A maintenance agreement is essential to protecting your heating and cooling system. If you have experts making regular evaluations, they are much more likely to spot potential problems before they manifest and become emergencies.
Have you ever had a busted air conditioner in the middle of summer? If so, you know the conditions that maintenance agreements are designed to prevent. Walking into hot, muggy air in your living room after a long day can be depressing, to say the least.
Summer is the season of fun—backyard barbeques, lazing about on the porch, and taking a dip in the pool—not worrying about a hot, stuffy house when you get home from all the fun. The key to enjoying all these activities is having a cool retreat at the end of the day. That’s where a maintenance agreement works its magic to keep things cool.
With a maintenance agreement, you have a plan of protection in place. Technicians are monitoring the operational efficiency of your heating and cooling system, staying on top of potential issues, and providing solutions before these problems interrupt your daily life with a break down on the hottest day of the year.
The cost analysis of a maintenance agreement is simple math. You are paying a fee for the benefits of the maintenance contract – namely, you are investing in a much smaller chance of expensive and untimely repair situations happening at inconvenient times. Many homeowners find that this peace of mind is priceless, especially in the busy summer season.
Like clockwork, many cooling units are unable to work efficiently after the neglect of fall and winter. Don’t put your family at risk. You can take action now to avoid becoming one of the many dozens of homeowners who call emergency HVAC services every summer.
There’s no need to wait until the worst happens, and you must deal with a broken HVAC system when you need it most. Contact the pros at G+S; we will show you exactly how a maintenance agreement will keep you cool and save you money.Back