What to Expect from Your HVAC

You may not think about it on an everyday basis, but the life expectancy of your heating and air conditioning unit is an important piece of information
to be aware of. As something that keeps you and your family comfortable in your home, it is vital to know how long it will last and ways you can elongate
its lifespan.

As a certified Trane dealer, Coastal Home Services knows exactly what needs to be done to properly preserve your HVAC. The life expectancy depends on many

-Quality of installation. First off, be sure you are putting your trust in a company that is qualified and experienced. Coastal Home Services has
been located in the heart of Morehead City for many years, so we know what is needed to install and maintain an efficient HVAC system in your coastal

-Quality of air. As we’ve mentioned in previous blog posts, there are many factors that can affect air quality, including humidity, pets, plants,
and more. In order to lengthen the life of your HVAC system, be sure to take the necessary steps to increase air quality inside your home.

-Climate. Outdoor climate, additionally, can affect your unit, as well. Although our units are built to withstand tough conditions, wear and tear
from weather, temperature, and other natural factors can decrease your unit’s lifespan.

-Frequency of maintenance. We cannot preach enough about the importance of getting your HVAC system regularly maintained. Similar to a check-up
at your doctor’s office, getting a technician to come in and take a look at how things are running can save you problems in the long run and give you
peace of mind that everything is working properly.

Although we cannot give you an exact number for how long your HVAC will last, we can give you ways to prolong its lifespan. The list above highlights a
few things you can do, like hiring a top-notch installer, improving your indoor air quality, protecting your unit from the elements, and conducting
regular maintenance.

If you’re curious if your unit is running properly or need a new one altogether, give Coastal Home Services a call at 252-222-0026. We are located in Morehead
City, but provide services to residents throughout eastern North Carolina in Beaufort, Atlantic Beach, Emerald Isle, Cedar Point, Swansboro, Newport,
Havelock and more! We will look forward to hearing from you, and hope you stay cool this week!

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