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Sep 16 2015

How Long Do HVAC Systems Typically Last?

An HVAC maintenance agreement can make a huge difference.

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Purchasing an HVAC maintenance agreement from your heating and cooling company is the best way to maximize what you’ll get out of your furnace and air conditioner. If you want to ensure your HVAC system runs efficiently and avoid costly repairs, a maintenance agreement is the way to go. But even with routine inspections and maintenance tasks, furnaces and air conditioners will only last so long. Have you ever wondered just how long HVAC systems typically last?

No matter how good your HVAC service company is, you can expect your HVAC equipment to last about 12 to 15 years. And this is usually only achieved with a yearly inspection and maintenance appointment from a trained and experienced HVAC maintenance technician. If you don’t get your equipment serviced annually, the life expectance is less.

How does an HVAC maintenance agreement make a difference for your heating and cooling system?

A yearly inspection will reveal any emerging problems so that they can be fixed before they cause a complete breakdown. It is also your opportunity to ensure that moving parts are lubricated, fasteners are tightened, and belts are still in good working order. These little steps can add up to big savings on repair bills for years.

If your HVAC system is more than a couple of years old and it’s never been checked over by a professional, now is the time. Make sure your furnace is in good working order before the cold weather sets in, and you can enjoy the peace of mind in knowing your home will be warm and cozy all winter.

Click here to get more information from our friendly experts at Comfort Services about an HVAC maintenance agreement for your Columbia, South Carolina home.

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