- Emergency repairs cost way more than preventive maintenance. Picture the hottest day of summer, when the AC is working its hardest to keep you cool. Then imagine an emergency repair. (Air conditioning units always stop working at 7PM on Saturday night, never at a convenient time slot!) The headache and the emergency repair bills are definitely something to avoid – and preventive maintenance is the key to avoiding this situation before the mercury starts to spike.
- Cleaner air can be part of your spring cleaning plans. Spring HVAC inspection can help prescribe needed spring cleaning. Clean up your indoor air quality by reducing build up in the filters, ducts and coils of your HVAC system.
- You’ll save money (and everyone wants to). Preventive maintenance will ensure your HVAC system is running at its best. A spring HVAC inspection will audit your system’s performance and detect any areas causing your system to be working inefficiently. Once corrected, your system, working at its highest potential, is almost guaranteed to save you some serious cash on your monthly energy bill.
- You’ll extend the life of your HVAC system. Start this spring with an HVAC inspection, and you’ll likely find your entire system lasts longer. Regular preventive maintenance of your heating and cooling units extends their lifespan and therefore, saves you money.
Spring is in the air. The trees are blooming. The birds are chirping and the promise of summer tantalizes our senses. While spring fever may be your current state of mind, be sure to clear some space for a spring HVAC inspection before the last April shower comes and goes. 4 Reasons You Should Schedule Your Spring HVAC Inspection Now: