As the weather turns cooler, it’s a great time to look into a maintenance agreement for your HVAC system. Here are some of the reasons to consider signing up for an HVAC maintenance agreement for your Opelika, AL, home.
Schedule HVAC Maintenance for Optimal Heating and Cooling
Maintenance agreements include a regular schedule of tune-ups. During these visits, a technician will inspect, clean and service your system. Regular maintenance means both a longer lifespan and more efficient performance from your HVAC system.
To save the most money for the year, we typically schedule tune-ups for the fall and spring, right before the seasons when your units work their hardest. This helps your HVAC system to perform optimally throughout the peak heating and cooling seasons.
Keep Your Warranty Valid With HVAC Maintenance
Many HVAC warranties require regular maintenance by a trained professional as a condition to honor the agreement. A maintenance agreement provides a record of regular tune-ups, so your warranty remains in force if you ever need it. Depending on the warranty, this may apply only to your core heating or cooling unit, or it may apply to system upgrades like an in-line air purifier.
Get a Timeline on Your HVAC’s Lifespan
As your HVAC unit ages, regular maintenance inspections will let you know when components are reaching the end of their useful life. You can often get an idea of how many more years you can expect your system to continue functioning efficiently. This way, you may gain a year or two to budget for a replacement.
Save Money on Repairs, Installations and Upgrades
Maintenance plans often come with discounts. Depending on your plan, this may range from a discount on the cost of a tune-up to a year of discounted service calls. Between the energy savings from an efficiently running system and your potential savings on repairs, maintenance agreements provide a lot of additional value.
Call us at Indoor Solutions Inc. to learn more about our maintenance agreements for Opelika, AL, residents. We are happy to answer any questions you have about how we can get your system running well and keep it that way.
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