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How Long Does an Air Conditioning Unit Last?

Whether you're upgrading air conditioning systems or are looking to move into a home that has an existing HVAC system installed, you likely want to know what the lifespan of the unit is. This way, you can financially prepare for when you'll need to spend money to replace the unit. In today's short article, we're going to look at the lifespan of a typical air conditioning unit and what you can do to extend that to your benefit.

Typical Air Conditioning Unit Lifespan

4 Signs You Need A New AC Unit

Summer is here and you wouldn’t want to get caught up in the heat when at your home. A little warmth won’t be a problem while waiting for your tan lines to take shape, but feeling hot at home is surely inconvenient and something you’d rather do without. This is why it’s important to make sure that it isn’t just your body that’s in good shape this season, but also your air conditioner.

Cooling 101: What You Need to Know About Parts and Terms

How much do you know about your central air conditioning system? If you are like many homeowners, you know what an air conditioner does, just not how it performs. For example, most residential central air conditioners are considered split systems because they have an outdoor component with a condenser and compressor, and an indoor component such as a furnace that distributes the cool air throughout your home.

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