My HVAC system is eight years old and it’s kept my home heated and cooled through the toughest of weather conditions.
The HVAC system was installed when the previous owners lived here and it was relatively new when I moved in.
I wasn’t sure what the previous owners did to take care of the HVAC equipment while it was in their possession, but it seemed like they did a good job at maintaining it. The air has always been really pure, there’s no noises while it’s running, and my house is heated and cooled with ease. Since the equipment was still so young when I moved in, I knew that I wanted to try my best to take care of it properly. If I wanted my HVAC system to last for several years, I needed to be responsible for caring for it. New HVAC systems are always expensive, so I didn’t want to spend thousands of dollars on a new HVAC system any earlier than I had to. In my mind, if I could take care of this HVAC system well over the years, then the HVAC equipment would run longer and the repairs would be few and far between. So far, this has proven to be effective. I have my HVAC system serviced twice per year by an HVAC company that I love and trust and I’ve only had to have something repaired or replaced twice. Both of those repairs were simple and inexpensive, so I felt good about my HVAC system’s lifespan.