Cost for New Furnace and AC Units – 3 Ways They Pay for Themselves

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Cost for New Furnace and AC Units – 3 Ways They Pay for Themselves

Did you know the cost for new furnace and AC units could be covered by the money-saving benefits? Here at Aspire Heating & Cooling, our team can give you a full price quote based on your specific setup. Additionally, we can talk to you about the ways a new HVAC unit can at least partially pay for itself. We serve the entire Winston-Salem area, as well as surrounding communities in North Carolina.

Efficient Units that Use Less Energy

First, the money you’ll save on energy bills partially offsets the cost for new furnace and AC units. Every situation is different, of course. However, most new units are made with energy efficiency in mind. We install Trane brand heating and air conditioning systems, which is a high-quality, trusted manufacturer. The efficiency of these units means that it can cool your home more quickly while using less energy.

If your energy bill has recently skyrocketed, our team can also help you look for reasons why. For example, you may have a hole in your ductwork, which means your unit is working harder. Or, you might need to upgrade your heating and air conditioning thermostat. Instead of a new unit, we can also focus on repairs to your existing unit to increase efficiency all winter.

We can also help with energy efficiency in another way: by altering how your home is heated. In some cases, it might make sense to switch to ductless units. Additionally, we can install a system that allows heating on a timer or in zones. Essentially, if you don’t use your entire home during long periods, we’ll look for ways to optimize your heating.

Cost for New Furnace and AC – Is it Offset by Value?

For homeowners who are interested in selling their home soon, a new HVAC unit might make the most sense. This is especially true as we head into the winter months. No potential buyer wants to purchase a home with a furnace on its last legs. A new furnace and air conditioning unit can help you get more offers and higher offers. It is something you can include when you list your home for sale.

Keep in mind that this also makes sense for homeowners who are not interested in selling anytime soon. A new HVAC unit doesn’t just help with efficiency in your home. It can also increase your home’s overall value. If you ever need a home equity loan or home equity line of credit, a higher home value can help. Of course, the exact value will vary depending on your home and the original market value.

No More Heating and Air Conditioning Repair Costs and Related Expenses

Last but not least, if you replace your HVAC unit, you’ll spend less money repairing your old one this winter. When the weather is below freezing, you can’t wait around with a broken system. You’ll end up paying rush costs for the repair. In addition, you may even need to stay in a hotel with your family until it is fixed. During the winter months, we are extremely busy with emergency repair calls. You don’t want to find yourself in this situation.

We will always recommend repairs instead of replacement if it makes sense for your heating and air conditioning unit. After all, we don’t want to inflate your bill with a new HVAC unit you don’t really need. However, if your old furnace would be too costly to repair, we’ll recommend a new unit. Our installation team is licensed and insured, and your new HVAC comes with a full warranty. So, even if there is a problem, you won’t pay for the repair while you’re under warranty.

Not everyone is prepared to invest in a new HVAC system when the time comes. Our goal is to provide our customers with the system or repairs that they need, without waiting. Therefore, we work with you to obtain the best financing terms available, no matter your credit score. You will have options of 0% financing, no-money-down and lowest monthly payments.

Are you ready for an in-home estimate for your new HVAC system? Click here to learn more about us and fill out the form for a free consultation. Or, simply give us a call at 336-281-0047.

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