By Rush Heating and Cooling, Inc
02/13/2015 While the life expectancy of a new air conditioning system can vary a
good deal from one brand and model to another, most new systems being
installed these days can be expected to last from 10 to 15 years.
However, this will still depend on how much you use your system and how
well you keep it maintained over the years. In fact, some air
conditioners that receive proper maintenance can even exceed their
projected lifespan by several years.
About This Author
Rush Heating and Cooling, Inc
Rush Heating & Cooling has been owned and operated in Greenwood, SC for over 60 years.
Paul Rush Jr. had the desire to work hard to support his family and to
make a living providing comfort solutions to Greenwood residents.
This tradition of providing quality service and products was passed …
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