Heating and air conditioning maintenance agreements can help sustain the life of your HVAC unit and eliminate costly repairs for issues that go unresolved. But not all maintenance agreements are worth the fee. Keep reading for some key things to consider before signing a maintenance agreement.
Maintenance checkups twice a year will keep your HVAC functioning properly and efficiently. Just like going to the dentist, by giving your HVAC system a regular checkup, the professionals can catch minor issues early and prevent them from becoming major problems.
Brand new HVAC systems, as well as older units, will benefit from routine tune-ups to ensure you get the most from your heating and cooling. Brand new units may have a warranty, so be sure to check and see what that warranty covers so you don’t end up paying double.
Older units need a little more TLC to ensure they can run for years to come. Regular service checks are a perfect way to keep your system working properly. Getting a maintenance agreement can ensure your HVAC gets attention on a regular basis.
Signing up for the right kind of maintenance agreement can help you save money in the long run. Here are some things to consider before signing on the dotted line:
• Get a list of exactly what services your agreement covers and which will cost extra. For example, is there a charge for air filter replacement?
• Are the technicians servicing your unit certified to work on a variety of HVAC units or just the models their company sells?
• Always choose a company that is upfront and honest about their maintenance agreements.
The real question lies with you. If you want to be sure a qualified technician inspects your system before problems arise, then a maintenance agreement is well worth the fee. At Jerry's Air Conditioning and Heating, we are ready to help you get the most out of your HVAC system.
Is your heating and air conditioning system due for a checkup? Get in touch with us today, and one of our friendly service technicians will be happy to assist you!