DCS HVAC Repair & Install — FAQ
What Does HVAC Mean?
HVAC is an acronym that stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. These are the different systems within your heating or air conditioning unit that control your home or business' environmental comfort and indoor air quality. Our professional technicians can easily service all of these systems for you via repair, maintenance, or replacement.
Should I Repair or Replace My Air Conditioner?
That depends on the age and condition of your unit. A system more than 15 years old or severely damaged would certainly need replacement. However, for a newer system with only minor issues, repairs are often more affordable. The best way to know is to allow our HVAC professionals to inspect your system and give you their recommendation.
How Much Does It Cost to Replace an A/C Unit?
There are so many factors determining A/C replacement cost that the number can be anywhere between $500 and $10,400, with the latter being for high-end, bigger models. Those factors include the type and size of unit you select, the rates for the installer you choose, and whether you order additional services like ductwork. Ask for an estimate if you think you need to replace your unit.
Who Do I Call for Furnace Repair?
Licensed HVAC companies typically have furnace repair technicians on staff. When your furnace is having issues, we highly recommend a contractor who is bonded and insured. Fortunately, we've got you covered. We are experienced, licensed, and have excellent reviews.
How Many Years Does an Air Conditioner Last?
The average lifespan of an air conditioning unit is 15-20 years. However, this number can change depending on a variety of factors. These include the brand and quality of air conditioner, how well the unit was installed, how often it was used, and how well it was maintained over the years.