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4 Ways HVAC Maintenance Agreements Help You Save Time or Money

Written by A. Borrelli Mechanical on 03.11.17

maintenance-agreement.jpgWhen you purchase a new HVAC system, you may be reluctant to invest more money into an HVAC maintenance agreement. However, the right maintenance agreement can help protect your new system and save you money, so here are four reasons to consider an HVAC service contract.


Eliminates Maintenance Worries and Saves Time

Some HVAC maintenance jobs require a professional, and it's easy to forget when to service your system. A service technician will lubricate moving parts, clean the evaporator and condenser coils, and replace or clean your air filters. The technician will also look for loose electrical connections, incorrect thermostat settings, burners that need adjustment and blocked evaporator drains and make any necessary adjustments. Our licensed and insured technicians also know how to properly maintain geothermal heating and ductless A/C systems, which can be difficult for novices to service.

Reduces the Number of HVAC Repairs

Many problems with HVAC systems can be traced to poor or non-existent servicing. With an HVAC maintenance contract, you can eliminate the problems that occur from lack of servicing, plus a technician will be able to spot small issues before they become expensive problems. Once you become a Borelli Mechanical client, we also offer emergency 24/7 heating repair.

Increase the Energy Efficiency of Your HVAC System

By regularly servicing your HVAC equipment by replacing the air filter, cleaning the overall system and having a general tune-up, you can expect greater energy efficiency over the life of the equipment. We estimate that an air conditioner could lose up to 5 percent efficiency each year without proper air conditioner servicing.

Extend the Life of Your Equipment

Even small HVAC systems cost thousands of dollars, so it makes sense to maintain your equipment to prevent premature failure. Regular maintenance by a skilled technician ensures that your equipment will stay in good working order as long as possible. Plus, many HVAC system manufacturers require proof of regular maintenance if you want to make a warranty claim. A regular heating and A/C servicing proves that you've done your best to keep your HVAC system working well.
If you're still not sure that an HVAC service agreement is right for you, contact A. Borrelli Mechanical. We can help you decide if an HVAC service could benefit your home or business, and what plan best meets your needs.

Topics: HVAC, Air Conditoning

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