Maintenance agreements get a bad rap sometimes. Some homeowners think they’re just another way for companies to make money. To uncover the truth about HVAC maintenance plans, let’s take a look at just three of the benefits of regular maintenance on your HVAC unit.
Whether it’s the middle of summer or the dead of winter, no one wants to face an HVAC breakdown. One of the biggest benefits of a maintenance agreement is reducing heating and cooling issues, problems, and breakdowns. Regular service, twice a year, catches small issues before they become big problems. The seasonal service means less chance of your system breaking down.
When your heating and cooling systems don’t get the attention, they need from an HVAC professional, the parts are subject to extra wear and tear over time. When this happens, you can expect a shortened lifespan. Regular maintenance means a technician cleans, lubricates, tests, inspects, and calibrates the unit and all of the moving parts to get the maximum number of years out of your HVAC system.
A heating and air conditioning system that runs right is going to help keep your home more consistently comfortable. Instead of dealing with hot and cold spots, constant thermostat adjustments, and fluctuating temperatures, sign up for a maintenance plan that will help keep your system running as it should.
Now that you see just a few of the benefits, what have you got to lose? Contact the team at G+S Heating Air Energy Services to find out more about what maintenance agreements can do for you.Back