Your HVAC system is one of the largest and most expensive systems at work in your home. The way you maintain this system will determine the quality of service you receive from it, as well as its overall lifespan. Investing in a preventative maintenance program is a great way to ensure your system is in great shape all of the time. Here are a few reasons to consider this program.
1. Better Energy Efficiency
When a system is well maintained it simply works more efficiently. A system that is working efficiently will maintain temperatures more steadily and will use less energy. Using less energy results in lower energy bills each month. According to our sources, it’s estimated that 5% of all the electricity produced in the United States is from home AC units. This costs homeowners about $11 billion each year. You can significantly cut the cost of your energy bills by maintaining your system properly through a preventative maintenance program.
2. More Comfort
You want your system to do its job. You want a cool house in the summer and a warm house in the winter. Waking up during a heat wave to a poorly functioning home AC is not what you’re looking for. You’ve invested a lot of money into your system, but the system will only be as good as its maintenance. A preventative maintenance program from a reliable HVAC company can ensure that your home is comfortable year-round. This way, you can feel peace of mind that it will be working properly on the hottest and coldest days of the year.
3. Better Air Quality
Most people don’t consider the impact that their HVAC system has on their home’s air quality, but this is actually the second most important function of the system. Not only is your system working hard to maintain certain temps in the home, but it’s also working hard to maintain certain air quality standards.
Your system runs a filtration system that is constantly cleaning the air that is entering your home. If these filters aren’t changed routinely, then the system can’t clean the air properly. Your system is also working to maintain certain humidity levels. When maintenance isn’t kept up, these air quality control functions won’t work as well. The air quality of your home will start to suffer.
If you are looking for a reliable preventative maintenance program, then please call us today. We will be happy to inspect your system and set you up with routine maintenance today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have as well.