is older than a decade. Other HVAC technicians recommend 14 or 15 years.
Angie’s List also recommends that you take into account whether the old AC unit needs additional refrigerant because of a leak. Fixing leaks and replacing refrigerant can cost $550 to $1,000. A leak can also cause your compressor to go bad which can run another $2,000. At that point, you might as well buy a brand-new system.
Further, you should bear in mind that older systems use R-22 refrigerant which the EPA is phasing out by 2020. HVAC companies stopped making units with R-22 in 2010. Newer, energy-efficient AC units use the refrigerant R-410A, a more eco-friendly option.
There are also tell-tale signs that your system needs to be replaced. Track how often you are making repairs, if your utility bill is rising or if you home feels too warm during July or August.
The good news, however, is that if you need to buy a new energy-efficient unit which can cost between $3,600 and $7,200, ENERGY STAR reports that you can expect a 20 percent savings shaved off your utility bill.
Don’t know what to do, contact HVAC Repair Sarasota for an inspection. If it doesn’t need to be replaced, we will tell you.
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