Don't Let "Cost" Stop You From "Investing" In Your Families Comfort!

Repair Or Replace

The Decision To Repair Your Existing Unit Or Simply Replace It With A Brand New One Is Often A Very Complicated Decision.

It Doesn't Need To Be Anymore!

We're All For Doing Everything We Can To Fix Your Existing HVAC System & Get You Fixed Up And Comfortable Within Your Budget!

That Being Said, Repairing Your Old Unit May Actually Cost More Than A New One And Be Less Efficient!

If You Would Like To Make This Decision Easier We Have Taken The "Cost Factor" Out Of The Equation With Financing Options That Our Customers Love!

Take Advantage Of Our Great Financing Options To Ensure You & Your Family Are Always Comfortable & Enjoy The Benefits Of Low Rates!

ANY Of These "Decision Points" Should Trigger A Call Sun City Heating & Air Company!

A Technician Can Examine Your System And Help Determine Whether The Problem Can Be Easily Corrected Or If You Should Seriously Consider Replacing Your System With A Newer, More Efficient Cooling System.

3 Things To Consider When Deciding To Repair Or Replace!


According To Industry Averages, An Air Conditioning System Should Last At Least 12 To 15 Years, As Long As A Qualified Technician Performs Regular Preventive Maintenance And Service. If Your Current System Is Approaching The 12-Year Mark, It Might Be Wise To Investigate The Benefits Of A New System.


Frequent Repairs On An Aging System Might Indicate It's Time To Replace The System, Especially If The Repairs Are Becoming Progressively More Expensive. The Repairs May Be A Result Of The Age Of Your System Or A System That Is Overworked Because It Is Sized Improperly. A Professional Technician Should Be Able To Tell You Whether Replacing A Part Will Solve A Problem, Or If It Makes More Sense To Replace The Entire System. Keep In Mind, The Money You Save In Repairs Can Help Offset The Cost Of A New System.


Check Your Monthly Energy Bills To See How They Compare To The Same Period Of Time Last Year. A Significant Increase May Indicate A Change In The Operating Efficiency Of Your System. A New, More Efficient System Will Most Likely Result In Savings That Can Be Applied To The Cost Of A New System.