3 Reasons a Service Agreement will protect your HVAC and save you money.

A 100-degree day is not the time for your air conditioner to stop working, nor is an unexpected cool snap in the winter the best time to lose your heat pump. Unfortunately, these things tend to happen at the most inconvenient times. The good news is that regular preventive maintenance decreases the likelihood of having to face such an ordeal. While it’s not a guarantee nothing will go wrong, performing routine maintenance is easier and less expensive than arranging service for a major repair to your HVAC system.

Consider the Benefits of an Annual Service Agreement

AirPro Comfort Systems offers customers the convenience of signing up for our annual service agreement, which entitles you to one tune-up in the spring and one in the fall. At each appointment, we clean the unit, check for malfunctioning parts, add fluids if necessary, and much more. This ensures that your air conditioner and heat pump are in excellent condition before the start of the cooling and heating season. Besides increased comfort, you can expect the following three financial benefits when you purchase an annual preventive maintenance contract:

Extend the lifespan of your HVAC system

The average lifespan of a new air conditioner or heat pump is 15 to 20 years. The easiest and most effective way to get the most years out of your unit is to arrange for a professional HVAC technician to perform routine maintenance. You can also do several things yourself, such as change the air filter quarterly, keep your air ducts clean, and remove debris such as leaves and twigs as soon as you notice it.

Fewer Repairs

What starts out as a small single part not working correctly can turn into a complete system failure if it goes undetected. The service technicians at AirPro have the tools and experience to detect minor issues with your HVAC system early enough to correct them. This saves you from the expense and inconvenience of an emergency service call.

Lower Energy Bills

Everyday wear takes a toll on your air conditioner or heat pump, which can cause it to work less efficiently. Since this activity takes place inside of the unit, you aren’t likely to notice it. When a unit slows down, it needs to work much harder to produce the cool or warm air you need to remain comfortable. This explains why your energy bill may go up even when you don’t change your HVAC system usage habits. Routine maintenance gets everything working efficiently again to save you money.

When you’re ready to start saving money on heating and cooling services, just request to sign up for our annual service contract. We are happy to quote the cost and provide you with a complete list of preventive services that we perform at the spring and fall appointments.