I like to get every last bit of value from anything I spend my money on.
So if that means that I use nearly 30 year old HVAC equipment, then so be it.
I mean I’m not into actually showing off HVAC equipment. All I’m really interested in is quality heating and air. So while I had that, I didn’t care how old the HVAC unit was. That said, I knew that it wasn’t going to last forever. There would be a time where the HVAC technician would tell me to prepare of it would simply breakdown never to run again. Fortunately for me, the latter did not take place and I was actually able to plan for the replacement of my HVAC unit. And the HVAC serviceman was indeed involved in giving me a heads up as to how long the HVAC unit would last. I took him at his word as these HVAC professionals know their stuff and we’re lucky to get their expert advice. So I called the HVAC company to make an appointment with the HVAC contractor. This guy actually came out to my house in order to give the entire HVAC system the once over. He concurred with the HVAC technician that time was of the essence. Fortunately, the ductwork passed inspection and would fit with the new heating and cooling equipment. From there, it was simply choosing a model that would fit my HVAC needs and they took care of the rest. It wasn’t but a few weeks later that we had an installation date. Now that I have the new HVAC unit, I have to say that I’m amazed by how far HVAC technology has come in all these years.