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Comfort Considerations

Whether you’re replacing an old, inefficient HVAC unit or installing a new, state-of-the-art home comfort system, the experts at Evcon™ are committed to helping you make the right choice for your needs. So you can reduce energy usage, save money, and live comfortably. Here are a couple of things to consider when looking into a new home comfort system:

Solving the Home Comfort Equation

Investing in a new heating and cooling system for your home is a significant expense, not to be taken lightly. So how do you know when it’s time to replace that outdated HVAC equipment? Keep these numbers in mind: if your monthly utility bills have increased by 50% (or more) or the cost of repairing your old system reaches 30% of a new purchase. Remember: heating and cooling system efficiency has increased drastically in recent years so you’re going to be spending more in the long run by NOT replacing that old, inefficient system.

Maintaining Comfort

Just like regular checkups with your physician keep you in good health, your home comfort system requires routine seasonal visits by a qualified HVAC technician to ensure it is running at optimal levels. Without regular servicing, your HVAC system is bound to waste energy and break down faster. However, with the right care and maintenance, your home comfort system will provide you with many years of reliable service.

That’s why, here at Evcon™, we recommend professional maintenance of your HVAC system a minimum of once per year. Specific maintenance requirements vary from system to system, but annual maintenance ensures two key steps: inspection and cleaning.

Of course, while an annual checkup goes a long way toward maintaining the health of your HVAC system, there are a few things you can do to keep your heating and cooling units running smoothly and efficiently between maintenance visits:
  • Check and change your system´s indoor air filter according to contractor-recommended schedule. Dirty filters can lead to inefficiency and long-term performance issues.
  • Keep the area around outdoor air conditioners or heat pumps free from plants and debris. Be sure that air is able to circulate freely in these areas.
With a little maintenance, your system will deliver lots of comfort for years to come. And you can count on durability and money-saving efficiency for ultimate peace of mind.
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