You rely on your HVAC system to keep your home comfortable year round. Signing up for an HVAC maintenance agreement is a worry-free way to guarantee that your equipment is up to the challenge. You'll see a number of additional benefits.
You'll have coverage for system checkups.
Twice-yearly tune-ups and cleanings are essential to keep your costly HVAC equipment running reliably. With a maintenance agreement, you won't have to worry about neglecting these essential services, because they're included. During these visits, your technician can also address any minor problems before they cause expensive, inconvenient equipment breakdowns.
You'll get discounts on parts and repairs.
When problems do occur, and repairs are necessary, you'll save money on the services performed. Depending on the plan you choose, you could save 15 percent, or have total coverage for parts and repairs, except the replacement of a compressor or heat exchanger.
You'll see energy savings.
The semi-annual checkups included under your maintenance agreement can help keep your equipment operating at 95 percent of its original efficiency. When it's running at optimal efficiency, your HVAC equipment uses less energy to heat and cool your home, and you'll see a positive impact on your utility bills.
You'll have preferred scheduling.
HVAC problems typically happen at the peak of the heating and cooling seasons, when you need your home comfort system the most. If you're a maintenance agreement customer, you won't wait in line for emergency service, and you won't pay overtime charges.
You'll receive reliable, trustworthy service.
When you sign up for a yearly service plan, you'll have peace of mind that you'll receive the same high level of care with every service call and maintenance visit. You'll also eliminate the stress of scrambling to find a reputable contractor when an emergency happens, and your regular HVAC pro is fully booked.
To learn more about the many benefits of an HVAC maintenance agreement, contact us today at Sobieski Services. Our goal is to help educate our customers in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC & plumbing systems).