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Are you wondering about service agreements for your appliances and utilities? You might be surprised to know that the average life expectancy of a furnace is only 15 years. Can service agreements extend that? You bet. Here’s how:
Sometimes a furnace will not show any signs of distress and will continue working just fine…until it doesn’t. All of a sudden, you lose heat. When this is the case it can be hard to predict when you should start planning for a new furnace. Unless you have a service agreement and regular maintenance in place, that is.
Regular maintenance will not only identify problems before they become detrimental to your heating system, it can also help extend the life of your furnace. By giving your HVAC system regular attention, your tech has the opportunity to inspect the system and make any necessary repairs, in addition to lubricating moving parts and checking, adjusting, and cleaning the rest of the unit. When this is done regularly your furnace will run more smoothly, more effectively and efficiently, and for a longer period of time.
When you have a service agreement for your HVAC system, it’s going to get maintenance twice a year. This means every spring and every fall a certified professional technician is going to inspect your heating and cooling system.
In the fall when your furnace is getting its TLC, the technician is going to look at everything that makes your furnace tick. This gives them the opportunity to see what’s actually going on with your furnace and if it’s starting to break down.
With their expert advice, you may be able to plan ahead when investing in a new system. They can also help your current system live a longer life by making sure it’s running in tip-top shape.
Although the life expectancy of a furnace can vary, you can always be sure to get the most out of yours with regular maintenance. For information on the best service agreements for your heating and air conditioning system, contact the team at All City Heat and Air.
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