A common misunderstanding is that a unit’s typical ten-year life span means that it can be relied on to run efficiently until it dies without any additional service. HVAC systems (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) require regular check-ups to ensure that they survive the years they are able to run at home. The service of your family vehicle is a familiar concept, which surprisingly is not much different from the care of the home climate system. It is common knowledge that in order to run safely, vehicles require regular service. It is completely irresponsible and risky if you try to drive your car to and from work, school for your children, or any of your other errands or enjoyable activities without changing the oil. Compared to replacing a seized engine, the cost of an oil change every few thousand miles is minuscule. Vehicle warranties apply only to owners who, despite recommended auto care, experience defects. Many manufacturers of climate equipment often reserve the right to refuse to repair systems that the consumer has ignored. If you don’t mind spending thousands of extra dollars on a new unit, it’s time to be optimistic. Visit us on Air Medics AC & Heating.
Daily Benefits With each month’s bill, one of the instant rewards of keeping a household system is reducing energy use and overall cost. Homeowners spend an average of $2,000 per year on utility costs, 49 percent of which is energy consumption for heating and cooling. Properly scheduled service is the most effective way to ensure that through leaky ducts or inefficient components, your home does not lose money.
Service technicians will inspect every inch of your equipment to find dirty, loose, or damaged parts that may threaten your family’s safety. Indoor climate systems are notorious for a number of common and preventable problems, such as loose fittings, overheated coils, low refrigerant freezing effects, and failure of compressors. In your house, even a neglected furnace will emit colorless, odorless, and deadly carbon monoxide.
Responsible Homeownership Improving security, minimizing utility bills, and extending your equipment’s life is made easy by committing to a maintenance plan. Providers are willing to provide pre-arranged service agreements, allowing busy homeowners to schedule as a discounted package deal any required check-up for the year. Crossing this job off the list gives way to peace of mind and more time to get to grips with the other joys of being a homeowner (like the plumbing or garage you avoided).