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How long does an air-source heat pump typically last? (when installed and maintained properly)

5-10 years
6%
10-15 years
41%
15-20 years
31%
20-25 years
10%
25+ years
10%
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Question: How long does an air-source heat pump typically last? (when installed and maintained properly)
Top Answer (41% of 29 votes): 10-15 years.

Answer: 10-15 years
Explanation: There are alot of different factors that go into this especially where you live...as the elements play a huge role in the life span of this equipment. But in my professional opinion here in Florida, near the beach, the average would be 10-15 years.
Affordable AC of SWFL, Inc
Answer: 10-15 years
Explanation: This is because the manufacture builds them this way.
Kair
Answer: 15-20 years
Explanation: If they are taken care of they will last15-20 years or longer.
Arizona's Best Heating & AC, Inc.
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Answer: 10-15 years
Explanation: Life expectancy of an air to air heat pump is 12-15 years.
Dr Heat & Cool Comfort Experts
Answer: 10-15 years
Explanation: ASHRE says that typically its 15 years. We recently replace an working air conditioning system that was installed in 1957 and still with most of its original components! The reality is by the time it is 15 years old, it is cost effective to replace it with a more efficient unit anyway, and before you have to start making major repairs to old equipment
123HVAC of Long Island
Answer: 15-20 years
Explanation: 15
H.O. Electric
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