Ask yourself the following questions:
- Is your heating or air conditioning system more than 15 years old?
- Are you making frequent repairs to your heating or air conditioning system?
- Do you experience hot and cold spots in certain rooms within your home?
- Are you paying more than you think you should for your utility bills?
If you answered yes to any of these, it is recommended you consider upgrading your heating and air conditioning (HVAC) system. Replacing an old heating and air conditioning system will help increase reliability, efficiency, comfort, and safety within your home. Older HVAC units do not have as many, if any, energy saving features. Therefore, they consume more energy to heat and cool your home, which translates to higher utility bills.
Newer HVAC units are more energy efficient and many feature the Energy Star® certification logo. They do a much better job at heating and cooling your home while consuming less energy. In the long run, a new HVAC system can pay for itself within a few years from the increase in energy savings and lower utility bills.
Many of today’s newer heating and air conditioning systems are able to give homeowners several different types of alerts to keep their systems operating and functioning correctly. These features alert you when it is time to change the air filter, schedule maintenance, or even call a technician. Following these simple alerts help you avoid more costly and emergency repairs later. New HVAC systems from Distinct Heating & Cooling also include some of the best warranties in the industry.
Upgrading your systemcan drastically improves your home’s comfort system. You can program a new heating and air conditioning system to automatically control and adjust temperatures throughout the house. Wake up in the morning to your preferred temperatures or come home from work to an ideal climate.
New HVAC systems also include safety features, like carbon monoxide (CO) detectors on all new furnaces. Carbon monoxide is real and dangerous. It can be difficult to smell and detect CO levels within the home without a detector. Along with the modern CO detectors on the market today and combined with annual maintenance of any HVAC system, reduces the risk for carbon monoxide to a minimum.
Indoor air quality is another aspect of home safety. Did you know indoor air can be from 5 to 100 times more polluted than outdoor air? By adding UV lights, humidifiers, ventilation systems, and air filtration technologies, you can dramatically improve the air you and your loved ones breathe in your home.
At Distinct Heating & Cooling, we have the experience, skills, and tools to provide you with accurate and cost-effective home heating and air conditioning solutions. We offer the highest level of home comfort systems in Calgary and the surrounding areas. We feature HVAC systems from the industry’s top manufacturers. To learn more or for a free heating and cooling system upgrade quote, contact us today at 403-477-3810. Remember to ask about our special offers, too!