Frequently Asked Questions About Your Home
When should I replace my existing heating and cooling unit(s)?
The time frame to replace an existing unit would be anywhere from 12-15 years old. A few units last longer then that but regular maintenance and replacement of parts can be the result that the lifespan of your existing equipment lasted a longer period of time. Also, when replacing a unit (heater or air conditioner), replace both units and select the same manufacturer as well. This can extend the lifespan of your new units.
What is the regular maintenance needed for my heating or cooling unit(s)?
We recommend that your heating and cooling system be checked and serviced twice a year; a Spring & Fall Tune-Up. Also we recommend that you change your filter regularly, depending on the type of filter you have. This will eliminate the many problems that can occur when proper maintenance isn't followed.
How can I find the system that's right for me?
Get the facts from an Atlanta HVAC Expert:
- There are many heating and air conditioning systems to choose from today. E.R. Roberts Cooling and Heating Inc. can draw on a vast degree of heating and air conditioning knowledge and experience to help you decide on the system that best fits your specific needs. The size and age of your Georgia home, as well as the number of rooms, climate, local and regional utility costs, and utility incentive/rebate programs are all factors that will affect the functionality and, therefore, selection of your system. E.R. Roberts Cooling and Heating Inc. utilizing the latest technology, considers all these factors while assisting you in choosing the best system for your home.
- Metro Atlanta homeowners seeking to replace an existing system often choose a new unit with equal or higher efficiency ratings compared to their previous system. Replacing a unit that is 10- to 15-years-old may reduce natural gas or electricity costs by 30 to 50%.
- Contact an Atlanta HVAC Contractor to help determine initial cost, warranty protection, service options, maintenance options, operating cost and proper installation.