It took 26 years for that seasoned heat pump to give out. And man, it made it all the way to the end in good form. My associate and I obtained this home almost 15 years ago. This was one of those situations that my associate and I simply couldn’t pass up. My associate and I have a realtor friend who got this home listing and the seller had to go and go quick. My associate and I were lucky to be able to get into this home and the household for such a bargain. But part of that deal was that my associate and I would take the home as it was. There were no residential Heating, Ventilation, and A/C updates or a new roof or anything. In fact, my associate and I had to have a supplier come in and scrub the home top to bottom before my associate and I moved in. So my associate and I inherited what would turn out to be just champion quality heating and cooling equipment. This region is fortunate to be located just southern enough that my associate and I don’t need a gas furnace for Winter. The heat pump takes care of all our heating and cooling needs. When my associate and I moved in, my associate and I called the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier that my associate and I had used before. They are local Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professionals who have a stellar reputation in this town. So they started with Heating, Ventilation, and A/C maintenance in the Springtime and Fall immediately. My associate and I never missed an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C maintenance appointment in all those years. Of course, it didn’t hurt when they started the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C service plan so my associate and I didn’t have to do the remembering. That heat pump never had a single second of trouble until last Summer when it just couldn’t meet demand separate from running almost continuously in November. But man, 26 Winters and Summers is absolutely getting it done.