Do you still have second thoughts about purchasing a new HVAC system? Or maybe you’re debating whether buying a new one will be more cost-effective than keeping your current HVAC system. We are all aware of how challenging it can be to choose the ideal time to upgrade your system.
Since HVAC systems account for a significant portion of a family’s overall energy consumption, purchasing a new HVAC system is a significant financial commitment. Although buying a new one can be expensive up front, there are many reasons why getting rid of your outdated HVAC system can actually end up saving you more money in the long run. But worry not: Breeze Lease is here to tell you how you’ll save money with a new HVAC system, and leasing options that are available that can help!
HVAC systems lose energy efficiency as they age. New HVAC systems in use today are built to use less energy.
Look for HVAC systems with the Energy Star label and a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating (SEER) when looking to replace your current HVAC system. More energy-efficient products have higher ratings. Your annual energy bill can be significantly decreased thanks to these units’ 20% energy consumption reduction.
Even if you give your HVAC the proper care and upkeep to extend its lifespan, it will eventually break down. HVAC systems can deteriorate over time, just like many other home appliances. Additionally, as the system ages, its parts begin to fail, making it vulnerable to numerous HVAC repairs. If your electricity and HVAC repair costs have been higher than normal, replacing the unit with a newer model can save you both utility and maintenance costs, making it a good reason to replace your HVAC system with a new one.
When purchasing a new HVAC system, the majority of manufacturers provide rebates and incentives. These discounts and incentives are based on the equipment’s SEER rating. Despite the fact that you must meet certain requirements to receive these incentives, a more energy-efficient HVAC system will ultimately cost you less money. Look into incentives put on by both your state and by sellers, and make the purchase even cheaper than you previously expected.
A smart thermostat should be included with a new HVAC system. This can save energy in addition to increasing convenience. It can be programmed to automatically control the temperature of your choice in your home at all times of the day using a remote control. In comparison to older manual thermostats, modern ones are more accurate and reliable and can help lower energy bills.
If you want to purchase or replace your HVAC system, consider Breeze Lease Purchase‘s HVAC leasing options. We were established to assist homeowners who may be unable to obtain a new HVAC system due to poor or no credit—so you can apply for our lease program irrespective of your credit score. To learn more, contact us online or call (855) 330-3959.