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Homeowners are oftentimes reluctant to commit to a maintenance plan for their central air system, whether they fear the costs are too high or that maintenance calls are unproductive. Because of this, we’re sharing the tip five reasons to consider an air conditioning maintenance plan.
Unfortunately, skipping out on maintenance plans also means skipping out on the benefits that come with a HVAC contractor monitoring your furnace and air conditioner.
Homeowners looking to save by opting out of a maintenance plan do more harm than good. A regular maintenance plan, twice a year, prevents costly repairs and replacements by avoiding premature breakdowns.
Just a couple of visits and you can potentially save thousands of dollars on a new system and a great deal of time and trouble.
Your HVAC contractor evaluates problem areas and minimizes or eliminates them entirely. From the potential of microbiological growth, faulty wires and rusty wheels, your Service Champions expert mends these issues before they create significant damages. This is one of the best reasons to consider an air conditioning maintenance plan.
Small parts of the central air system that lack care and attention can have the biggest impact on energy and performance efficiency. When the internal anatomy of the furnace and air conditioner are coated in residue and dirt, they work twice as hard to condition the same amount of air. Regular furnace maintenance‘s clean each part of the central air system, keeping the entire machine running smoothly and without interruption. This leads to less energy expenditure and better air conditioning.
The same dirt that coats the internal parts of the central air system can makes its way into the air supply. Airborne particles such as pollen, dust, dander, pet hair, harmful gasses and vapors contaminate indoor air, lowering its quality and potentially bothering the health of those in the home.
Changing out old air filters, wiping down the evaporator coils among other parts keeps the system clean and the air even cleaner.
Another reason to consider an air conditioning maintenance plan is because your HVAC technician shares your genuine concern for a healthy central air system.
Furnaces and air conditioners can last anywhere between seven to 15 years, depending on the type of care they receive. By servicing your system twice a year, you are keeping it healthy enough to maximize the lifespan.
When you find an HVAC technician you trust, you can count on him or her to know your home central air system inside and out. Most importantly, with a seasoned professional monitoring the health of your furnace and air conditioner, you can rely on top-notch air conditioning all year long.
Our technicians at Service Champions deliver expert technical care and exceptional customer service. Furnace and air conditioning maintenance programs focus on restoring the health, sanitation, performance efficiency and longevity of your central air system.
To learn more about our method to air care and to learn more reasons to consider an air conditioning maintenance plan, contact one of our friendly representatives in the call center or book an appointment online today.