How Long Should Your New System Last?

The newer high-efficiency equipment on the market today has proven to give you a break on your utility bills, but how long should these systems last? Well of course there are factors to consider such as routine maintenance, the indoor air quality of your home, the climate of the area, and frequency of use. Yes, many older systems or pieces of equipment have lasted 30 years. But, with communicating equipment technology there are more sensitive parts such as electronics and sensors. These sensitive parts are what improve efficiency, reduce energy consumption, and add safety features that give so much value over the life of the equipment.

All the new Rheem systems we install are backed back 10-year manufacturer’s warranty. This warranty proves that Rheem is committed to providing value and reliability with every product they engineer and manufacture. The engineers at Rheem have a proven track record of producing innovative and reliable equipment designs.

The general lifespan of modern equipment is 15-20 years. As we say to all our customers if you let us care for and maintain your system you will increase your chances of getting more life out of that system. If you have any questions or concerns about your HVAC system, don’t hesitate to give us a call today!

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