Repair Or Replace?
When you’re faced with the choice between replacing or repairing part or all of your heating and cooling system, you can count on High Mark Heating & Cooling to help you find a solution that’s affordable, keeps your family comfortable and makes sense in the long-term.
Every situation is unique, we will give you advice based on an inspection, identifying maintenance needs and costs, and discussing your individual heating, cooling and air quality priorities. All of our systems, accessories and products are manufactured and installed with a dedication to quality and reliability. Whether you choose to make repairs or replace your system, expect to receive whole-home comfort. In general, here are some issues to keep in mind when deciding whether to repair your current equipment or upgrade to a new system:
Cost & Convenience
If repairs are less than a third of the replacement cost and your system is less than 10 years old, it may have many productive years ahead. And even 25-year-old equipment can still keep your home comfortable with proper maintenance and attention.
Of course, an older system is more likely to require repair going forward, so factor in the potential costs and inconvenience of keeping up an aging system. (And check your warranty terms and expiration, too!)
Efficiency & Long-Term Savings
The heating efficiency of a furnace is measured by its Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE), which calculates the percentage of energy actually used to heat your home. Newer furnaces have an AFUE of 80% or more, and Bryant offers models up to 98.3%. If your current system has an AFUE of less than 80%, you could save considerably on.
Indoor Air Quality
We offer a simple, 30-minute analysis of the air in your home to discover any indoor air quality issues. The analysis will provide a full report on the air in your home along with a proposal of Bryant products to treat any potential problems. When you understand the indoor air quality implications of your heating and cooling system, you can replace or upgrade your system in ways that help you breathe a little easier.
Factory Authorized Parts
Factory Authorized Parts have been designed and built specifically for your Bryant equipment. These parts are the perfect fit, restoring your equipment to its original performance.
It takes Factory Authorized Parts to:
• Preserve the original manufacturer’s warranty.
• Preserve the original efficiency of the system.
• Preserve engineered sound requirements (for applicable components such as motors).
• Meet rigorous factory run life design specifications.
The Bottom Line