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As the owner of an HVAC system, you can appreciate the importance of keeping it running strong. The heating and cooling it provides for your home is a necessity for comfort and safety. The last thing you want is to wake up on a hot summer day and find your AC is broken, or get stuck in a blizzard with a broken heater.

Fortunately, there are proven things you can do to ensure that your HVAC system operates as efficiently and as long as possible. Our Leesburg, VA, team is here to help you identify the best way to protect your investment and keep your home comfortable, year after year.

Our HVAC Services

At Garneski, we offer a full range of HVAC maintenance, repair, and installation services for homeowners throughout Leesburg, VA. Our team has the expertise and the resources to help you with the following:

  • Air Conditioning
  • Air Handlers
  • Dual Fuel Systems
  • Ductless Systems
  • Furnaces
  • Heat Pumps
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Zone Systems
  • Water Heaters

A quick call with one of our technicians can answer many of your questions. Wondering about indoor air filters? Curious about the latest water heaters? Uncertain if your furnace is operating correctly? Just give us a call and we can help with all of that!

How Long Do HVAC Systems Last?

Considering what a big investment HVAC systems are, it makes sense that you want them to last as long as possible. Luckily, the average lifespan of reputable HVAC systems falls between 15 and 25 years. Of course, the lifespan of each system can vary a lot depending on the circumstances. A regularly maintained HVAC system is likely to last significantly longer than a neglected one.

Different types of HVAC equipment can have different lifespans and the conditions in which they operate can have an impact on lifespan as well. A gas furnace will often last 20 to 30 years, while oil furnaces may only last 10 to 15 years. Boilers tend to hold out longer than furnaces and can often operate between 20 to 35 years. Air conditioners do not last as long as furnaces, and typically need to be replaced every 15 to 20 years. However, air conditioners operating in salty environments, like coastal areas, might only last 7 to 12 years.

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We Provide HVAC Repairs

As your HVAC specialists in Ashburn, VA, we have the capability to repair many HVAC systems. Whether we can repair a system depends on multiple factors, but you can rest assured that if repair is possible we will let you know.

Choosing to repair or replace an AC, furnace, or other similar appliance is not always easy. Sometimes, repairs can cost as much or more than replacement. We will clearly communicate our professional opinion about your different options and which we would choose based on your specific needs, including repair or replacement. For example, if you are on a tight budget and need to avoid spending anything extra, we will do our best to make economical repairs. On the other hand, if you want to save time and effort over the long term and we think installing a new system makes sense, we will tell you.

It’s Important to Schedule Routine HVAC Maintenance

If there is one thing we can recommend to everyone in Leesburg, VA, it’s to schedule routine maintenance for your AC and furnace. Regular maintenance ensures that your system is kept in good working order and allows us to identify small problems before they become big problems. Simple maintenance tasks like cleaning the AC, changing the filter on the furnace, and making sure electrical connections are secure, can do a lot to prevent excessive wear and tear.

We can actually set up an HVAC maintenance plan for you based on your system and your budget. Many Leesburg, VA, clients choose a bi-annual plan, where we come out twice a year, usually before winter and before summer. You will need your AC most in summer, so during the first visit of the year we will make sure your AC is good to go. Before winter sets in, we will come out and perform maintenance tasks on your furnace to make certain it keeps you warm throughout the coldest months.

A regular maintenance plan can save you money over time by keeping your system in optimal condition. It also makes it easier to budget for maintenance costs.