Have you heard the old saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”? This is especially true when it comes to items around your household, like your  HVAC system. A single broken component in your air conditioner or heating unit can end up costing you hundreds of dollars to replace. If this occurs around a holiday or after you have taken on extra expenses, the cost of this repair can be a burden on you and your family.

Instead of letting a broken down unit or replacement need take you by surprise, you can prepare yourself by knowing the condition of your HVAC system and its parts. One good way to do this is with an HVAC maintenance plan. Not only does a maintenance plan help you keep your system well-cleaned and lubricated, but it will also give you the chance to have your equipment inspected by an HVAC professional.

How Does an HVAC Maintenance Plan Help Save You Time and Money?

Regular inspections as part of an HVAC maintenance plan can help you be aware of the condition of the inside of the unit and anticipate the need to replace key components that may be close to wearing out. Having a technician take a regular look at your unit allows them to monitor the condition of these components and spot potential breakdowns that may threaten the life of the unit. With a trained eye, an expert can see the wear and tear that can contribute to key parts breaking down over time. Fixing or replacing these parts before they have a chance to fully wear out can save you the hassle of having to make an emergency repair call in the middle of the night.

An HVAC maintenance plan also helps ensure that your system gets the TLC it needs to continue running optimally. As part of your maintenance visit, a trained HVAC technician will not only inspect your unit for issues but also clean and lubricate your system’s parts to keep it running smoothly. The more smoothly and efficiently your system operates over time, the more money you can save on operational costs over time. Not to mention, this routine maintenance care can even extend the life of your unit, meaning you won’t need a new AC or heater right away.

What Does an HVAC Maintenance Plan Include and How Does It Work?

As part of a regular HVAC maintenance plan, a qualified HVAC technician will visit your home or business on a regular schedule to check on the condition and function of the unit. He or she will inspect the quality of vital parts and take note of any issues with key components. During this check, the technician can change the filter in your AC system and perform any small repairs that will improve the overall function of the unit.

As we mentioned before, this helps to prolong the lifespan of the unit. But it also helps keep you in compliance with any manufacturers warranty you may have on the unit in case the need arises to make a claim. Keeping the unit in optimal shape also helps to ensure you get the most effective operation out of the heating and cooling system, which keeps your utility costs down.

If you’re interested in getting an HVAC maintenance plan for your home or business, contact Brody Pennell Heating & Air Conditioning today. We offer maintenance plans for every budget and schedule. Our HVAC technicians have the experience and knowledge to keep your unit in good condition for many years to come. Call us now to learn more: (310) 896-4911.


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