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If you’ve had some heating and cooling problems and HVAC prices for something new are a concern… you might be wondering if you can save a few dollars by replacing the outdoor unit on your older HVAC system without replacing what is indoors.
In a word… No.
Why? Because replacing only the outdoor unit by itself will lower the efficiency of the unit. In fact, you can lose up to 15% of the unit’s efficiency!
Even worse, your system may fail sooner than normal and most manufacturers’ warranties will be voided. In our expert opinion, we believe you should always replace the indoor cooling coil when your replace the outdoor unit.
Regardless of whether or not you live in Washington, Missouri or need service in or around the outskirts of St. Louis including towns like Union, Eureka, Hermann, Sullivan, St. Clair, Pacific and others in between, we hope these insights and expert advice will serve you well.