A HVAC Repair Contract Could Save You Time And Money Long-Term
Summer is here and the heat is slowly increasing in most parts of the country, with some locations having reached the low hundreds already. And that means it's time to break out the AC and cool down your home or office.
But is your HVAC system in the best condition possible? On average, an HVAC unit can last 12 years, and that's with good servicing and maintenance.
So, if you want to get the most out of your system this summer, it's recommended that you get an inspection as soon as possible before the months get too warm. Generally, inspections should be performed at least twice a year and by professional HVAC service companies.
It can be a little annoying to have to bust out the local HVAC companies' numbers every six months or so, or to have to hunt down the number when you have an emergency. Generally, a good way to avoid this, especially in the case of commercial HVAC, is to enter into a contract.
There are many benefits to entering into a contract with HVAC contractors, especially if you have more expensive and costly equipment either at home or in the office. A pool, for instance, could be a major concern due to the humidity that it creates, requiring poolpak servicing. Keeping an HVAC company on contract means that, when an emergency comes, you can get the poolpak servicing you need quickly.
And avoid the pesky calling and waiting that comes from not being on a contract.
You can also expect to get more out of your unit, allowing it to last longer because of the constant care and repair that comes with the contract. That means less need to constantly check on your system.
The biggest feature, however, is the emergency repair service that can be part of the contract. Knowing that the company can and will be there as soon as possible can set your mind at ease. A contract makes it so that you are one of their priority cases in your time of need.
You can also save tons of money by only paying an annual, or bi-annual, fee that covers all routine servicing and a number of emergency visits. That means that it won't break the bank to repair a standard system or to invest in a luxury system repair like poolpak servicing.
If you have any questions about a contract with an HVAC company or poolpak servicings, please feel free to contact us. We'll be happy to help.