When you buy an AC unit, the upfront cost and the lifetime cost are both concerns. The least expensive model may cost you more over its lifetime – in fact, it often does. Conversely, a more expensive unit may save money over the long run. The most energy-efficient AC units cost 20%-50% more to buy than less efficient units, but pay off over three-to-eight years in a climate like ours because of their lower operating costs.
Information from Keep It Cool Air Conditioning & Heating
If you care about keeping your automobile running well, you change the oil every 3,000 miles or so, whether you see a problem or not. It’s regular, necessary maintenance.
Buying a house is a huge investment, fraught with financial landmines. A cracked foundation, leaky roof or out-of-code electrical can cost you tens of thousands of dollars.
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