An HVAC maintenance agreement helps to ensure that your system will remain reliable and you’ll always have access to emergency repairs. Preventative maintenance is a great way to make your HVAC unit last longer and work more efficiently over the long run, with fewer repairs. HVAC agreements save you money and the worry of whether your HVAC unit is going to break down when you need it most. Here are 4 things to look for in an HVAC maintenance agreement.
1. The Spring Checklist
Every spring, your air conditioning unit should be inspected in preparation for the hot summer temperatures. Your HVAC maintenance should include a spring checklist that has services listed to check:
2. A Fall Checklist
The next time your furnace should be thoroughly inspected is just before winter, when you want to ensure it’s going to be able to operate at peak efficiency without problems. The fall checklist should include at a minimum:
3. Priority Service
When you agree to an HVAC maintenance agreement, emergency maintenance should always be included. Be sure that your agreement states that your call and needs will get top service, no waiting priority over others. In bad weather, when customer calls for HVAC service is at their highest, you’ll be glad you invested in a maintenance agreement.
4. Emergency Repair Parts
When your service technician needs to come out and replace a part on an emergency basis, it helps to be able to put the cost of that part on your bill instead of having to pay it on the day of service. If you can arrange for this on your HVAC maintenance agreement, that’s a huge benefit to you.
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