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Start Your 2019 Off the Right Way with a Maintenance Visit
24 Jan
By: Climate Control


HVAC maintenance agreements and New Year’s resolutions are 2019’s dream team.

What do heating and air conditioning maintenance agreements and New Year’s resolutions have in common? They can both get 2019 started off on the right foot. Here’s how.

Why Invest in HVAC maintenance?

Your heating and cooling system needs regular TLC as much as your car does. To keep it running at peak condition and at its most energy efficient, it’s important to have maintenance done twice a year. It’s best if there’s a maintenance visit completed first in the spring and then again in the fall.

What Happens During a Maintenance Visit?

A spring maintenance visit should include the following:

  • Inspect and adjust the blower motor
  • Test and calibrate the thermostat
  • Change the air filter
  • Check the bearings
  • Inspect the evaporator coil
  • Clear the condensate drain
  • Check and adjust the refrigerant levels
  • Lubricate all of the moving parts

A fall maintenance visit should include:

  • Checking for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Test and calibrate the thermostat
  • Check the pilot light and ignition
  • Inspect the ventilation and exhaust
  • Check the fan belt for wear and tear
  • Change the air filter
  • Lubricate all of the moving parts
  • Inspect and clean the blower and the heat exchangers

Why Do I Need a Maintenance Agreement?

A maintenance agreement ensures your system gets the attention it needs twice a year. That means your year starts with a spring check before you start cooling your home for the warmer weather. It also means you get a discount on any necessary repairs, priority scheduling, waiving of overtime rates should they apply, and a one-year warranty on repairs.

What could be better than starting 2019 on the right foot with an HVAC maintenance visit? Contact our friendly team at Climate Control Heating and Air Conditioning today for a maintenance agreement that can have you saying happy New Year.

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