Maintenance agreements give your HVAC system longevity.
Most HVAC companies offer maintenance agreements, but many of us pass without fully realizing what one of those agreements could mean to us. Maintenance plans have many benefits, one of which is helping you get the longest life possible from your HVAC system.
Extending the Life of Your HVAC
Because your heating and cooling system is an investment, you want to get as many productive years out of it as possible. How does a maintenance plan help you do that? By keeping your system healthy.
An HVAC system is made up of moving parts and many components. Like any other mechanical system, it requires regular tune-ups to keep working at peak performance. The maintenance agreement helps by keeping your system’s upkeep on a regular schedule, so it doesn’t get put on a perpetual to-do list that never gets finished.
What Regular Maintenance Includes
Regular maintenance agreements generally include the following basics:
- Inspect the thermostat
- Check and change air filters
- Check electrical connections
- Inspect and lubricate all moving parts
- Check air flow to and from the unit
- Check burner function
- Inspect and clean condenser coil
- Check and balance the fan
Not only do regular tune-ups help keep your system in top working order, it will reduce repair costs and ensure your HVAC is running at optimum energy efficiency to save you money on your utility bills.
To make sure you get the longest life out of your HVAC system, invest in the right plan so it gets regular service from a trusted professional. To find out about the best maintenance agreement for you, contact H.H. Hovey today by calling 336-768-2703.