When it comes to seasonal HVAC inspections, who would you rather call? A company you’ve never worked with, or a local HVAC technician who’s already familiar with your home and HVAC equipment?
Like most homeowners, you probably went for the local HVAC services. Having a team of experienced professionals who are familiar with your home is not only a weight off of your shoulders, but it might actually save you money in the long run. Here are a few reasons you should consider entering into a service contract with local HVAC services.
A service contract is recommended if you’ve already been working with the same HVAC company for a period of time. A service contract with a reputable, local HVAC company not only ensures you’ll get the same quality of service with every inspection, it also guarantees those services will come at a fixed price. A service contract can be especially useful if your HVAC systems have been piling on the years. Also, companies tend to give faster response times to their HVAC service contract customers.
Regularly Scheduled Maintenance
This is something that you should handle as a homeowner anyway, but one of the benefits of a service contract is expertly scheduled check-ups. Inspections should take place at least twice annually: during the spring and during the fall. But having a contract means that scheduling these inspections is usually taken care of for you. So say goodbye to forgetting to schedule those inspections your HVAC system needs.
This is probably the biggest advantage of having a service contract with a local HVAC company. Committing your loyalty to a local HVAC service means that you’re a top priority for them. No matter what the issue might be, you’re guaranteed service for any kind of emergency. In addition, emergency service means you have access to repair and maintenance services at any hour of the day, even if your issues don’t occur during regular business hours.
Approximately two-thirds of all homes in the U.S. have air conditioning, and if yours is one of them you should definitely be considering a service contract with your local HVAC company.