For professional air conditioning replacement, trust the team with more than 35 years of experience.
It is tough to imagine living without the modern conveniences we have all come to rely on and love. One of these conveniences is the HVAC system that keeps heated and cooled air flowing throughout your living space. As the seasons change, you need a functional system that maintains a comfortable indoor atmosphere and removes excess humidity from the air. However, air conditioning systems do not last forever. In fact, most manufacturers recommend replacing your cooling system every 10-15 years, and systems typically only last that long when they are properly and regularly maintained.
When the time is near for air conditioning replacement, your system may give off a few warning signs. An AC that is on its last legs will often make a lot of strange or loud noises when it runs. Your system may run for longer periods of time or cycle on and off frequently, which is known as short cycling. A telltale sign of air conditioning problems is warm air moving through your vents. You could also notice that the humidity levels are going up in your living space or it is dustier than normal.
At Nottawasaga Mechanical, we provide air conditioning replacement services for clients throughout the South Georgian Bay, Ontario area. When your system has reached the end of its functional lifespan, we can perform an air conditioning replacement with a unit that is more efficient than your outgoing model. As a result, you can enjoy lower energy bills and improved cooling throughout the space. For professional air conditioning replacement, trust the team with more than 35 years of experience.
At Nottawasaga Mechanical, we offer air conditioning replacement services throughout South Georgian Bay, Ontario, including Wasaga Beach, Tiny, Elmvale, Midland, Orillia, Penetanguishene, Collingwood, Nottawa, Singhampton, Barrie, Creemore, Clearview, Mulmur, New Lowell, Stayner, The Blue Mountains, Ravenna, Clarksburg, Thornbury, Meaford, and surrounding areas.