The typical heating and air conditioning system lasts between 12 and 15 years, As the system gets older it loses efficiency and starts to burden you with expensive repairs. Comfort Control replacement systems come with a 10 year parts and labor warranty so you get peace of mind for the next 10 years.
It is normally a good time to replace your system when the repair costs are high and frequent and when you reach the maximum life span which is about 12 to 15 years. Of course many of our customers will choose to replace just to get a more efficient, quieter and up to date system. The experts at comfort control will help you determine whether repair or replacement is your best course of action.
The most important decision you have to make is not the brand but the company you choose to install it. Getting the right company to install your system is crucial.
The most well-known brands can be crippled by a bad installation. Today’s HVAC systems are highly engineered to be energy efficient and reliable. However, to achieve these benefits the system must be installed properly. Any company can slap a new system in for you and you will get cool air and warm air when you need it but that does not mean it was installed properly. There are procedures that must be taken to ensure proper installation and Comfort Control knows for a fact that most companies don’t do it. Why? Because it takes longer, and it’s more difficult for the installers. We take great pride in our work and our installers are on board because they see the difference in the system performance and the longevity of a properly installed system. For example, we seal all the leaks in your ducts as part of the job. We also flush out the freon lines to remove all of the old oils because the new oil can mix with the old oil. This can cause system failure in the future. There are several other steps we take to ensure a proper installation is done for our customers. After the job is complete we don’t stop there! we will send out a manager to perform a quality control check to ensure the job was done correctly and as promised.