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Because of climate change, so many homes are in need of controlling the temperatures within their homes the best way they know-how. But because of the tedious task the HVAC system performs all year long, it is bound to run into problems and breakdowns and you may consider replacing it.

 Keep on reading to know the signs that you need a new HVAC system and what to expect when you consider replacing your residential HVAC system.

Signs you need a new HVAC system

  • Your HVAC system is more than a decade old
  • The temperatures are no longer comfortable 
  • You’ve done lots of repair
  • The furnace is too loud
  • Your energy bills are increasing
  • And failure to perform regular maintenance

 It might be your first time considering replacing your HVAC system and you probably don’t know what to expect, we’ll walk you through what to expect during an HVAC replacement.

1. Estimate and calculate the costs of replacement

 It is wise to carefully assess how much the replacement will cost. You can research different HVAC contractors in your local area based on the services they provide and how much it will cost you plus the expertise of the contractors. You can also compare the cost of replacing versus repair costs just to see which is a wise decision to take on.

2. Preparations for HVAC replacement

You’ve probably reached a decision to replace and choose your contractor. Now you have to prepare your home by ensuring your furniture is covered and the contractor has access to your basement, attic, or any other crawl spaces.

3. Lastly, how long will it take for the whole installation to take place?

 The time taken entirely depends on how much work an area is being covered. Replacing the entire system might take a longer time compared to replacing single units. You can also consider the contractor will also carry out an inspection on the efficiency of the system before crowning the job done.

Hope this gives you a pretty idea of what to expect and for more information on residential HVAC systems, call us today at Frontline Mechanical Inc proudly serving residents of Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. We look forward to assisting you.