Before choosing from the numerous maintenance agreements available in your area, know what makes a HVAC service agreement worth the yearly cost.
After installing a brand new unit in your home, your HVAC technician will encourage you to sign up for a maintenance agreement for your new system. A maintenance agreement is not a small cost. So, before signing up, it is important you understand what is included with your service agreement and if it is really worth the yearly expense.
The services included with an HVAC maintenance agreement vary from company to company; so avoid signing a contract before you know exactly what will be included with your service agreement. Each agreement should include regular, seasonal maintenance of your unit including replacement of air filters, a general tune up and cleaning, and a thorough inspection of your unit. Additionally, members of a service club should always receive priority in the case of an emergency repair.
In order to determine if your maintenance agreement is worth the cost, you may have to crunch a few numbers. The cost of the services included in your service agreement should exceed the cost of your yearly agreement. Additionally, keep in mind that a well cared for unit will run more efficiently, ultimately reducing your monthly heating & cooling costs.
Here at Jerry’s Air Conditioning & Heating, we never want you to spend more than necessary on your home’s HVAC unit. Because of this, we have a created a Residential Service Club with the intent of saving you money. Our experienced technicians will keep your home’s heating and cooling system in top working condition, which will keep your monthly costs low. Additionally, through preventative maintenance and a regular inspection, we will help you to avoid costly, surprise repairs.