4 Reasons Why You Need a Maintenance Agreement
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Preventative maintenance is important in prolonging the life of your plumbing, heating and cooling systems, and Action Mechanical makes it easy to keep up on water heater flushes, filter changes, pressure checks and more with our comprehensive residential maintenance agreements. Not only will you extend how long your equipment operates, but you will also reduce the chance of costly repairs and emergency services popping up unexpectedly, conserve energy and keep your home safe. Read on to learn how our maintenance agreements will take the headache out of caring for your home.
Preserve Your Systems
Plumbing and HVAC systems are expensive investments, so ensuring that they will operate efficiently for years to come goes far in keeping more money in your wallet. With two preventative maintenance checks per year included in the maintenance agreement, you will keep up with tasks like inspections, calibration, and pre-cooling and preheating checks that will allow your system to stay in tip-top shape for years to come.
Surprise system failures not only often require expensive repairs, but they can put your life on hold while you’re dealing with the clean-up and hassle that goes along with plumbing, heating and cooling outages. With a maintenance agreement from Action Mechanical, those issues are kept at bay. During our regular preventative maintenance checks, we’ll locate areas of potential component and system failure and bring them to your attention so they can be fixed before they lead to disaster.
Lower Energy Bills
One of the goals throughout the duration of your maintenance agreement is to ensure that your HVAC system is operating on the least amount of energy possible. Our regular inspections include unit cleaning and filter replacement, both of which allow air to flow more freely and your system to run more efficiently. This conservation in energy consumption will translate directly into savings on your utility bills.
Keep Your Family Safe and Healthy
Conducting regular maintenance on your HVAC system helps control the air quality in your home, and will better protect your family from pollen, fungi and bacteria build-up that can trigger allergy symptoms and asthma attacks. In addition, it is important to remember to change out your home’s HVAC filter regularly between technician visits. Also, during your semi-annual maintenance inspection, your equipment will undergo safety checks that will ensure everything is running smoothly. Things like leaks in your furnace that can allow carbon monoxide to enter your home will be detected before there is the chance of harm to your family.
Although most maintenance agreements include two annual visits to your home by an Action Mechanical licensed technician, the amount of appointments can vary depending on your household’s needs. Call Action Mechanical today to learn more about how we can help you in the maintenance of your your plumbing, heating and cooling systems.