It Pays to Invest in Preventive Maintenance

It Pays to Invest in Preventive Maintenance

Regardless of the season, keeping your home comfortable requires a reliable HVAC system. Despite that, many people overlook the routine care that the equipment requires in order to function properly. For other homeowners, the annual upkeep bills are considered to be expendable when things inevitably get tight. They don’t understand that the potential long term costs of neglecting the HVAC system are far greater than the short term savings.

Regularly scheduled preventive maintenance finds minor damage before it leads to major problems. The consequences of a system with a worn belt, a small leak or dirty condenser coil aren’t immediately apparent. Dirty coils cause the compressor to work overtime, driving up your energy bills. A water leak can damage your home’s foundation or break the air conditioner.

During an annual preventive maintenance visit from a qualified technician, you can expect the following:

  1. The full HVAC system will be checked to make sure none of the parts are worn or malfunctioning.
  2. All areas of your HVAC will be tested for efficiency, including the heating, cooling and ventilation systems.
  3. The whole system will be proactively examined for potential concerns.
  4. You will have a thorough explanation of what was performed and found during the visit and receive recommendations for how to proceed.

You expect your home to shelter you from the elements and Aggressive Mechanical Contractors can make sure it does that. Our professional contractors have been working with homes in Monmouth County, N.J. for three generations. Call us today to learn why so many New Jersey homeowners rely on us.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in the Tulsa and Broken Arrow, Oklahoma area about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). For more information about preventative maintenance and other HVAC topics, download our free Home Comfort Guide or call us at 918-217-8273.

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