Why Maintenance Is Important
It is easy to assume that because your HVAC system worked perfectly last year that it should just kick on when you tell it to, right? Checking the condition of your systems before they become a necessity ensures working order and helps you to combat emergency situations.
How Often Should You Have Your HVAC Maintenance Done
Seasonal maintenance is highly recommended for all residential HVAC units. By having your units scheduled for routine maintenance twice a year, once for heating and once for cooling, you will be able to avoid costly repairs and be prepared for future parts replacements or future unit replacements before they become urgent.
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Maintenance Helps You Save Money and Energy
Your HVAC system probably cost you a pretty penny to install. Just like the rest of your home and your vehicles, your HVAC needs to be properly maintained to avoid repairs and replacements. Routine maintenance helps keep your systems as clean as possible, not only improving the health of your home and family but also increasing efficiency. Better efficiency means less energy output which leads to lower utility bills!
Your HVAC technician will expect natural wear and tear and may suggest updating failing components before they are in need of replacement, safeguarding you from needing costly emergency repairs.
A Minnick’s Home Energy Audit will take a look at your units, duct work, insulation, and more, and could help to lower your energy bill significantly. The sooner you schedule, the more you’ll save!
We all love the first brisk day of autumn but we also know how quickly brisk can turn to chilling cold. Be prepared this winter by scheduling your HVAC routine maintenance in late summer. By arranging your heating maintenance early you’ll be able to schedule on your own time and catch any impending problems before they become major issues.
Cooling systems should be serviced in the early spring for a few reasons. You don’t want to get stuck on the first hot day of summer with an air conditioner that isn’t cooling properly and have to wait for emergency service while the temperature in your home continues to rise.
Scheduling your HVAC maintenance in spring will allow you to be able to get a service time that works best for your family as many people will wait until the warm weather sets in before testing their systems and flood the service calendar with repairs and replacements.
Discover Whole-Home Comfort with Minnick’s Maintenance Plans. Our Remote HVAC Maintenance Plan offers breakdown prevention by monitoring your systems remotely and alerting you if there is a problem. This allows us to schedule maintenance in real-time!
With Minnick’s Standard HVAC Maintenance Plan, a trained technician will service your equipment twice a year and both plans include our VIP Rewards Club Membership providing you with priority-front-of-line scheduling!
Learn More About Minnick’s HVAC Maintenance and Repairs Services
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