When analyzing the return on investment on a new heating and air conditioning system, consider the following:
Price is important. It’s equally important to assess how much your system is going to cost to operate and maintain every year.
Higher efficiency systems require less energy, which equates to lower utility costs and reduced maintenance expenses.
With a new system, you will get better warranties.
With a new high-efficent, you can earn upwards of a 15% return on your tax-free investment.
Air conditioning system typically represents 60% to 70% of a household’s total utility bill in summer months and winter months if you have a heat pump. If your system isn’t energy efficient, you may be paying dearly for it energy costs.