Maintenance agreements can be the element that saves your HVAC system from disaster! And there’s no time like the holidays for enjoying this benefit.
Thanksgiving is a great time of year, thanks to heaping helpings of food, bustling rooms filled with family and festivities, and HVAC maintenance agreements. What? You don't think the last item on the list belongs there? If that's the case, you're mistaken — the more family you have over, the more important it is to ensure that everyone's comfortable! This usually can't happen without a functioning HVAC system, but the only way to guarantee that is through routine scheduled maintenance.
Maintenance visits involve technicians performing thorough inspections of your equipment. They'll clean and test components to ensure they're in good working condition, replacing parts when necessary. The number of visits and depth of the service will depend on your system's age and type, but in any case, this is one of the cheapest types of HVAC service contracts available. When you factor in the cheaper repairs and avoided breakdowns, it can actually pay for itself!
If you enroll in a maintenance program and run into problems with your unit, you won't need to wait long for repairs. An added benefit of routine maintenance is getting priority service over customers who aren't on maintenance plans. This is especially important if your unit breaks down when you're entertaining guests, or when the weather's particularly unpleasant.
If you choose not to enroll in a maintenance plan for the sake of saving money, you're defeating the purpose! The tune-ups you'll gain access to through an agreement can extend the lifespan of your HVAC system by a huge margin. This keeps your units more efficient, in addition to making sure you don't need to find a replacement before it's necessary.
If you’re looking to get the most out of your HVAC, G+S Heating Air Energy Services is here to help. Whether you need a source for repairs, upgrades or maintenance agreements, get in touch with us today for the help you need.Back