The Best Choice to Retrofit Residential Heating and Cooling Systems in Sisters, Oregon
How do you know when it is time to retrofit your heating and cooling equipment?
Consider this analogy. When the cost of repairing your car exceeds the cost of purchasing another car, the best course of action is to purchase another car. Similarly, if you have heating and cooling equipment that requires expensive repairs to remain operational, it is a good time to retrofit your heating and cooling equipment. A retrofit is most often necessary if you have bought an older home.
On the other hand, let’s say that you live in a home that was constructed for you with the best heating and cooling equipment that was available at the time. Why would you need to retrofit?
First, no matter how good your existing equipment is, technology continues to improve. High-efficiency heating and cooling equipment will pay for themselves by reducing your energy costs. With the rebates and tax credits provided by the state government as well as non-profit organizations, it has never been easier to make the switch to the best heating and cooling equipment available.
Second, your needs may change over time. For example, if you have an expanding family, you may notice that your family members may have different preferences when it comes to temperature. Purchasing a zoning system allows you to set different temperatures for different areas of your home. You may also need to heat previously unoccupied spaces, such as a newly finished basement.
Since 1988, Ponderosa Heating & Cooling has been committed to your complete comfort and satisfaction. We know that the decision to replace your existing heating and cooling equipment is a major one, and that is why we want to make it as easy as possible. Our professional team will conduct a comprehensive analysis of your current heating and cooling equipment at no cost to you. We will explain your options to you, so that you will make an informed decision whether to remain with your current system or purchase a new one.