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There's a lot of disagreement about furnace and air conditioner service agreements and whether or not they're worth the money and time. So what's the real deal? Why should furnaces and air conditioners really be serviced and how often? Here's what you need to know about regular maintenance:
You wouldn't go years without seeing a doctor or a dentist or having your car tuned up, so why would you go without maintenance on your HVAC system? The biggest benefit of regular maintenance is making sure your furnace and air conditioner are running at their most effective and most efficient.
Another benefit of regular maintenance is catching little problems before they become big ones. Your heat might be running just fine, but if there are any mechanical issues that could cause it to go clunk in the middle of the night, regular service could catch it before it stops your heat in its tracks. And what about your AC? If you think all the moving parts and important elements of your cooling system are all A-OK, the best way to confirm that and to prevent a breakdown in the middle of a really hot weekend is with regular maintenance.
Regular maintenance will protect your heating and cooling system and will keep it in peak running condition, which will help prevent costly repair or premature replacement. How often you have maintenance done depends on several factors, such as your usage, your HVAC system, your needs, and your budget.
Service agreements take the guesswork out of figuring out when, where, and how often you should call for maintenance. These agreements are offered by HVAC companies to help take the question out of taking care of your furnace and air conditioner. With reminders and convenient service appointments, you can rest easy knowing your home will be comfortable and free from temperature-induced crisis with regular service calls each year.
Protecting your furnace and air conditioning system is a smart move. Even smarter is doing it with a service agreement from All City Heat and Air. Just contact us or call All City Heat and Air at 704-545-2000 today, and let us take the headaches out of keeping your home comfortable year-round.
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