Heating and air conditioning equipment maintenance agreements offer peace of mind to homeowners. For a relatively small monthly investment, homeowners save money on regular maintenance and repairs. Homeowners who have a maintenance agreement often cite that they feel good about having an extra layer of safety and comfort in their home. Here are some tips on why you should consider a maintenance plan for the HVAC equipment in your home.
Reduce energy bills
Preventive maintenance helps ensure that your equipment runs as close to peak efficiency as possible, which in turn will save money on those energy bills.
Extend the life of equipment
Regular annual maintenance extends the life of your system, reducing the likelihood that you’ll need to spend money on repairs. Without regular maintenance, you may need to replace equipment sooner than you would like to.
Annual maintenance is important to manufacturers when a repair is claimed under warranty. Some of the components that make your system work may be expensive. Investing in an annual maintenance plan can save you a significant amount of money if something goes wrong under warranty.
“Annual maintenance on your HVAC equipment is important for a number of reasons,” says Jake Coleman, Residential Service Manager at Isaac. “The biggest recommendation for maintenance is to keep everyone in the home safe. When we perform a precision tune up and safety inspection (PTSI), we do a gas leak search as well as check the carbon monoxide levels within the equipment.”
Coleman also goes on to say, “We help improve air quality within the home by inspecting your filter and duct work. With a clean furnace and air conditioner, your equipment will operate more efficiently, which helps improve the comfort in your home and keeps energy costs to a minimum.”
Why should you trust Isaac with your home’s regular equipment maintenance?
“With one of our NATE-certified technicians inspecting your equipment on an annual basis, it allows us to identify and explain to you any concerns we may have regarding your equipment. Annual maintenance helps to give you the peace of mind that your equipment is working safely and properly,” says Coleman.
Isaac’s GoldCare Club membership provides clients with an annual Precision Tune Up and Safety Inspection (PTSI), as well as coverage of service calls and most parts and labor. For more information click here.
Jake Coleman is the Residential Service Manager.