What is involved in replacing an old system?

Before deciding to buy a new system, let Frank Weglarz and Action Air HVAC Construction Inc. (http://frankweglarzhvac.blogspot.com) inspect several items to determine whether certain items need to be replaced and the cost effectiveness of replacing these items offsets the cost of a new unit.

For example, ductwork, insulation, wiring, electrical service, thermostat, filters, drain pans and evaporator coils are just a few of the parts that a qualified service repairman will need to check. If several parts of an old unit need replacing or will wear out within a short amount of time, homeowners may be better off replacing the entire unit for a more cost efficient one. See some project photos at https://www.flickr.com/photos/132717592@N06/.

Frank Weglarz (http://mashable.com/people/frankweglarz/) and Action Air HVAC Construction Inc. can give you a cost comparison so the consumer can make an informed decision.
What is involved in replacing an old system?

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About Frank Weglarz:

Frank and his wife Jessica are the owners of Action Air HVAC Construction Inc. Frank is a 3rd Generation Sheet Metal worker. In 1980 Frank's father Frank started Weglarz Mechanical Inc. After 8 years working in Sales in Commercial Insurance, Frank decided it was time to go into the family business.

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