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Is It Too Late for an Energy Savings Agreement to Make a Difference This Summer?
Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Learn how it’s always the right time for a maintenance agreement.

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Your maintenance agreement might not be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound or get mistaken for a bird or a plane that often, but it’s still a super smart investment. The experts at G+S offer an Energy Savings Agreement that knocks the competition out of the water with preventative maintenance services and a range of other benefits designed to extend the lifespan and improve the performance of your system.

Here’s what you can expect from an Energy Savings Agreement:

Preseason Check and Speedy Service

So many homeowners find they experience problems in the middle of the summer when their cooling units are overworked. Preseason checkups can help you avoid emergency repair with preventative maintenance and keep your family as far from inconvenience as possible. Even though you may have missed the typical preseason checkup window, when you sign up for this agreement, you will still reap the benefits of fast and reliable professional services in the event of an emergency.

Save Money, Save the World

Saving energy is another huge (and maybe obvious) bonus of the energy savings agreement. Don’t wait one more second to optimize the performance of your cooling system. You only have energy to waste by waiting, and money to save by moving forward. Striving for energy efficiency is “in” this season – and every season!

The truth is a maintenance agreement is a good idea no matter how far into the summer we are. The benefits of maintenance upkeep from professional technicians will start saving you money and improving system efficiency immediately.

Click here to get more information about the Energy Savings Agreement that could transform your monthly bill experience.

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