Dewees HVAC Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning Replacement’

AC Repair Vs Replacement: The 50% Rule

Monday, July 3rd, 2023

Your air conditioner undergoes a lot of stress. The wear and tear beats down on it, but it still holds on for you. Through all the repairs, it comes out on the other side to cool your home for a little longer–but how long can that last? And for that matter, how much are you paying in repairs?

Air conditioning services are there to either repair your air conditioner, or replace it when it’s time, but how do you know when that is? There are a few ways to tell what you should do; let’s go over them now.

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What You Need to Know About Getting a New AC

Monday, April 24th, 2023

When it comes to getting a new AC, there are many factors to consider. With a variety of options available in the market, it can be overwhelming to decide which type of AC is right for your needs.

You need air conditioning installation in Benton, but with your own research and understanding of your options, you can ensure that you make the best decision for your home and your family. Here’s what you need to know about getting a new air conditioner installed.

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You Know You Need a New Air Conditioner When…

Monday, April 10th, 2023

Your air conditioner has seen better days, but still, you want to hold onto it for as long as possible. With the price of a new air conditioner, we understand–it’s not an expense anyone wants to dish out the money for. But the thing is, there’s a certain point where it’s passed the threshold of no return.

Getting air conditioner replacement can be stressful, which is one of the reasons that we offer financing options for you to get what you need without being burdened with an enormous bill.

So how do you know if your air conditioner is truly on its way out and needs to be replaced, not just repaired? Let’s talk about that.

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Fall Is a Good Time to Schedule an AC Replacement

Monday, October 10th, 2022

Once the temperatures start to cool down after a long summer in Conway, you probably don’t want to think much about your air conditioning system.

You’ll be more concerned with getting ready for winter weather or just enjoying the milder fall temperatures. But fall is often the best time to take care of an extremely important AC service … getting a new one!

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Watch for Warnings Your AC’s Compressor Is in Jeopardy

Monday, August 1st, 2022

All the components of your home’s central air conditioning system have important jobs. But one component has a special elevated status: the compressor. This is the engine of the entire AC, since it’s where energy is applied to the refrigerant to put it under pressure and then start the process of circulating through the system and moving heat from inside the home to outside. 

The compressor uses the most electrical power of any part of the air conditioner (from 2,900 to 4,100 watts per hour) and it’s also expensive to replace if it burns out. The cost to replace a failed compressor is often costly enough that if the part is no longer under warranty it is more cost-effective to replace the entire air conditioning system.

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Was This the Last Summer for Your Home’s Air Conditioner?

Monday, September 20th, 2021

If you’re asking yourself whether you have an AC that’s had its last summer run, then you’ve come to the right place to start looking for an answer. Getting a solid answer, the right answer, will require help from HVAC pros who are experienced with aging air conditioners and determining when it’s best to repair a system and when to replace it. 

In this post, we’re going to provide you with some advice about your current AC that can help you focus on whether it’s ready to retire this fall so you can start with fresh cooling the next time you need it. 

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Why Your AC Is Shutting Off and On Too Much

Monday, September 6th, 2021

Have you noticed something isn’t right with your air conditioner? It’s not that it isn’t running, or that you’re not receiving cooling from it. No, the trouble is that the AC has gotten jittery with how it turns on and off. You hear the compressor kick-on far more often than usual, and the AC never seems to run long enough no matter the indoor temperature. But the AC also never seems to stay off for long either. 

If you think this quick stop-and-start behavior is a problem, you’re correct. We’ll shed some light on what’s going on, why it’s going on, and how to stop it from going on. 

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Help, My House Is Too Hot and the AC Isn’t Doing Enough!

Tuesday, June 1st, 2021

No problem! It’s dilemmas like this that are the reason we’re in business. We can handle whatever AC repair in Little Rock, AR you need to have your household made cool once more. Our technicians will get to the root of the problem with your AC.

Before you call us for help, let’s take a closer look at why your home’s central air conditioning system is falling down on the job. If the AC is running and you feel cool air from the vents, but the house still feels stuffy and uncomfortable, there are several potential causes. Some you may even be able to correct yourself.

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Repair or Replace? The Great Air Conditioning Question!

Monday, May 17th, 2021

As an air conditioning system moves into the second half of its service life, one crucial question starts to pop up: “Should I have my malfunctioning AC repaired? Or is it more cost-effective to have it replaced with a new air conditioner?” 

No simple answer to this question exists because no two situations with air conditioners are identical. The best way to find the correct answer for your situation is to call our professionals for air conditioning service in Bryant, AR. We always believe in doing the right thing for customers, even when it’s difficult. Your comfort is our #1 priority, and you can trust us to provide you with honest answers to the “repair or replace?” question. 

We can offer you some basic guidelines about repair vs. replace, but please delay making a final decision until after you’ve consulted with our technicians.

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