Your AC is no fun. Trying to fix it could do more damage than good. Depending on a few things, it might be time to repair or replace your AC unit. Here are some things to consider when deciding whether to get a new AC for your home.
A typical lifespan for any AC unit is 15 years if properly managed and maintained. But if your AC is over the ten-year mark, replacing the unit with a brand-new one might be worth the investment. If your team is less than ten years old, then call the professionals in to do an inspection and determine the cost of repairs.
The overall costs will be a huge deciding factor in replacing or repairing your AC unit. If it makes sense to replace the unit completely, you should save your time and money and put it towards investing in something new. If the costs don’t break your wallet, dish out some cash and repair it.
This one is more important for those still using the discontinued R22 refrigerant. If you are currently using R22 and your AC leaks, consider buying a new one. R22 is not easily accessible since it was concluded, and finding out for purchase will cost an arm and a leg.
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