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  • Writer's pictureJesse Gonzalez

When Should I Replace My HVAC Unit?


(Jesse our Technician working on a project)


The life expectancy of an HVAC unit generally ranges from 10-15 years, depending on the age and condition of your system. If your system is older than this range, it may be time to consider replacing your HVAC unit. Additionally, if your current system is not efficiently cooling or heating your home, replacement may be necessary as well.


Other factors that could indicate the need for a new HVAC unit include visible rust or corrosion, unusual noises coming from the unit when running, high energy bills due to poor efficiency, and insufficient air flow in certain areas of the house. It’s also important to keep up with regular maintenance in order to extend the life and effectiveness of your current HVAC system, as well as spot any problems early on.


Ultimately, it’s important to assess the condition of your current system regularly in order to determine whether replacement is necessary. If you can’t pinpoint the source of an issue or find a solution that works for you, contact a professional HVAC technician to inspect the unit and provide an opinion. They have the expertise and knowledge needed to accurately determine when it’s time to replace your HVAC system.




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