• What is HVAC?
      HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning – a system that regulates heating, cooling, humidity, quality of air, and the overall temperature inside a house or any other building.
    • Should I repair my HVAC system or replace it entirely?
      HVAC contractors receive this question more often than you would think. The decision depends on the state of your HVAC system’s performance. An expert from Delmarva Aire, Inc. can inspect your HVAC system and recommend suitable steps.
    • Does my HVAC System need maintenance?
      Every HVAC system needs to be checked at least once a year. So yes, your system needs maintenance, especially if it is older than 10 years.
    • What is the common life expectancy of an HVAC system?
      While every heating and cooling system is subject to varying factors like usage, brand, maintenance, and others, most HVAC systems last somewhere around 10-15 years with gas furnaces lasting 15+ years.
    • When does the HVAC system need to be replaced?
      Although the average lifespan for an HVAC system is 10-15 years, you need to get it evaluated by an expert to determine whether your particular system needs to be replaced. This is an important step if your HVAC system is older than 10 years.
    • When should I get my HVAC system checked?
      According to most manufacturers and HVAC experts, inspection, and maintenance at least once every year is essential to uphold the HVAC system’s efficiency. However, for better maintenance, it is suggested that you get your HVAC system checked once in the fall and once in the spring.