Do You Have an HVAC Maintenance Agreement? You Should and Here’s Why
Is your air conditioner ready for a long hot San Antonio summer? The heat and humidity are sure to put your cooling system to the test again this year. The best way to be ready is to have the entire HVAC system serviced before there is a problem.
The easiest and least expensive way to keep your system in top condition is through an HVAC maintenance agreement. The agreement will insure that you get the best price for service and guarantees that the provider will visit your home twice a year to clean your equipment and keep it in good working order. An HVAC maintenance agreement will also give you priority status if you run into a problem and will provide discounts when repairs are needed.
The service that comes with an HVAC maintenance agreement is also the key to making sure that your air conditioner operates as efficiently as possible this summer. When your cooling system is properly maintained, you can cut your utility bills. Government research shows that to achieve maximum savings regular service is necessary. Routine maintenance is also required by most manufacturers as a condition of maintaining the warranty on your HVAC system.
While you might pay a little more upfront for an HVAC maintenance agreement, it is worth it for the savings that you will reap for years to come. Routine servicing will also prolong the life of your equipment and that means delaying the expense of replacing it. When the service technician comes to your home, they will make sure the thermostat is working properly, lubricate moving parts, clean A/C coils and blowers and check all electrical connections.
If you are looking for a contractor skilled in maintaining HVAC systems in San Antonio contact Beyer Boys, an Angie’s List Super Service Award winner. We bend over backwards to serve you and have been taking care of Texas homes since 1990.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in the greater San Antonio, Texas area about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
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