Why Should I Get an HVAC Maintenance Agreement?

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So you went out and bought an HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) unit, and now you are faced with an essential question. Should you protect that purchase with an HVAC Maintenance Agreement? There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding HVAC Maintenance Agreements. There are sound reasons for getting a maintenance agreement, but the most critical question to ask yourself is: Do I feel comfortable not having one? If the HVAC system needs repairing or replacement, can your budget absorb those costs without much difficulty? A service agreement brings peace of mind that you’ll never be without heat or cooling.

Let’s start by learning what exactly comes with an HVAC Maintenance Agreement. An HVAC Maintenance Agreement is a contract between the customer and the service provider where the customer pays a set amount, and the provider performs routine maintenance on the HVAC unit. Some contracts include a priority treatment clause, which will come in handy if the HVAC dies at the worst possible moment (think mid-summer or mid-winter). The customer with an agreement jumps to the front of the line.

One of the most significant benefits to the HVAC Maintenance Agreement is regular maintenance on the unit. Just like a car needs regular maintenance done to catch small issues before they become expensive problems, the same is true with an HVAC system. Through routine maintenance, you can rest easy knowing that your purchase is being cared for and protected for when you need it the most.

The final case for an HVAC Maintenance Agreement is the preventative cost measures associated with the plan. Customers typically have several plans presented to them through their HVAC provider. Many of them will include repairs being fully or partially covered. If the technician detects a problem during routine maintenance or repairs are needed on a cold or scorching day, the fixes are included in the cost of doing business. Older HVAC units are no longer under warranty, so the best way to save money is to have regular maintenance before peak seasonal use. Plus it is comforting to know that when disaster strikes, the repairmen will be visiting your house first.

The HVAC Maintenance Agreement, provides security, financial coverage, and peace of mind.

If you have questions about an HVAC Maintenance Agreement contact Good Deals Heating and Cooling at 215-947-1166.