Having an HVAC service agreement in place with an experienced provider is a great way to make sure that your home’s heating and cooling systems keep performing at their best. A service contract will usually offer benefits such as:
- Faster service calls
- Routine maintenance tune-ups
- Lower utility bills
Faster Service Calls
With an HVAC service agreement, when you do have a breakdown or need an A/C or furnace part replaced, you can expect to be bumped to the front of the line for service calls. In addition, your HVAC equipment models will be on record so the technician can arrive prepared to deal with issues with those systems.
An annual or semi-annual maintenance visit can find small HVAC problems before they become big ones. This will greatly reduce the chances that you will experience a breakdown, and save a lot of money on repairs. The technician will clean and adjust parts, change the air filter, check refrigerant, adjust airflow, check the ductwork, look at electrical connections, and in general, make sure your cooling or heating equipment is working as intended. He’ll also check the thermostat to make sure it’s calibrated correctly. You may receive a discount on both parts and labor for other repair work that needs to be done, assuming your technician finds something that needs either fixed or replaced.
Lower Utility Bills
You should see a reduction in your utility bills as a result of routine maintenance on your HVAC system as part of your service agreement. The technician will make sure that every part of your furnace, air conditioner and ductwork are working together efficiently.
For more information about how Overland Park Heating and Cooling can serve all of your home comfort needs, give us a call or visit our website. We have been proudly serving the Kansas City area for over 30 years and can put that experience toward making sure you are 100 percent satisfied with your repairs or equipment.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Overland Park, Kansas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
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