HVAC equipments’ life expectancy is critically dependent on the preventative maintenance and service you perform on your system. It is important you have a qualified technician perform a bi-yearly inspection to ensure proper proformance. Under the assumption that you have kept up with routine maintenance, it is suggested that a system will last anywhere from 15-25 years. For more specific information, check below.
- Furnaces, on average, last 15-25 years
- Air Conditioning Units, on average, last 12-15 years
- Heat Pumps, on average, last 16 years
- Tankless Water Heaters, on average, last at least 20 years, if not more.
- Electric or Gas Water Heaters, on average, last about 10 years.
- Thermostats can last up to 35 years, but are typically replaced much sooner due to technological advancements.