Lemay AC Contractor Gives Replacement Advice

When to Replace the Home’s Cooling System?

When is it time to for Lemay homeowners to make an AC replacement? What are the warning signs of an imminent air conditioner replacement? Cooling contractor, Hoffmann Brothers highlights the warning signs of an AC replacement.

Meteorological Fact: According to Weather.com, July is the warmest month of the year in LeMay, MO.

Although air-conditioning manuals outline how and when to maintain an AC, none tell when an AC replacement is in order.


Age factors in with the air-conditioning replacement. Ten years is the average time span for an AC. Cooling systems designed more than a decade ago are not as energy efficient as the air-conditioning systems of today. Because the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US. Department of Energy (DOE) have instituted new carbon emission standards; air conditioners are far more energy-efficient than ever.

“If your AC’s parts are still under warranty, an AC parts replacement may be in order opposed to an outright upgrade. We’ve been” shares a representative of LeMay’s preferred air conditioning specialist.

Unreliable cooling performance.

When an air-conditioning system is unable to maintain its cool, or is perpetually malfunctioning, AC replacement part or unit is imminent.

“Lemay homeowners may consider replacing a poor performing AC sooner than later. By the time you add up those higher monthly energy costs and repairs, a new system offers more value and definitive comfort ”

”However, not all air-conditioning problems involve an outright AC replacement. Sometimes, poor insulation, a faulty coil, or undersized air duct problems hinder an AC’s performance and overall energy efficiency.”

We’re in the business to service and help save our client’s heating and cooling costs. So, we tend to over-investigate all components before, recommending any air-conditioning replacement to LeMay homeowners,” divulges Hoffmann Brother’s spokesperson.


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