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Summer is finally here and the last thing on your mind is air conditioning service agreements. But wait, before you head to the pool or the beach or the park, take a look at how a simple maintenance visit can save you money this summer, and help you keep your cool.
Think of your HVAC not as something that keeps your home comfortable, but as a working machine, not unlike your car. You wouldn’t drive your car for years on end without service, a tune-up, and regular oil changes, would you? No. And you shouldn’t do that with your heating and cooling system either.
Regular maintenance will make sure your HVAC system keeps running smoothly and at its most energy efficient. It can catch small issues before they become big problems, saving you money and possibly a call for emergency service. Not only that, it can prolong the life of your equipment.
A maintenance visit includes checking and testing many of the parts of your air conditioning system. The basics should include:
Not only is there value in a maintenance visit, but there is even more value in a service agreement. If you understand what a regular visit can mean for your system, it’s easy to understand how a service agreement, which ensures regular maintenance at least once a year, can have value for your HVAC and your budget.
Making sure your air conditioner is running right this summer, and every summer, is the goal of a good HVAC company. For information on the right service agreement for your system, contact All City Heat and Air by calling 704-545-2000 or by clicking here.
I have been a long time customer of All City Heat and Air, and this review is long overdue. I have used All City's services for 15 years and every experience has be a very good one.
Short, sweet and to the point this is an exceptional company. The owner's and employee's work ethic and quality of work are excellent.The service provided is prompt, professional and always above and beyond the expected.
It's big city service with small town appeal. On a scale of 1 to 10...I give them an 11!