Replace An AC While Remodeling

Living in an old home is nice. They tend to have a sturdy construction that newer buildings just don’t seem to have. The problem with older buildings is that, although the structure of the building is stronger, all of the other parts tend to wear out. Electrical wiring wears out and can become a fire hazard. Pipes can rust and begin to leak, which leads to all sorts of other problems. Major appliances such as the water heaters and stoves wear out over time and need to be repaired, at least, if not replaced entirely. When an older home begins to come apart it might be time for it to get remodeled.

A home remodel really depends on the needs of the building. Sometimes they are very in-depth. Many older homes need to be torn almost all the way down to the frame. That allows for the things in the walls, such as wires, pipes, and insulation to come out and be replaced. At times, a remodel is mostly cosmetic and revolves around replacing things such as countertops, sinks and fixtures, and paint on the walls.

No matter how in-depth it is, one thing that should be considered in every remodeling project is the air conditioner. Chances are that if a house is getting an upgrade the AC could use an upgrade as well. It is at least a good idea to have us come take a look at the existing unit, if there is one, to s determine if it will continue to do the job it is meant to or needs to be replaced.

At J & J Air Conditioning and Heating, we have been serving Eastland Texas for nearly thirty years. We have the knowledge and experience cover any air conditioner installation. Call us at (254)-629-2251 to set up an appointment today!