HVAC systems are vital to maintaining a comfortable home, and therefore, are one of the more expensive appliances in a home. Since this is such an important investment, you want to be able to get the most out of it before you have to replace it. Our HVAC rejuvenation services allow homeowners to give their HVAC system a second chance by strategically addressing issues that can prolong the life of your heating and cooling equipment.
Prolong HVAC System Life with Electrical Rejuvenation
HVAC electrical issues are concerning, but certainly not reversible. While these components are critical to the system’s performance, addressing multiple electrical concerns at once can revitalize the system and add years to its lifespan. That’s exactly what our team of HVAC experts do as part of our electrical rejuvenation package.
The services we provide as part of our electrical rejuvenation package can address common issues with the following HVAC components:
- Hot surface igniter
- Flame sensor
- Face electrical absorption system
- Primary circuit board
- Air distribution kit
- Inducer fan motor
- Pressure switch
Understand When to Maintain, Repair, Rejuvenate, or Replace
The key to prolonging the life of your HVAC system is to know how to manage it throughout the different phases of its life. A newer system doesn’t take a whole lot of maintenance, but it can’t be ignored. Older systems can experience more issues, but it’s important to know the limit where it begins to make more sense to replace an older system rather than put more money into it.
Yearly and bi-annual maintenance are necessary for all HVAC systems. With such a complex mechanism and one that runs constantly for months at a time, many small issues can arise that require routine maintenance. Something as simple as dirt could gunk up your system and develop into a serious issue.
Regular furnace tune-ups and AC maintenance ensures that your system is running at its best. It also prevents minor concerns and red flags from becoming system malfunctions. Regularly investing in your system with a bi-annual maintenance plan is a key factor in maximizing your HVAC system’s lifespan.
Watch for certain signs that your system could need repairs. If your AC is cutting short or running continually, there could be an issue with your thermostat or another AC component. Unusual sounds and smells can also be a sign that your system may have an issue.
Remember, repairs are quick solutions to immediate problems. They will likely return your system to its original performance before the issue, but AC repairs won’t improve your system’s performance.
If you’re looking to revamp an older air conditioner’s performance, an electrical cooling rejuvenation is exactly what you need. Maintenance visits won’t focus on the more in-depth servicing that is included with an electrical rejuvenation package.
Rather than just relying on constant repairs, give your older system a kickstart to prolong its life, improve performance, and increase energy efficiency as a result.
Once your AC reaches 10 years old, it’s likely past its prime. Another sign that your air conditioner needs to be replaced is if it requires regular repairs to keep functioning. If any repair is more costly than a new system, it’s best to invest in the future of your home comfort, rather than an aging system.
Upgrading your system is another key factor to consider when choosing whether or not to invest in a new air conditioner replacement. If you’re looking at your energy bill and could benefit from a more modern and efficient system, work with a local Riverside HVAC dealer like Sheldon's Heating & Air Conditioning’s to choose the system that’s right for your home.
Call Sheldon's Heating & Air Conditioning’s for Your HVAC Rejuvenation Needs
Sheldon's Heating & Air Conditioning has been a leader in HVAC servicing and installations in the Riverside area for years. Contact us anytime to speak with one of our friendly HVAC specialists to discuss what services your system needs and whether or not our innovative HVAC rejuvenation services can help extend your system’s performance.