Oct 01 2015

Everything you own that has an operational mechanism – your car, for example – needs regular maintaining in order to function properly and for a long time. Considering that your heating and cooling system works just about as hard – if not harder – than anything else you rely on for comfort and convenience, it’s important that you invest in making sure it’s maintained regularly.

Heating and Cooling System Maintenance Decreases the Strain on Your System

Using your car as an example, what do you think would happen if you forgot – or worse, purposely chose not – to change its oil? Eventually, your car’s engine would start to malfunction because its parts weren’t lubricated enough. As a result, the added strain would lead to your car breaking down. The same applies to your HVAC unit.

Increases the Efficiency of Your System

Of course, when you take care of your cooling and heating system, it runs more efficiently because it doesn’t have to deal with this added strain. When your system runs more efficiently, it lasts longer because it requires fewer repairs. The result of a more efficient system and fewer repairs is more money in your pocket.

Identifies Faulty Parts Early

Speaking of repairs, when you find faulty parts early on before malfunctions begin to happen, you avoid major breakdowns in the future that can be extremely costly. With a maintenance plan, you’re able to detect these faulty parts before they create a crisis. Although this is an upfront investment, it pays off over your system’s lifespan.

Alleviates Safety Concerns

When you’re dealing with a cooling and heating system, there are many variables to take into account. One of these is safety. For example, heating equipment that runs through the combustion of fuel can present a safety risk through carbon monoxide leaks. This makes annual HVAC inspections especially important for your health.

Extends the Life of Your System

All of the aforementioned points lead to the biggest one: regularly maintaining your cooling and heating system extends the life of your HVAC system. It’s easy to ignore the HVAC system as it’s out of sight and out of mind, but considering that it’s an integral part of your daily life, it should garner the attention it deserves.

For more information about how to regularly maintain your HVAC system, read about how a maintenance plan can save you money or contact us at (912) 225-0166.

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