3 Step AC Checklist for New Homeowners

When you buy a new home, you probably think of doing the obvious things first: unpacking your things, setting up utilities, and resting your feet after a job well done. What you may not realize is that checking your AC should be one of the first things you do as new homeowners. After all, it’s your cooling system that’s going to keep you comfortable during summertime in Lake Geneva!  The technicians from recommend running through the following new home AC checklist:  1. Check How Old the AC Is Air conditioners don’t last forever, although we’d love it if they did. Most ACs have around 10–15 years of life in them before they need to be replaced. You should check the age of your new home’s AC so you can estimate how much time you have left before you’ll need to buy a new one. Plus, an AC near the end of its life can breakdown suddenly, leaving you stranded in hot weather! 2. Find out the Unit’s SEER Rating Your AC’s SEER rating tells you how energy efficient the unit is. Energy efficiency measures how much electricity your AC consumes to keep your home at the desired temperature. Inefficient units...

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