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Washington may be known for its cool and rainy weather, but when the temperature rises during the summer months, a reliable air conditioning system can be a lifesaver. Whether you're looking to upgrade an existing system or install a brand-new one, it’s critical to choose the right AC. With a variety of options available, from window units to central air systems, there's an Everett AC installation solution for every resident when you call Legacy One Heating. 

Our trustworthy team is devoted to helping you stay cool and comfortable when you call us at (425) 906-3447 or get in touch online for a free estimate.

5 Signs That You Need a New Air Conditioner

  • Age Consideration: When assessing your air conditioner's performance, take into account its age. Most units have a lifespan of around 10-15 years if properly maintained. If your AC approaches or exceeds this timeframe, it might be prudent to think about upgrading. Aging units often become less efficient and more prone to malfunctions, impacting both comfort and energy bills.
  • Repair Frequency: Pay attention to how often you're scheduling repairs for your air conditioner. If it feels like a constant cycle of fixes, or if repair costs are escalating, it could signal underlying issues. Instead of continuously patching up an old unit, investing in a new one might be a wiser long-term financial decision.
  • Efficiency Levels: Keep an eye on your AC's efficiency. If it struggles to cool your space effectively or if there's a noticeable uptick in energy expenses despite regular usage, it might be losing efficiency. Newer models boast improved energy-saving features, potentially resulting in lower utility bills.
  • Unusual Signs: Strange sounds or odors emanating from your air conditioner shouldn't be ignored. Whether it's grinding, squealing, or peculiar smells like mustiness or burning, these could indicate internal issues. These problems may escalate if left unaddressed, possibly compromising safety. Seeking professional assessment is crucial to determine if a replacement is necessary.
  • Air Quality Concerns: Poor indoor air quality could stem from an ailing air conditioner. Increased dust, mold growth, or inconsistent cooling might be symptoms. Older units may struggle with maintaining optimal humidity and air circulation, exacerbating these issues. Upgrading to a new AC with enhanced filtration and humidity control can enhance indoor air quality and overall comfort.

Consulting a qualified HVAC technician is advisable if you notice any of these signs, as they can evaluate your current system's condition and provide guidance on whether replacing your air conditioner is advisable.

Choosing the Right Air Conditioner: Understanding Your Options

It may seem like choosing a new air conditioner is a challenging task nowadays, especially when there are just so many options to pick from. Although several ACs may look similar on the surface, they often differ internally in the way they cool down a living space.

Our experts would be happy to explain the distinctions between some popular options, such as:

  • Central air conditioners – One of the most common systems across, the country, this type of AC system is designed to cool an entire home. It requires ductwork to distribute cool air throughout the space and is generally efficient and consistent.
  • Ductless mini-split systems – Ductless systems are ideal for homes without ductwork or that require extra cooling in specific areas. They are comprised of an outdoor compressor unit and one or more indoor air-handling units, which can be mounted on the wall or ceiling.
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The Importance of Choosing the Right Size for Your Air Conditioner

Although there are plenty of factors to think about when considering a new AC, one of the most significant aspects is its size. A system that is too small may struggle to cool all the rooms in a space adequately, leading to high energy bills and reduced comfort. On the other hand, an oversized air conditioner is likely to have short-cycling problems, poorly balanced cooling, more frequent breakdowns, energy inefficiency, and an overall reduced lifespan.

AC units that are too large for a home suffer more wear and tear, while also raising humidity levels. To get help with choosing the right system for your house, get in touch with our team at Legacy One Heating. We can measure the dimensions of the space, as well as consider the number of doors and windows to make sure the new AC is correctly sized.

Give us a call today at (425) 906-3447 to learn more about our trustworthy AC installation in Everett.

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