Nothing in your Vacaville home uses as much energy as your HVAC unit. Our number one goal, at Mays Heating and Air Conditioning, is to make your living space more comfortable while at the same time reduce your energy bills. Sometimes the best, easiest and fastest way to reduce your energy bill is by having a new system installed. However our licensed, trained and insured technicians will perform a full inspection of your current unit before recommending a new system.
When you do decide to get a new system, we hope you choose us! We are not brand specific, meaning if you have equipment preferences we can work with what is right for you. We offer standard efficiency units as well as high efficiency units. During our estimate process, we build and tailor to your wants to get exactly what you need. We'll never oversell equipment at the sake of your dollar.
If it's time for a new HVAC unit, you can trust it will be installed properly by Mays Heating and Air Conditioning.
Your System is Getting Old
While regular maintenance can extend the lifespan of HVAC systems, they still typically have an average life span of 10 to 15 years. Once your system gets to a certain age, it's a better decision to replace your system rather continuing to spend money on repairs. A new unit can lower your carbon footprint and even reduce your energy bill.
Rising Energy Cost
Energy efficiency of HVAC units has grown exponentially through the years. You might have noticed recently that your energy bills have slowly began to rise or maybe you were shocked when you opened your bill this month. Either way, a new HVAC system can reduce your energy bill by up to 20% and could even pay for itself after a few years.
In addition to heating and cooling your home, HVAC systems also has the job of providing ventilation through your entire house. Have you noticed and increase in dirt and dust throughout your Vacaville home? If so, that could be a sign that your system is no longer working properly to remove this dirt, dust and debris from your home.
The Cost of Repair is Too High
If you call an HVAC expert when your HVAC unit stops working and the cost to repair is only slightly cheaper than getting a new system, it's probably time to invest in a new unit. When you pay for your first major repair on your HVAC system, that likely won't be the last time you drop a small fortune on that unit. Spend the little extra today and it will pay off in the long run.
Selling Your Home
Are you looking to sell your home? Did you know upgrading your HVAC system before selling means you get to raise your asking price? Many times home buyers will ask for a steep deductions in their offer if your home has an outdated HVAC system. Call us today to add value to your home.