It can get surprisingly cold here in Mesa, AZ, and your heating system will likely see a lot of use this time of year. Because we live in a desert, most of our energy is devoted to keeping our air conditioners in peak condition, which can lead to you using an older heater long after it should be put out to pasture. Installing a new heater now means you can start taking advantage of its numerous benefits right away. Waiting, on the other hand, could cost you a great deal more than you know. Old heaters can often be surprising cash sinks.
Reduced Efficiency Means Higher Monthly Bills
Old heaters contain old components, which must use consume much more energy to perform their jobs. That means that old heaters are much less efficient than newer ones are, and when the winter nights get cold, it can cost a great deal more in monthly bills. A new heater, on the other hand, will do the same job while using much less energy, dropping your bills accordingly and helping you to recoup the cost of an investment more quickly.
Repairs Cost Money and Your Valuable Time
Older heaters tend to break down more often, which means they require more heating repair calls and maintenance sessions to keep running the way they should. Eventually, it may seem like you’re calling for repairs every week. Even worse, with an older heater there is a greater likelihood of a catastrophic breakdown, usually when temperatures are cold and you really need it to work. That can lead to a mad scramble to get it repaired, resulting in swapped schedules and time that could be better spent doing other things. If repairs have gotten out of hand or you are worried about a future breakdown, get a new system installed instead.
Talk to John’s Refrigeration for the best heater installation service around!