Your air conditioning system is an essential device that provides your family comfort and protects their safety. It’s vital that you have a dependable air conditioner that delivers cold air at a low cost. Here are some signs that it might be time to replace the AC system in your Indiana, Pennsylvania, home:

System is More Than 10 Years Old

Every item you own has a usable lifespan, including your air conditioner. Manufacturers design air conditioning systems to last about 15 years. But replacing yours before that time makes more sense. If your AC system is 10 years old, you can save up to 40 percent on your cooling costs by upgrading it to a newer and more energy-efficient model.

System Requires Frequent Repairs

Have you ever owned an old car that you needed to repair all the time? All those repairs added up, and they probably didn’t do your vehicle any good in the long run. The same applies to your air conditioning system. Spending money to repair an air conditioner that’s either old or constantly breaking down is a waste. You should instead use those funds to invest in an air conditioner replacement that will pay you back with higher efficiency and fewer repairs.

System is Wasting Energy and Money

An air conditioner that’s dying to be replaced will waste energy and not adequately cool your home. As a result, you’ll spend more money and not feel as comfortable. If your energy bills have increased without reason, it’s likely because your AC system is operating inefficiently. Frequent cycling is another sign of a struggling air conditioner.

Do you need help with your next AC replacement? Don’t settle for second best. Contact Miller Plumbing & Heating at 724-204-8054 to expert help selecting the right air conditioner for your home’s cooling demands. We’ll install it according to the manufacturer’s specifications so that it maximizes efficiency.

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COVID-19 is affecting all of us.

Given recent developments of the Coronavirus (also referred to as the COVID-19 virus) across the world, Miller Plumbing & Heating has decided to close our office starting Monday, 3/23 and we will be returning tentatively on Monday, 4/6. The safety and well-being of our customers and employees is our top priority and we wanted to keep you posted on the actions that we are taking to keep you and our employees safe.

If this is an HVAC or Plumbing emergency please call (724) 204-8054, and our emergency number is given on our voice mail. Please call that number to speak with the emergency technician on call. We thank you for your business and appreciate your flexibility as we navigate this unprecedented time while keeping you and our employees safe and healthy.

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