Continue reading below to learn some big signs it’s
time to replace your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system versus repairing it.
Your HVAC System Is More Than 10 Years Old
The average lifespan of an HVAC unit ranges between 10 and 20 years, depending on several factors. If your system is older than ten years, it may seem like it’s working. In reality,
it has probably become much less efficient and may be costing you a lot of extra money.
Many of the newer HVAC units are much more efficient. Some units have such a high-efficiency rating they can end up paying for themselves over time.
As systems become older, they start to wear down. The more an HVAC system runs, the faster it ages. After a certain point, replacement becomes the more cost-effective option because
you’ll save considerably on repairs, maintenance, and energy bills.