Climate Control will diagnose and repair your AC or heating unit. If your Air Conditioning or Furnace isn't running properly, have one of Climate Control's trusted technicians diagnose your HVAC Unit. The good news is that many repairs are covered under manufacturer warranties if the HVAC units age falls within the units warranty period.
The bad news is we often find that the HVAC system wasn't installed properly. This causes unnecessary repairs and will shorten the life expectancy of the most quality Air Conditioning and Heating unit. This is why it is important to have your HVAC unit worked on by an experienced contractor. We have been working on Air Conditioning and Heating units since 1991.
Our Technicians are fully qualified to diagnose all systems and are available 24/7. We take our reputation seriously and offer a Customer Service Satisfaction Guarantee. Call anytime to have prompt, professional service at your door.
Our Technicians are fully qualified to diagnose all systems. We take our reputation seriously and offer a Customer Service Satisfaction Guarantee. Call anytime to have prompt, professional service at your door.
How Long Should Your HVAC Unit Last?
Unfortunately, HVAC units only have a certain useful life. There are many reasons why you might want to replace your unit instead of repairing it. With older units, the cost benefit of repairs, utility costs, and bad performance might mean it's time to purchase a new unit. Within the HVAC industry, there are improvements that will increase your overall comfort and could save you money in the long term with utility costs.
Average Useful Life Expectancy of HVAC Units:
Air Conditioner 13-15 years
Heat Pump 12-14 years
Gas Furnace 16-18 years
Air Handler 15-17 years
Packaged Rooftop 14-16 years
Ductless Systems 12-16 years
Although these are the averages, homeowners can experience an additional 4-6 years with proper installation and regular maintenance.
If you need an honest opinion on the condition of your Heating and Air Conditioning unit, we can help you make an informed decision.
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912 W. Sunset Blvd., St. George, UT 84770, firstname.lastname@example.org