If you sometimes worry your HVAC unit won't work when you need it most, or that something might break down, resulting in expensive repairs, you should strongly consider enrolling in one of the available maintenance agreements. These special plans make it easy to provide the proper maintenance your heating and cooling system needs. But how exactly do you benefit from a maintenance agreement?
A skilled and experienced HVAC technician will come out to your home or business and inspect your HVAC unit before the upcoming season. During this inspection, the technician will lubricate moving parts, check fuses, clean debris, change air filters and inspect wiring and refrigerant lines for signs of damage. If the technician finds any problems, they can usually repair the issue much more easily and cheaply than if you had waited until your HVAC stopped working.
If you need repairs to your HVAC system and you have a maintenance plan, you'll get a special discount on the repair costs. Depending on the needed repair, the cost of enrollment in a maintenance agreement can easily pay for itself.
Certain times of the year are especially brutal on your heating and cooling system, such as a heat wave in the summer or cold snap in the winter. As a result, there can be an unusually high number of heater or air conditioner failures. When this happens, many HVAC repair professionals can become backlogged in their work, which results in customers getting repairs on a first-come-first-served basis. This often means having to wait an extra few days until a technician can come out.
But if you're a member of a maintenance agreement, you get priority over anyone needing repairs who is not in a maintenance agreement. There's no extra charge for this.
Do the benefits of maintenance agreements sound good to you? If so, contact us at Climate Control to learn how these service plans can help you.Back to Posts