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3 Rookie Mistakes New Homeowners Make with their HVAC
Thursday, October 26, 2017
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When it comes to new houses, mistakes are all too common. Luckily, maintenance agreements make them avoidable.

Failing to consider maintenance agreements for your home’s HVAC is just one of the mistakes new homeowners tend to make. Heating and air conditioning systems are a crucial part of any house, and as such, avoiding these common errors is a task too important to set aside.

Setting up a New System without Maintaining It

A new system for your home sounds like a great concept, but you should still take care of it! Neglecting to set aside time and money for maintenance is like throwing your investment out the window. New components might work better than older alternatives, but without the right amount of upkeep, they won't work like new for very long.

Don’t Assume the HVAC Is as New as the House

Sometimes a shiny new thermostat is part of a new system, but it’s not unheard of for homeowners to use a new piece of equipment to give a misleading impression. A new thermostat can be a cover for an old furnace or AC unit, and if the system's ductwork is no longer in its prime, you could be dealing with extensive energy loss shortly.

Overlooking Preventative HVAC Maintenance

Maintenance agreements will keep your new home’s HVAC system working at peak efficiency, saving you both money and stress in the long run. At G+S Heating Air Energy Services we offer a wide range of agreements, and we’ll work with you to put together a plan that fits both your budget and your specific needs. To learn more about our maintenance agreements, get in touch with us today!

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