How old is your HVAC equipment?

MULTI V IV HEAT PUMPThe average life span for your HVAC system is around 12-15 years, the key to a long life is having routine maintenance done by a professional. If you have been dedicated to your maintenance and servicing, you could have a system that will last around 15-20 years. Did you know that a system near the end of its life will not run efficiently or as effectively as it should? This could lead to an uncomfortable office or home, and a less satisfactory air quality.

Not sure if you should replace your equipment yet?

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Have you been doing the “quick fix” on your struggling system? If an older system breaks down once, it will more than likely happen again, and soon. Doing what is quick and less costly, could be more costly in the long run. A failing system can actually cause damage to your home or other HVAC components. So if you are feeling frustrated doing constant repairs, it might be time to replace.

What are your operating cost looking like? If they’ve been going up, it could be your failing system. If you have a furnaces built before 1980 and even heat pumps and AC’s from six-years-ago they are actually considered to be inefficient by today’s energy standards. As a system ages, costs rise and will continue to become more costly until they are no longer functioning.

Did you recently repair one component of your system? Repairing one aspects of your system will not be a problem solver. Your cooling and heating system components all work together, so even with a new furnace or AC, leaving behind the thermostat will not allow you to truly experience the advantages of an improved furnace or AC. The HVAC system is just that, a system and every aspect must be at 100 percent.

If you are questioning your quick fixes, spending or the overall success of your HVAC system it might be time to replace your old, faulty equipment with a new and improved system. It can be a daunting task to decide on the right HVAC equipment for your home or business, and if you’ve been looking into new heating and cooling supply options, then you know there is a lot to choose from! When the time comes to upgrade, know that you can trust the MHI Service team to show you the different options and help you create an HVAC design fit for your needs.

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Equipment we can recommend, install and maintain:

  • Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Water Heaters
  • Package Units
  • VAV System
  • Air Handlers
  • Rooftop units
  • Mini Ductless Split Systems
  • Through the Wall units
  • Water Source Heat pumps
  • Geothermal units
  • Humidifiers
  • Chillers
  • Boilers
  • Space Unit heaters
  • Evaporative Coolers

You don’t want to work, live or have your employees working in a hot, cold or dusty environment, but with your current system you might be. Give our team a call today! We will send our professionals out to show you what we can do for your home or business. From general maintenance to a system upgrade, we can handle it.