An annual tune up visit to perform regular maintenance is a great way to prevent unexpected breakdowns. BNC Heating and Cooling has licensed and insured technicians to provide service throughout Rogers, MN and surrounding metro areas. Our licensed and insured technicians will inspect your AC unit, check for low refrigerant levels, and test for leaks. If you suspect that your AC is low on cooling refrigerant or has a leak, please contact us for a routine inspection. We offer same day service to ensure your Air Conditioning is ready for the warm weather.
If your air conditioning system breaks down when you need it most, contact BNC Heating and Cooling right away. We offer AC repairs in and around Rogers, MN and surrounding metro areas. Our licensed and insured technicians are available on call with fully stocked service vehicles to repair your system quickly. We do our best to minimize any stress or discomfort by being available 24 hours a day year-round.
Keep in mind too, refrigeration known as R-22 is in the process of being phased out from HVAC systems, due to new EPA regulations. Our Air Conditioning repair technicians can determine if your air conditioner utilizes the R-22 refrigerant and advise you about the process to replace it. Whatever the case may be, all of these problems require the attention of a professional BNC Heating and Cooling technician.
There are a number of reasons it may be time to replace your air conditioning system. BNC Heating and Cooling can help you select the right system for your needs and install it. We provide free estimates for new systems so you have one less cost to worry about when the time for a new system comes.
1. The system is more than 15 years old.
If your air conditioner is more than 15 years old, you should consider replacing it. According to research by EnergyStar, newer, more energy-efficient units can save up to 20 percent on heating and cooling costs. How’s that for incentive?
2. The cost of repairs is more than half the price of a new unit.
Air conditioning units that are not working adequately will fail to evenly cool a house or even a room. Sometimes it’s just a relatively minor or inexpensive repair to get the unit running properly again. Other times, the cost of repairing a worn out system can be as much as the price of a new unit, in which case it makes sense to upgrade to a new air conditioner.
3. Your home is too humid.
A properly-functioning air conditioning system works to reduce humidity in your home during the summer. If you notice excess moisture in your house, it’s probably due to poor performance, leaky ductwork and/or insufficient equipment, which means it may be time to replace your old unit.
4. You notice excess dust.
If your air ducts are leaking, dust and debris from dirty places in your home (such as your attic and basement) could be circulating through your house, reducing air quality and making your family members feel sick.