Thinking of buying a new
air conditioning system in 2016? If so, it’s important to do your research. The AC
brand and model you choose can affect, not only your family’s health
and comfort, but also the amount you spend on energy costs month to month.
Further, the more expensive AC units often save you money in the long
run. Weigh your decision with regard to initial costs and lifetime costs
carefully before selecting the best cooling system for your home. The
goal is to make the most of this significant investment
Here are some of the key elements to consider when performing a cost analysis
for a new AC system:
First Costs vs. Lifetime Costs
The initial cost of an AC replacement includes the dollar amount on the
price tag and installation fees. However, the lifetime cost of an AC replacement
factors the initial costs, installation costs, ongoing operating expenses,
and the estimated maintenance and repair costs for the life of each air
conditioner in consideration. While buying that inexpensive AC might seem
appealing now, in the long run, the added repair costs could make it somewhat
less than a bargain.
Quality Air Conditioner Features
Higher-quality AC features and higher initial costs tend to go hand in
hand, especially since the superior cooling systems cost more to manufacture,
offer a greater return on investment (ROI), and utilize better components
to meet higher standards. Because of their enhanced features, these ACs
might be the better deal long term.
Dependable Cooling Performance
Choosing a higher-quality air conditioner typically ensures better performance
and fewer repair bills. Not only do the best ACs offer improved ventilation,
but they also do a better job of reducing humidity so your family can
Let Del-Air Install Your New AC System
Contact Del-Air today to see how we can help your air conditioning function better or ask us about options for new system installation. In
most cases, we can be at your front door as soon as tomorrow, so more
comfortable living is right around the corner.