When my air conditioner started acting odd, I immediately called on a nearby HVAC contractor for repairs. The air conditioner was dripping some water, making a loud screeching sound whenever it started up, and not providing a good amount of cool air. Since the air conditioner was just ten years old, I hoped that it becomes cost-effective to have it serviced. The HVAC contractor spent about an hour and a half working on the cooling system, did have everything working properly, and handed me a reasonably bill. Within two times, of the cooling system starting to make odd noises and failing to keep my house comfortable. I called the exact same HVAC contractor back, scheduled a further appointment, and this time, the technician spent two hours on the repair. He finally told me that the replacement parts and labor to finish the repairs would cost a large amount we would be better off buying a new cooling system. He recommended to upgrade to a whole innovative air conditioner. I contacted a different HVAC company to get a second opinion, and the second contractor told me the very same thing. Because I had possibly hadn’t been conscientious about the seasonal protection, the air conditioner had worn out far prior than expected. Since I refuse to travel without air conditioning, I had no choice but to change my existing system. The whole process was super aggravating in addition to expensive, and I plan to take the far better care of my own air conditioner. I have now enrolled in a maintenance program which includes a thorough cleaning and tuning every year.