Home heating and cooling systems are a significant investment, which is why it makes sense to try to get the most out of them. On average, an HVAC unit can last between 10 and 25 years. Even with regular upkeep, however, there will come a time when a high-quality furnace, heat pump, boiler or air conditioner will break down and require replacement.
In this blog, heating and AC replacement contractor Cool Zone Air Conditioning & Heating discusses the typical lifespans of various HVAC systems. We also touch on the factors that affect their service life, as well as tips to ensure their long-term efficiency and performance.
The service life of HVAC systems depends on the type. Here’s a closer look at each one:
The longevity and performance of your home HVAC system depends on several factors, including the following:
In addition to scheduling twice-a-year tune-ups or annual maintenance, there are other things you can do to get the most life out of your HVAC system. Here are some of them:
Cool Zone Air Conditioning & Heating offers nothing but the best HVAC products and services in the local area. From maintenance contracts and new installations to repairs and indoor air quality inspections, our NATE- and EPA-certified technicians are ready to ensure your heating and cooling system provides consistent comfort while helping you save on energy bills.
Call (623) 322-0933 or fill out our contact form to request a quote or schedule a service appointment.