HVAC Maintenance Agreement: Top 6 Reasons To Sign Up
Getting the most for your money when it comes to home comfort means keeping your HVAC system in great shape – something that takes regular professional maintenance. However, keeping up with the details of what needs to be done (and when) can be a challenge for busy homeowners. An HVAC service agreement can keep you up to date on preventive maintenance, which can yield benefits that include:
Heating and cooling systems that are professionally inspected, cleaned and tuned by an experienced HVAC technician will run more efficiently than ones where preventive maintenance has been neglected. Smoother, more efficient operation means less energy consumption and lower utility bills.
The smoother, more efficient operation of a well-maintained HVAC system also will help ensure optimal performance. For example, research has shown that professional air conditioner maintenance restores lost capacity. So if your system isn’t keeping your home as comfortable as usual, servicing it may solve your problem – and an HVAC service agreement can prevent it from losing capacity next year.
Longer equipment life
Proper maintenance reduces wear and tear on your HVAC equipment, extending the lifespan of your system and reducing lifetime repair costs.
Having a service agreement in place ensures that your system is inspected regularly, allowing your technician to catch and resolve small problems before they become larger ones that may cause equipment failure on a hot summer night.
If a problem does occur with your system, customers who have an HVAC service agreement get first priority on the service schedule, Economical, professionally planned preventive maintenance
An HVAC service agreement places the management of your preventive maintenance in the hands of professionals for about the same cost or, in some cases, less than you already pay for seasonal service calls.
To find out more about how you could benefit from an HVAC service agreement, please contact 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).
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