I moved into my house in 2005. The house itself is 106 years old, but the last owner had done a good job of keeping things up to date. Now that I've been there 15 & a half years, "durable goods" are starting to reach the end of their lifespans.
Prior to last year, the only real upgrades I had done were to replace the gutters. There have also been periodic large plumbing jobs along the way (two so far, and I'm worried that I may have another issue this year.)
I've also kept up with the roof. It's a flat roof that needs periodic coating. I have done that more often than suggested. The last time I did it, there was a new product out that had a 10-year warranty, so I chose that option. I'll still have to get someone to get on the roof and check it every year or so, though.
Then last fall I had a roof leak where the back porch joined the main house. This led to replacing the two porch roofs.
Now this year, so far, I have had to replace the hot water heater, a window A/C, and (today) the washing machine. Plus I need four new tires on my car by the summer, and I'm worried that there may be another plumbing issue.
So far the dryer is fine. The range died about two years ago but so far I haven't replaced it. (I do all my cooking in the Instant Pot and Air Fryer, and I boil water in a coffee maker and reheat in the microwave, so I get by.) I'm hoping that the refrigerator will last another couple of years but with my luck it will die this year. I am hoping that I can have it last until I am ready to do a kitchen refresh (new appliances, countertop, floor, backsplash, and resurface but not replace the cabinets), but that won't be for a copule of years, so I'll probably have to replace it before then. Hopefully not this year tho!
Also, knock on wood that the furnace lasts another few years. That's another thing that was replaced by the last owner. I see that furnaces can last 15 to 30 years; I do have my maintained every year, so I hope to eek another decade out of it--it's close to 20 years old right now.
The piper is finally having me pay his due.