We say it all the time: regular professional maintenance is necessary for having a consistently functional HVAC system that will keep running for as long as possible. This is true of both residential and commercial HVAC systems. But you might still have some questions. Does your HVAC system benefit enough from maintenance to make it worth the cost? Let us introduce you to our residential and commercial maintenance programs.
Johansen & Anderson Inc Blog: Archive for the ‘Our Maintenance Plan’ Category
Think of the last time a technician visited your home to work on your heating and air conditioning equipment. If you’re like most people, you called a technician because something was wrong with your heating or cooling equipment, and you probably only do this every few years. Yet most technicians recommend servicing your equipment once or twice a year.
Regular HVAC maintenance helps to keep your equipment running smoothly and it can reduce the cost of operation. Your equipment may even last longer than expected, but you have to keep up with annual maintenance sessions. What’s the best way to do this? An HVAC maintenance program from a local technician.
Ready to start saving money in the new year? It’s time to make some major changes in your life, especially if you want to cut back on your energy bills and start saving big. Signing up for a maintenance program with a local HVAC (heating and air conditioning company) is a great place to start. The right HVAC company can enter you into a heating and AC maintenance agreement that helps you save on the systems that tend to use the most energy.
Many of us have been in the frustrating position of having to call in a contractor at an inconvenient time. One such situation you want to avoid is having to call in a technician when your heating system breaks down in the middle of winter. But this is when it’s most likely to run into issues: when it’s working it’s hardest on a cold winter day or night.
There is something you can do to prevent this, however. Scheduling maintenance services in the fall can help to prevent heating problems in the winter. And scheduling this service year after year can help you to save a whole lot of money. That’s why we recommend joining a maintenance program for your heating and air conditioning equipment.