Mar 01 , 2018
The life expectancy of your HVAC is really dependent on how good you are at performing regularly preventive maintenance and service for your system. It is important to have a qualified technician perform an annual inspection on your HVAC to ensure optimum performance through the seasons.
If you have been diligent about keeping up with routine maintenance, it is possible that your HVAC will last anywhere from 15 to 20 years.
On average, the following equipment has the average life span:
|Air Conditioning units||12-15 years|
|Heat Pumps||16 years|
|Tank-less Water Heaters||20 years|
|Electric or gas water heaters||10 years|
|Thermostats||35 years, but should be replaced sooner to keep up with advancements|
Does your HVAC need a spring check? Give us a call!