When you’re serious about keeping your Pembroke Pines, Florida, home comfortable, you want to make sure you don’t have to go a single day without the cool breeze of your air conditioner. But how do you know when it’s time to replace your old air conditioner? From expensive energy bills to inconsistent temperatures, take a look at four signs that you need a new air conditioner.

You’ve Lost Track of the Breakdowns

Over the years, needing a few air conditioner repairs is completely normal, since wear and tear means your cooling system will need TLC from time to time. If you have HI-VAC Air Conditioning Service on speed dial because your air conditioner seems to break down every other week, though, it might be time for an upgrade. If your system is 10 or more years old, it’s almost definitely time for a new air conditioner.

Your Utility Bills Keep Climbing

It isn’t unusual for utility bills to increase during a Florida summer. If your bills climb dramatically or increase even though you’ve reduced your energy usage, your AC may be to blame. Cooling systems often lose efficiency in their old age, so you could be fighting a losing battle. Talk with our team about your options and find out how much a new, energy-efficient system could save you.

Your Home’s Temperature Never Feels Consistent

As air conditioners lose efficiency, they can’t always circulate conditioned air as well as they once did. If some rooms always feel hot while others feel cold, it may be time for an upgrade. Check with our team about zoning systems for optimal comfort.

Your Home Always Feels Too Humid

Air conditioners are designed to moderate excess moisture in the air, so a humid home is often a sign that the air conditioner isn’t working properly. Ask our team about built-in dehumidification features for new air conditioners or whole-home dehumidifiers that can make new cooling systems offer a breath of fresh air.

Ready to upgrade your outdated cooling system? Call HI-VAC Air Conditioning Service to schedule new air conditioner installation today: 954-246-4141.

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