Aging HVAC?
If your HVAC unit is over 10 years old and starting to have problems, it’s time to shop for a replacement. A new unit will offer you save energy, lower electric bills and provide you with continuous comfort.  Here is a check list of how to start:

Determine Need

If your current unit is not performing, contact us to conduct an inspection to learn if a simple repair is in order or if a new system is needed.  Most HVAC systems can last anywhere from 10 to 20 years but get less efficient with time.

Research Options

We can help you choose which unit would be best for your home by considering the size of your house and family.  A larger HVAC won’t save you money if your home is small.  There are a lot of different brands to choose from.  You want to make sure that they endorsed by your HVAC specialist.  Family Air has experience with a lot of different brand models and has easy access to the parts and accessories for those brands.  You should consider BTU output, energy efficiency, the size of the HVAC, available warranties and finally the cost of the system.


Since a new HVAC unit can be expensive, Family Air has financing options to help you pay for the system.  Contact them for all available options.
We hope you find this checklist helpful.  If you need more information on choosing a new HVAC system, please contact us at 520-399-5850 today!

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