While the summer officially starts on June 21, homeowners in Merritt Island, Florida, have been battling the heat for months. Although you should have already performed preventive HVAC maintenance on your air conditioner, it’s never too late to schedule it. When you invest in an HVAC maintenance agreement, you won’t have to worry about that though.

Receive Two Precision Tune-Ups Per Year

Worrying about when to schedule preventive HVAC maintenance for your air conditioner or heater is a waste of energy. When you sign up for an HVAC maintenance agreement, you leave that task to a professional. You’ll receive two precision tune-ups per year – one in the spring for your cooling system and another in the fall for your heating system.

During a tune-up, a service technician will:

  • Check amperage and voltage on all motors
  • Lubricate all moving parts as needed
  • Check and clean condensate drain pan and drain line
  • Verify thermostat operation and accuracy
  • And much more to ensure your HVAC system is in good working order

Benefit From Priority Scheduling and Deep Discounts

One of the biggest benefits of preventive HVAC maintenance is it allows a service technician to find developing problems before they cause a major breakdown. When you sign up for an HVAC maintenance agreement, you’ll receive deep discounts on replacement parts. You’ll also receive priority scheduling and the preferred labor rate on all service calls.

Never Accrue Overtime Charges on Service Calls

The cost of investing in an HVAC maintenance agreement negates itself by lowering your utility and repair bills. When you schedule a service call, you’ll also never have to pay overtime charges. This might seem like a small savings, but every dollar adds up. You’ll also receive strong guarantees and warranties with an HVAC maintenance agreement.

Merritt Island Air & Heat offers a Blue Ribbon Maintenance Program that helps homeowners forget the stress of scheduling regular tune-ups. Contact our NATE-certified service technicians at 321-207-9170 to learn more.

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