Maintenance agreements are a great idea, and not just because it guarantees you a spot on your HVAC tech's schedule. A good maintenance agreement can be a solution to a problem you don't even know you have. Read on for some of the benefits.
Solve a Problem Before It Starts
There could be some minor issue in the components of your air conditioning system that hasn't necessarily resulted in a noticeable change in effectiveness. Yet, that is. Regular service can uncover any small issues before they become big problems. Find ‘em and fix ‘em, before they require costly repairs.
Save Money on Your Energy Bills
Regular maintenance can make your air conditioner more efficient. By ensuring the moving parts have adequate lubrication and a healthy tune-up, you can rest easy knowing they aren't using extra energy to do the same job. This means lower utility bills for you.
Extend the Life of Your AC Unit
Daily wear and tear can take a toll on your air conditioning system. Everything from dirt and dust to misaligned or improperly calibrated components can shorten the life of the unit. Regular maintenance can help keep everything clean, calibrated, adjusted and running right so your AC unit can have a long, productive life. And you don't have to buy a new one for years to come.
If your air conditioning unit isn't giving you trouble, you might not consider it a problem. But keeping it running effectively and efficiently is the best way to prevent issues before they begin. For maintenance agreements you can count on to keep heating and cooling problems at bay, contact our expert team at Helms Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc.