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Most systems have a lifetime of 10 to 20 years. As your equipment gets older, its efficiency can decrease dramatically. So, you may notice that it gets noisier and needs repairs more often. When a unit begins to show its age, you have two choices: overhaul the system or replace it. Because heating and air conditioning technology improves over time, a unit designed with newer, more energy-efficient equipment makes sense. It especially does if your system is 10 or more years old. Our authorized air conditioning and heating professionals can provide an in-home estimate on the cost of a new system as well as a payback schedule that will show you how much money your newer, more efficient system will save you in utility bills.
In the most basic of explanations, a zone control system connects to a central control panel via thermostats, opening and closing ductwork dampers to block or release hot or cold air. Each zone’s temperature is set with the corresponding thermostat. That’s all there is to it. The zone control system does everything else.
Replacing Entire System Benefits
Because it may cost less initially to replace the outdoor unit on an older system, it might make sense. Over time, utility expenses will add up and may even cost you more. Replacing only the outdoor unit will lower the efficiency of the unit. Even worse, your system may fail sooner than normal and most manufacturers’ warranties will be voided. You should always replace the indoor cooling coil along with the outdoor unit. Follow us on Facebook fore specials and discounts.