The life expectancy of a heat pump depends on several factors, such as the type of heat pump, your location, and how well the heat pump is maintained. Heat pumps normally last an average of 15 years, though some can wear out after a decade. Some of the newer units being manufactured today can last a bit longer.
The filter of the unit, especially if it's an HVAC unit that will tend to get nearly year-round use, should be changed by the homeowner at least every three months, but possibly more often. Check your filter's condition and change it once a month if: You run your unit six months a year to year-round. You have pets.
By conducting proper maintenance on an HVAC system, the equipment can save on energy consumption. In addition to reduced utility bills, HVAC system's users save money on repairs. A well maintained HVAC system functions efficiently. By maintaining HVAC systems, home owners enjoy high-quality indoor air.
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