If you’re like most homeowners, you’re looking for ways to cut costs and eliminate expenses. Keeping a home running smoothly is not cheap, and especially in this economy, you don’t want to throw money away. Some expenses, however, are worth the monetary investment. At Conditioned Air, we strongly believe that a maintenance service agreement is one of those expenses.
A service agreement for your heating and cooling systems offers many benefits, including emergency service and discounts on parts and labor. Of course, the biggest benefit is regularly scheduled preventative maintenance for your system components. We encourage our customers to sign up for annual maintenance because we feel that it’s one of the most important things they can do to ensure efficient home comfort over time.
The fact is, the cost of annual maintenance is often offset or even exceeded by the savings to homeowners in the form of reduced energy costs, discounts, fewer breakdowns and longer equipment life. With these incentives, the cost of a service agreement can be met or even exceeded by savings!
A maintenance service agreement provides:
- 15 percent discount on parts and labor
- Priority service
- Transferable to new owners
- 24-hour emergency service
- Improved system efficiency
- Extended equipment life
Discounts alone can help pay for the cost of a maintenance service agreement over time, adding to the benefit of having one in place. And, when you have your HVAC system professionally maintained, you’ll get the longest life and most efficient operation out of your heating and cooling equipment. This equals big savings on your energy bill and helps you avoid costly repairs and system failure– another cost savings over time.
Of course, the benefit of priority emergency service speaks for itself. Ask anyone who has lost A/C on a sweltering Southwest Florida day! Contact us about the benefits of a maintenance service agreement for your home. We can help you get better performance for fewer energy dollars, and enjoy ideal home comfort year-round.