A preventative maintenance agreement gives you peace of mind for your HVAC investment. A well-maintained HVAC system keeps your Goodyear, AZ, home comfortable and energy costs lower. Here are some reasons investing in a preventative maintenance agreement helps your HVAC system work better:
Having annual HVAC maintenance keeps your system efficient, which saves you money on your energy bills. Regular maintenance extends the life of your HVAC system and lowers the chances of needing to replace it prematurely. Most manufacturers need proof of annual maintenance for any repair claims under warranty.
HVAC systems last between 15 and 20 years, but reducing the number of repairs maximizes your investment. Our experts will find small issues during routine maintenance before they become expensive problems. Some long-term AC problems can cost you thousands of dollars to repair.
Improve Your Air Quality
On average, indoor air quality is two to five times higher than outdoor levels, and in can be 100 times higher in denser areas. Poor air quality can worsen conditions such as asthma and allergies. Pollutants such as pet dander, dust mites, pollen and cigarette smoke can travel through your vents.
Time is money in business, and employees are the lifeblood. Poorly maintained commercial HVAC systems can gather allergens, and employees can get sick from breathing in debris. Preventive maintenance changes the filter and cleans the vents to keep it running smoothly.
Help the Environment
A well-maintained HVAC system uses fewer fossil fuels, which is good for the environment. The EPA has been working to phase out substances harmful to the environment. Our service technicians handle controlled refrigerants and know the types that would work for you.
Preventive maintenance agreements take away the stress of something going wrong. For AC, heating and IAQ issues, both residential and commercial systems benefit from preventive maintenance. If you have any questions about annual preventive maintenance for your HVAC system, call REEis Air Conditioning to schedule an appointment today.
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