Usually, your heating and cooling system does its job without you having to think about it. If you've noticed problems that concern you, you might need to get repairs or even a replacement. To help you make that decision Wind Bender Mechanical Services, the premier plumber and HVAC contractor in Jamestown, OH, offers the information below. These three issues are signs it's time to repair or replace your HVAC system.
3 Signs It's Time to Upgrade Your Heating & Cooling System
1. It’s Ineffective
If your system is no longer able to keep your home comfortable, parts may have worn out and the system can no longer meet demands. For instance, if you find you must cover yourself with blankets because it's too cold and adjusting the thermostat does not help, contact a reputable HVAC contractor to inspect your furnace and air conditioner. Likewise, if the system regularly breaks down and requires service, you may be due for a replacement.
2. Utility Costs Have Risen
Unless the temperatures have been unusually hot or cold, the cost to heat and cool your home should remain relatively stable. If the utility costs to keep your house comfortable seem to have dramatically increased over time, your system may be operating inefficiently. An HVAC contractor can tell you whether it needs some simple adjustments or a complete overhaul.
Although a furnace and air conditioner are designed to last a long time, they will not last forever. If your system has been in place for 10 to 15 years, it is likely nearing the end of its lifespan. In this case, it is probably worth replacing instead of repairing if you are experiencing service interruptions and breakdowns.
If you've noticed any of the symptoms above, contact Wind Bender Mechanical Services in Jamestown, OH, for furnace repairs or replacement. Their expert staff are licensed, bonded, and insured, and they provide fast, reliable service throughout the Greater Dayton area. Visit their website to submit a contact request form, or call (937) 675-2982 to discuss your needs with a friendly professional. If you've been quoted a price you're unhappy with by a different contractor, contact them for a free second opinion.