Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning Blog : Posts Tagged ‘AC Replacement’

When Do I Replace My Air Conditioner?

Monday, July 2nd, 2018

old-acWell, gee, you may be thinking,  if my quizzes in school were this simple, I’d have been a straight-A student! I’ll replace it when breaks down,  of course! Well, if that’s the answer that you’d give us, then we’d flunk you right out of our classroom! Okay, so we’d probably just politely explain to you why that is not the proper course of action, but you get the point. We understand the inclination, but you definitely shouldn’t wait for a complete breakdown before replacing your AC.

When you need to have your AC replaced (or any other HVAC service in Colorado Springs, CO), we are definitely the company to call. And we know that you want to get the best span of service possible from your AC, but we are going to help you to understand how to do so without putting yourself in an uncomfortable situation. Replacing a bit early is far preferable to waiting around for a replacement in sweltering heat! 

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How Long Does a Central Air Conditioner Last?

Monday, June 19th, 2017

question-mark-blueWe always do our best to repair an air conditioning system before we would ever recommend a replacement. We often fix the air conditioners that other companies condemn! Still, any air conditioning system will need replacement. And oftentimes, homeowners are surprised to hear about it when it happens to them.

So how long will your air conditioner last? That depends. Many estimates say an air conditioner should last 10-15 years, but there are factors that can get in the way of that. Treating your air conditioner properly can help it to last for longer. We want to help you get the most of your AC system. Check out some of the reasons central air conditioners don’t last so long below, and learn how to keep your investment for longer.

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Is My Air Conditioner Failing Already?

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Problems with an air conditioner can send you into a frenzy, especially if you’ve only recently had it installed. A newer air conditioning system is supposed to run more efficiently and operate more smoothly than your older one. But in only a few short years, months, weeks, or even days, you’ve started to notice a problem.

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