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How a Preventative Maintenance Agreement Can Help Lower Your Energy Costs
Thursday, March 01, 2018

Maintenance agreements provide a whole host of benefits, but energy savings rank near the top of the list.

If you’ve been looking into ways of reducing your energy consumption (and bills), maintenance agreements could be the solution you need. If you've never opted for maintenance before, your system has likely suffered as a result. HVAC components require upkeep, especially if the system has had extensive use. Failing to address the need for maintenance will only inflate your expenses, both now and in the future.

Maintenance Reduces Repairs

HVAC breakdowns can be costly and stressful, especially if the issue occurs during a particularly rough patch of weather. Repairs also tend to cost more than preventative measures — if you opt for routine maintenance, you'll be able to avoid these setbacks. Furthermore, broken or worn down components hurt a system's efficiency.

Routine Tune-ups Keep Operation Costs Down

HVAC systems can be expensive, given the amount of power they require to function properly. A lack of maintenance increases the power needed, which leads to rising operational costs and reduced effectiveness. Even basic maintenance, like regular duct cleaning and filter replacement, can drastically improve a system's efficiency.

A Maintained System Lives Longer

Given how big investments in HVAC systems are, it makes sense to desire as long a lifespan as possible. No one wants to spend money on a replacement before it's necessary, but failing to maintain your system will force you down this road. Routine maintenance keeps small issues from becoming bigger ones, which in turn keeps you from needing to replace the HVAC before its time.

The professionals at G+S Heating Air Energy Services possess knowledge and experience that allow us to handle whatever HVAC issues you have. To learn more about how our maintenance agreements can make your home or business more energy efficient, contact us today!