Installing a new HVAC system can be expensive, and it’s a decision that most homeowners don’t take lightly. However, after a point, you don’t have any other alternative. Perhaps your home in Morganfield, Kentucky, doesn’t feel as comfortable as it once did, and your recent electricity bills have been staggering, so a new HVAC system is a must. Once you install it, here’s how it can save you money in the long run:

Lowered Electricity Bills

The newer HVAC systems are more energy-efficient. Check the Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) rating and buy a system that has at least a 14 rating. Higher is even better and translates to more energy efficiency. You may be able to cut your energy costs by 20% or more.

Reduced Repair Costs

By installing a new HVAC system, you save on the money you would have spent in maintaining and repairing the old system. Most HVAC systems have a 10 to 15 lifespan, after which their performance starts to lag noticeably. You might make them work for longer with repairs and component replacement, but, in the end, the expense usually is not worth it.

Automated Regulation

A smart thermostat will be compatible with your new HVAC system, and that will allow you to control it and set the temperature to an energy-saving mode. The thermostat will maintain a comfortable temperature when you are at home and reduce it by 10% or 15% when you are away or asleep. Over time, that can result in considerable energy savings.

Rebates on New HVAC System

If you buy a new HVAC system at a certain time of the year, you may be able to take advantage of the factory rebates that manufacturers offer to buyers. Additionally, you may be eligible for federal, state, and municipal tax rebates of up to 30% of the unit price for installing the energy-efficient unit. That can result in significant savings for you.

To ensure that your new HVAC system continues operating at optimum level, schedule regular HVAC maintenance with E&M Heating, Plumbing & Air Conditioning. Call us at 270-971-4903 for an appointment.

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