RSP Heating and Air

Repair Vs Replace

Should I Upgrade My Heating and Air System?

Repair vs Replace

A new, efficient system can usually start to pay for itself in about 12 months!

10+ Years

Your system is reaching the end of its lifecycle.
Units of this era can be more than 60% less efficient than new systems. The efficiency of your HVAC system has a tremendous impact on a variety of issues within your home. Some of the ways a poorly functioning HVAC system can affect your home are:

  • High utility bills
  • Mold growth
  • Uncomfortable environment
  • Corrosion & carbon monoxide leaks

An efficient heating and air unit is an investment with an up-front cost, but it is really worth it in the long run! 60% of your household energy usage comes from your HVAC system. The more efficient it runs the more money you will save.

If we service your HVAC unit and you decide to upgrade to a new system,we will refund your service fee!*

*New system must be purchased
within 30 days of service.

If your unit is in this category you may not need a brand new HVAC system. However, if your heating and cooling bills are higher than they should be, or if you don't feel like your furnace or air conditioning is working correctly, then it still may be time to upgrade.

If your system is working fine, proper checkups & maintenance from RSP can prevent costly repairs in the long run. Call RSP today to schedule your seasonal Clean and Check.