Air conditioners are an essential piece of kit for the warmer months, and even more important if you live in a hot climate all year round. You might not get to enjoy the cool breeze on your face if you aren’t aware of the signs that indicate you should replace your air conditioner unit.

The following blog post contains some signs you should be aware of that tell you, that you should be ringing up controlled climate to get your air conditioner replaced.

Old age

When it comes to the lifespan of your air conditioner, they typically last for approximately 10 to 15 years. After that you will notice that your air conditioner has a long list of problems that cause it to malfunction, these malfunctions can lead to expensive repairs. Replacing your air conditioner might be a more cost-effective option.

Noisy

Before your air conditioner reaches the 15-year mark, if it starts to make excessive noise, it could be a sign that it is experiencing a problem that needs to be fixed. A questionable noise coming from your air conditioner could also be an indication of a bigger problem that needs to be solved.

Effective

If the cool air becomes less noticeable and you start to pull a fan in, it might be a sign that your air conditioner unit is not as effective as it once was. If you are sweating even when the air conditioner is on, and the kids are asking if it actually is on, it could be a sign that it needs to be replaced.

You should feel the effect of the air conditioner, especially if you live in a hot climate.

Moving out

When you are asking yourself ‘when should I replace my air conditioner?’ Not many people consider that you should ask yourself this when you are moving out of your home. A functioning air conditioner in your home would be a great selling point for your home, as it is a desirable feature. This means, if your air conditioner is old or misbehaving, replacing it before you move out could improve the value of your home when you are considering selling.

If this blog post has shown you that you need to replace your own air conditioner unit, you can contact us today and we will be happy to help.