- Your Utility Bills
Do you dread opening your utility bills every month during the summer? Even for a moderately large family home, your monthly utility bills should not exceed $300. Homeowners who are facing bills as high as $600 a month should consider that the halving of their utility bills could go a long way towards balancing out the costs of a new Lennox installation in as little as two years.
- Your Homes Temperature
When you walk into your north facing bedroom at the end of a summers day do you feel like you are walking into a sauna compared to the temperature in the rest of your home? Using a small digital thermometer measure the temperature in the various rooms in your home. If there is more than a 5 degree difference in temperature then you should really try to investigate the reasons for it. Perhaps your homes windows are not sealed properly? Or perhaps your old and outdated air conditioning system is not able to effectively cool all of the rooms in your home. Consider how much less efficient your system will be if there is a temperature difference in the part of your home where your thermostat is housed. This could result in your air conditioner cycling on entirely too often to be efficient.
- Repairs, Repairs, Repairs
It is a terribly frustrating feeling to walk into your home after a long hot day at work and feel like you have walked into a brick wall of heat and humidity when you open your front door. It is a well-known fact that older air conditioning systems require frequent repairs perhaps as often as every three months during the warmer months of the year. These repairs can be costly and can quickly add up to an incredibly large amount spent on repairing an old and inefficient system. Along with your Lennox installation you will receive a warranty that will cover any problems that you may run into within the first few use of usage.
An interesting fact of note is that air conditioning systems that are currently available on the market are as much as sixty percent more efficient than systems that were on the market as little as three years ago. Think about the age of your system. Think about how much more you could see in the way of efficiency and potential money savings.
Once you have decided on a Lennox installation you should careful consider the way that you want to pay for your system. Do you want to pay cash for it now? Do you need financing on the new system? Be sure that you discuss all available options with your Lennox representative in order to ensure that you get the best deal to match your available budget.