Why should I have maintenance on my HVAC System?
Many people who make an investment in a HVAC system or a new home fail to properly maintain the HVAC system reducing system capacity, increasing energy usage and unnecessary repairs. Your air conditioner is like your car. It needs proper attention and maintenance to run efficient. Research shows that a dirty or unmaintained HVAC system can cost an additional 20% in operating cost.
You wouldn't drive a car without changing the oil for 100,000 miles. The same exact logic goes for HVAC systems. Regular HVAC preventative maintenance is the best way to avoid trouble and low performance.
Interested in saving money:
Well you can by maintaining your HVAC system. A unit that runs efficient means less money spent on electricity and repair bills. Annual maintenance can also help keep your system from major repairs, extending its life. With the proper maintenance, home or business owners can save up to 50%.
Want to save even more money? You can by signing an Echols Energy Saving Maintenance Agreement. By becoming an Echols member you instantly qualify to save even more. And as a member the savings only continue to multiply. Members of Echols's maintenance program instantly receive discounts on parts and labor. Echols customers who sign a maintenance agreement also receive priority service if needed.
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A properly maintained system not only keeps your system running efficiently, it also helps prevent poor air quality. Clean filters and coils mean cleaner, healthier air for the whole family. A system that is not maintained can be breeding ground for mold, mildew and bacteria that can cause respiratory problems. Do you suffer from headaches, earaches, sneezing, coughing or chest pain? Dirty or unmaintained air conditioning systems or duct work may be the culprit. Ask our technician about other air quality products to enhance the removal of dirt, dust, bacteria and humidity control.
The better a person maintains their HVAC system the longer the system will last. A well maintained unit can last well over 10 years. Considering the cost of new HVAC systems, doesn’t it make sense to want to keep yours running as long as you can?
A maintained HVAC system has been proven to be less likely to need emergency service, however, in the event you do, 24/7 service is available.