– When you purchase a new system, you can avoid the hassle of unexpected repairs down the line, and you don't have to sit around uncomfortable while waiting for service. Lower utility bills
– A high-efficiency home comfort system can save you hundreds of dollars each year in energy costs when compared to an older system. New systems have newer technology that improves overall efficiency. Energy tax credits
– You can recover some tax benefits of select high-efficiency systems in the form of tax credits.
Environmentally friendlier refrigerant
– Due to growing environmental concerns, the U.S. federal government has mandated that all HVAC manufacturers phase R-22 refrigerant-based equipment out of production. In response, manufactures use cooling systems with R-410A, a U.S. EPA-approved, chlorine-free refrigerant.
– Advanced technologies that improve energy efficiency also enhance your comfort, so you can enjoy more even temperatures, better humidity control and a constant flow of conditioned air from a newer system. Improved air quality
– Better humidity control means a reduced potential for mold and mildew growth. Many home comfort systems, for example, also offer air quality control filtration, which minimizes the impact of indoor pollutants.