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What Are the Benefits of Having a Maintenance Agreement?

Helms Heating & Air Conditioning - Thursday, March 10, 2016
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Maintenance agreements are more than just a piece of paper. They’re an insurance policy that helps guarantee the right amount of TLC for your heating and cooling system. Having doubts? Here are some of the benefits of professional maintenance agreements:

Improved Performance

Twice-yearly service to your HVAC system helps keeps everything running smoothly. When everything is inspected and adjusted, you know that it’s operating the way it’s supposed to which leads to improved overall system performance.

Reduced Costs

When small issues are caught and fixed before they become big problems, you'll save money on costly repairs. Also, most maintenance agreements ensure VIP treatment and discounts on parts and repairs, should they become necessary, to those customers.

Less Chance of Breakdowns

With regular maintenance, your system will also get regular cleaning and inspection. When the components are cleaned, maintained, and properly lubricated, there is less friction, less wear and tear, and less chance of breakdown. And when the unit is inspected for issues, they can be adjusted before they can cause equipment malfunction.

Energy Efficiency

Your system will run at its most efficient when it's running at peak performance. As HVAC equipment ages, its energy efficiency decreases. The best way to ensure it continues to operate efficiently and saves you money on your utility bills, it by making sure it's running right.

Having your HVAC system serviced every year in the fall before the weather gets colder and in the spring before it gets hot out is the best way to keep it running how it should. For the best maintenance agreements to help you take advantage of all of the benefits of regular service, contact the team at Helms Heating and Air Conditioning.