To keep your system running smoothly, they (and we) recommend yearly maintenance checks for both your heating and cooling systems. It’s incredibly important to have a skilled, trained professional service your system. Need more to go on? Here are our top 5 reasons for recommending a regular HVAC maintenance program to our customers:
Catch problems before they’re a big deal
System tune-ups will keep your system running as reliably as possible by catching problems before they turn into breakdowns or inefficiencies. Like a car, your HVAC system will have a shorter life and operate less efficiently without regular maintenance. Something like a broken ignitor is easy and inexpensive to fix, but if you ignore it, it can eventually lead your system to shut down.
When your HVAC system is running as efficiently as possible, it saves you money on your utility bill, especially if it’s installed properly and serviced regularly. operating at peak performance with a regular maintenance
Save time (and head space)
When you have an ongoing maintenance agreement, you don’t have to add yet another thing to your home maintenance to-do list because your HVAC service provider will do it for you! Sign up and when it’s time for maintenance, they will contact you to schedule.
Some maintenance agreements, including Capital’s, offer discounts on parts and labor for members and waive overtime charges if you need service at night or on the weekends. We can offer lower maintenance costs to all of our members because memberships help us group service calls, making it less expensive for everyone.
With a maintenance agreement, you have more control over your budget. Typically, there are monthly, quarterly, or yearly payment options that allow you to pay at intervals that make sense for you.
Our Comfort Care memberships
To help you extend the life of your system and save money, we offer a yearly planned maintenance membership option: our Comfort Care program. As a member, you never have to remember to schedule your yearly maintenance call (we contact you) or worry about needless increases in your energy bill. It also decreases the chances that you’ll need to manage a heating or cooling emergency.