The best way to make sure your air conditioning system doesn't breakdown is to have regular system maintenance. However, sometimes your AC system just breaks down. If your air conditioning system isn't working properly, be sure to call a certified technician.
Central Heating & Air Conditioning has the experience and know-how to diagnose the problem and get your system back in working order quickly with our outstanding air conditioning service.
For more than 25 years, Central Heating & Air Conditioning has been servicing the Cleveland area repairing air conditioning systems like yours. We understand how important your home is to you. We strive to keep it in the best condition to provide you the home comfort you deserve.
As your air conditioning system gets older, it can experience breakdowns — just like other home appliances that get regular, heavy use. We will be able to determine whether your system needs a simple repair or replaced all together.
If your stuck with a broken AC system give us call at 216-352-4758 or click the button below to schedule your serivce with us online.
Getting stuck without air conditioning can make for a long, hot summer in your home. Below we offer some considerations to think about as you make your choice about whether to repair or replace an inefficient A/C system before summer.
How old is your central air conditioning system? Typically, a home air conditioning system can last for up to 12 - 15 years. Regular maintenance can extend the life of your system, but inefficiencies will affect it the older it gets.
How much energy is your current system using? Newer, high-efficiency air conditioning systems use about half the electricity of an old unit. System efficiency is measured in SEER ratings (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio). The higher the SEER rating, the more efficient the system. A 25-year-old system has a SEER rating of about 6; today's systems are built with a SEER rating of a minimum of 13, which can reduce energy usage by about 49% compared to a system with a SEER rating of 6.
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