How long will my RCAC last for?

How long will my RCAC last for?

An air conditioners’ lifespan is about 15-20 years, and as they age they grow less and less efficient.
The factors that will determine the lifespan of your air conditioner are:
The quality of the air conditioning installation
The quality of your air conditioner unit
The way you have been using your unit
The quality of the air conditioner maintenance

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