When to Replace My HVAC Equipment?
Be your own home comfort adviser!
- Locate the manufacturer’s sticker on your Furnace. Is it older than 12-15 years old? Is the efficiency less than 95%?
- Locate the manufacturer’s sticker on your outdoor Air Conditioner. Is it older than 12-15 years old? Does it use R-22 refrigeration?
- Locate the type of venting for your furnace. There will be a round pipe coming from the top of your furnace. Is this pipe black PVC or metal?
- Is the furnace venting tied in with your Hot Water Tank? There will a metal pipe coming from the top of your Hot Water Tank and a metal pipe from the top of your Furnace joining into one pipe.
- Look at your energy bill. Is there an unreasonable increase in energy usage?
- Is there uneven temperature throughout your home?
- Do you require frequent repairs?
If the answer is YES to any of the above, then it may be time for new HVAC equipment. We’d be happy to help, contact us for a quote!
What’s Involved in Replacing my HVAC Equipment? Where Do I Start?
Here’s our recommended guide to help walk you through the process!
Step One: Do your Due Diligence
- Do your really need new HVAC equipment? See the previous section “When should I replace my existing HVAC equipment?” above.
- Have you done your research and found a professional, qualified and certified HVAC Contractor? (If you’re reading this, you’ve found one!)
Step Two: Contact Us!
- We will set up a in home assessment with a professional Home Comfort Advisers at a time of your convenience!
- All our in-home assessments are free! If someone tells you otherwise its time for a new contractor.
Your Home Comfort Advisers have been trained specifically with your best interest in mind!
Step Three: In-Home Assessment
- Your Home Comfort Adviser will come to your house at a time that is convenient for you.
- The advisor will walk through your options including; equipment, extended warranty options, maintenance options and payment methods.
- Your Home Comfort Adviser will also discuss your options for manufacturers rebates and government incentives.
Step Four: Take Your Time
- We encourage you to take your time to discuss with your family.
- We encourage you to get multiple free in-home assessments to see if there may be a better option for you.
Step Five: Installation
- We will set up an installation date and our technicians will be there on time, prepared for the install.
- All our technicians are employed with V&P Enterprises. We do not believe in subcontracting out our work. Quality control is important to us!