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Factors That Determine the Life Span of an HVAC System



THE FOLLOWING THREE FACTORS ARE MAINLY CONCERN ABOUT LIFE SPAN OF AN HVAC SYSTEM




1. Maintenance History

Preventative maintenance is one of the best ways to extend the life of any HVAC system. But if you aren’t familiar with the history of your unit, you won’t be able to fully anticipate how long it’s going to last. A 20-year life span is usually achievable under the watchful eye of a commercial HVAC service—but if you can’t remember the last time your heating and cooling was assessed, the odds are high that you can anticipate a life span closer to 15 years.


2. Size


Heating and cooling technology advances exponentially year over year. That means that newer units can more effectively maintain temperatures in your building without sacrificing space. If a commercial HVAC service determines that your system is too large—or small—for your space, consider swapping it out for a newer model. This is especially true if your unit is already nearing the end of its estimated serviceable years.


3. Age

Older HVAC systems aren’t as energy-efficient as their newer counterparts, which means that they will have to work harder—and use up even more energy—to regulate temperatures. That extra effort can contribute to serious wear and tear over time. Reach out to a commercial HVAC service to inspect your heating and cooling system.

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