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Do I Really Need a Maintenance Agreement?
29 Mar
By: Climate Control
Climate Control

Maintenance agreements are very helpful and convenient for anyone with an HVAC system. Here’s why.

Maintenance agreements are nice to have, but are they essential? Technically, no. However, they provide a host of benefits that many HVAC owners and users will appreciate. Below is a list of some of the benefits of having a special contract with an HVAC company to provide routine maintenance for your system:

Automatically Scheduled Maintenance

With a maintenance agreement, there’s no need to worry constantly about when the next routine maintenance should take place. The agreement will begin when an HVAC technician visits the location and conducts the routine maintenance. Depending on the contract, this will occur at least once a year, but often twice, right before the hot and cold seasons of summer and winter. These visits ensure the HVAC unit is ready to heat or cool the building before the upcoming season.

Priority Repairs

Should the HVAC system need repairs, individuals who are a part of a maintenance contract will be able to receive repair service before anyone else who is not a part of a contract. This is a particularly nice benefit during heat waves and cold snaps when many HVAC units go down all out once. Customers without an agreement might wait several days until a technician can finally make it around to them.

Discounted HVAC Work

When an HVAC receives work, if it's a part of a maintenance plan, then the owner will receive a discount. This is an excellent benefit that can help the maintenance plan pay for itself. One of the reasons HVAC companies provide this discount is because they understand that with a maintenance plan, the chances of having to do an HVAC repair is lower than without a plan in place.

If you're interested in learning more about maintenance agreements, it’s time to connect with our team at Climate Control to ask any questions you might have. Let us help you to find the right plan to meet your needs.

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