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Oct 19 2017

How Can HVAC Maintenance Lengthen the Life of My Unit?

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HVAC systems are expensive home or business investments, and maintenance agreements take that into account. But how exactly do they do this? By conducting regular maintenance, you can reduce the chances of an unexpected breakdown or premature failure of a component. In turn, this can lengthen the overall life of your HVAC system. It saves money, too!

Avoid Major Problems

One of the biggest reasons for signing up for a maintenance agreement, such as the Comfort Club Membership, is to identify a small issue that is easy and cheap to fix. As a result, you can either avoid an unnecessary major repair or extend the period that will pass before the major repair needs to take place.

For example, a typical HVAC system has several motors that spin. To spin as smoothly, quietly and efficiently as possible, the motors have bearings that need regular lubrication. Without this lubrication, motors may prematurely fail. This can lead to unexpected and unnecessary repairs. In the best case scenario, your air handler will run far less efficiently, forcing you to pay more each month for your energy bill.

Provide Helpful Advice

Another great way maintenance agreements help lengthen the life of your heater and air conditioner is by having a professional review the condition of your system in person and give tailored advice based on his observations. By relying on extensive experience, the HVAC technician can identify things you might be able to do differently to improve the performance, longevity and efficiency of your heater or air conditioner.

Additionally, you'll have an opportunity to ask any questions you may have and get immediate answers. It's true you can always ask these questions over the telephone, but it's a lot easier to get an answer from someone onsite who can see the issue right in front of them.

If the benefits of maintenance agreements appeal to you, consider signing up for our Comfort Club Membership. To learn more about it, give our team at Comfort Services a call or send us an email at your earliest convenience.

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