Picture this: You’ve had the same HVAC system for a long time. So long that you feel like it’s time to replace it with a newer machine. But if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it. Consider installing smart maintenance instead.
Smart maintenance can help improve the functionality of your already-existing unit without costing you anything to replace it. It can make your life easier, along with many other benefits. Let’s take a look at a few smart maintenance advantages.
You Won’t Have to Worry About Something Happening While You’re Not Home
If you take yearly vacations but find yourself stressed about your HVAC unit breaking while you’re gone, Smart Maintenance used with smart technology can ease your mind. Long gone are the days of fearing that you’re going to return to a hot and humid home. If something goes wrong with your unit while you’re gone, Smart Maintenance will email you and your contractor the issue; your issue can be handled while you’re gone, ensuring your home’s safety and comfort upon your return.
The HVAC Repair Person Will Not Waste Anyone’s Time
When the HVAC service repair person needs to come into your home to fix the problem, you won’t have to worry about them wasting time. When your HVAC company is alerted of a problem, smart maintenance will tell them what the problem is specifically. This means they won’t have to spend a lot of time trying to figure out what’s wrong when they get to your house. They’ll be able to take care of the problem and allow you to get on with your day as quickly as possible.
You May Not Need the Standard “Twice-a-Year” Checkup
Smart Maintenance runs a maintenance check each month and sends a monthly report on how well your system is operating compared to the prior month.
As a homeowner, you’re probably used to getting your system inspected by HVAC service companies a few times a year. In fact, efficient HVAC systems require inspections twice a year. But with smart maintenance, an inspection is only going to be required as needed. Smart maintenance will alert you if an inspection needs to take place. If you don’t get an alert, you don’t need to worry about it. Not only could this cut back on the inspections, but it can also save you a lot of money and time.
HVAC units are extremely useful in all homes across the United States. But with the help of smart maintenance, you can get the most out of your system regardless if it’s new or old. Smart maintenance can save you money, time, and can put your mind at ease.