Importance of a HVAC Maintenance Program

Importance of a HVAC Maintenance Program

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Would you believe me if I told you that for a relatively small investment, you could save money, breathe cleaner air, enjoy increased safety and comfort, and help our environment?

That’s just a quick synopsis of the benefits you’d get with a regular HVAC maintenance from Kool AC. Preventive maintenance is such a wise and worthwhile investment, and it can save you lots of money and heart pains in the long run.

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Here we broke down some preventive maintenance benefits for your bottom line.

  • Prevent costly breakdowns
  • Reduce energy bills
  • Extend the life of your system
  • Stay protected under warranty

Regular HVAC maintenance is said to reduce the risk of costly breakdowns by as much as 95%. You probably wouldn’t drive your car for 30,000 plus miles without getting the oil changed. This analogy holds true for your heating and cooling system as well.

Cut down on your energy bills: Preventive maintenance helps ensure that your HVAC system runs at close to peak efficiency. This can mean saving up to 30% on your energy bills, according to the U.S. Department of Energy.

Extend the life of your system: Regular maintenance extends the life of your system, reducing the likelihood that you’ll need to spend a lot of money on having a HVAC installation soon. Sort of like how humans have annual check ups to help us live longer, except HVAC doctors, like Kool A/C, makes house calls.

Stay covered under your original warranty: It’s important to be aware that most HVAC manufacturers will require proof of annual maintenance any time a repair claim is submitted under warranty. Some components that make your HVAC system work are fairly expensive. If you can invest in annual maintenance it helps to keep them covered under your warranty. It can also save you a significant amount of money if something goes wrong.

Call us at Kool #(225) 328-1141 to find out if we can help save you money with a HVAC maintenance program!

Resource: U.S. Department of Energy


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