Westland Heating & Air Conditioning Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC replacement’

Assess the Condition of Your AC

Monday, July 27th, 2020

How is your air conditioner doing? No, we’re not asking you to go outside and physically ask your outdoor AC cabinet how it’s doing. It’s not going to give you any answers. We’re talking about the condition of its mechanical components and the cooling power it produces. Is it working to your standards?

Too many homeowners think that their air conditioner works, and that’s all they need to know. Not many people like to think about how their air conditioner is working, or more specifically if it’s working well enough. How long does it take for your home to cool off? How high are your energy bills? Does it cool your home without making strange noises or causing a ruckus?

Be sure to keep reading as we prompt you to pay closer attention to your air conditioning in Strongsville, OH. We’ll get to the bottom of whether or not your AC is in good condition.

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Why Newer Air Conditioners Are More Efficient

Monday, September 23rd, 2019

It doesn’t matter how much money you spent on your air conditioner 20+ years ago, all models produced today are going to run more efficiently. According to the EPA, replacing your old AC with a newer, more energy-efficient model, could reduce your utility bills by 20–40%. That’s a huge amount of savings, right?

Now, you’re probably asking yourself about what the big difference is between an old and new air conditioner, right? Well, components like a variable speed air handler, a thermal expansion valve, and other pieces can provide immense differences over time as you use your air conditioner. Certain types of air conditioners are getting better at high humidity, which also makes them more efficient. The bottom line is that there are much more efficient models out there to look into if you’re in the market for HVAC service in North Olmstead, OH. We can help explain a little bit why these models are more efficient if you keep reading!

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