Is your HVAC getting system getting old? Are you tired of high electricity bills? Do you want to increase the value of your property? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should consider upgrading your HVAC system. HVAC systems are a critical asset of your home that make a huge difference in your comfort, health, and expenses. By having an efficient system in your home, you can increase the quality of your home life through these five benefits of upgrading your HVAC system.

Improved Comfort

By upgrading your HVAC system, you will be able to improve the comfort of your home. New HVAC systems are more efficient at treating the air that passes through it to provide cleaner, healthier air. Clean air can reduce allergy and asthma systems as well as reduce the amount of dusting you need to do. Plus, you will be able to upgrade your thermostat and have a quieter living space.

Decreased Electricity Bills

Old HVAC systems have to run more frequently and for more extended periods of time to achieve the same results as a new HVAC system. By upgrading your system, you will get to enjoy the amount of money you save from your decreased electricity bills.

Upgraded Safety

Old HVAC systems put your home and family at risk of low-quality air, mold, mildew, inadequate temperatures, or dangerous system components. By upgrading your HVAC system, you can have peace of mind that your home and family are safe and healthy.

Increased Property Value

HVAC units are a primary concern for homebuyers when looking to purchase a new home. They recognize that an old HVAC unit will likely have to be replaced, which could cause them to reject buying your home. If you are looking to sell or are considering selling your home in the next few years, an upgraded HVAC system can increase your property value and make your home more desirable to potential buyers.

Reduced Carbon Footprint

We all need to do our part to reduce our carbon footprint. One step that you can take is to upgrade your HVAC system. By doing so, you will have a multi-level impact. First, old HVACs may contain a refrigerant called R-22. The EPA is in the process of phasing out and banning R-22 in the USA due to its harmful ingredients. Therefore, if you still have an HVAC unit with R-22, it is best to get it upgraded as soon as possible. Second, new HVAC units are significantly more efficient. Higher efficiency means not only a lower electricity bill, but also release fewer carbon emissions.

Upgrade Your HVAC Unit with Freon Doctor

Freon Doctor is proud to offer you our specially trained crews’ service to replace your HVAC system. We offer replacement of all types of residential and commercial systems. Please feel free to contact us with your questions or to book an appointment today!