Replace My Condenser Or The Whole Air Conditioning System? When Air Conditioners Fail....

Recently, a friend asked, "Why would I ever consider getting a new air conditioning system when the old one works fine?"  She seemed to make sense.  Her system was 12 years old and, although showing signs of age, was working very well.  She recently had to replace the fan motor on her condenser and add a pound of freon but her system was paid for.

When your system fails many factors come into play - most of them bad.

In our discussion we covered the standard reasons for replacement: higher efficiency, increased comfort, lower humidity, enhanced air quality, renewed warranties...But the main reason?  Reliability.

What convinced her to change out her working system was the risk associated with system failure.  Here's why.

When your system fails and forces you to shop for a new one, many factors come into play - most of them bad.

  • The failure usually happens during the hottest times
  • The home is unliveable and requires immediate attention
  • The research period is small, if any
  • Time is more important than brand or quality
  • The better companies are busier than the worst companies requiring a longer wait

Don't let your aging system force a bad purchase decision.

Every system reaches a point where the economic benefits of replacement exceed the remaining value.  As an incentive to evaluate your replacement options Surgi's and Trane are now offering up to $1,250 Trade-In on your old system.  

Need financing?  Surgi's offers up to 60 month financing through Wells Fargo.  In fact, if you want to pre-qualify anonymously with no follow-up, click on the Wells Fargo link here or elsewhere on this page.

It's never too soon to start planning and never a better time to buy.  Call us.  Remember, Surgi's advice and estimates are free. 

Need a new system?  Surgi's can help.  Need a healthier, more comfortable life?  We can change the way you feel about your home. 

Call 469-4232 for a free estimate today!

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