Yearly HVAC Maintenance Checklist Harrison OHFor a client in Okeana OH, the dreaded moment when you realize something’s amiss at home hit one Thursday night when his wife said it all: “The house feels hot.” As the thermostat revealed a temperature 4 degrees above the desired setting, Nick P. knew the air conditioning was on the fritz. And to make matters worse, a heatwave was on the horizon, with scorching +90-degree days ahead. Panic set in, and the questions started flooding Nick’s mind.

  • What if he couldn’t find a technician right away?
  • What if the repair required an elusive part on backorder?
  • What if this was the worst-case scenario, needing a whole new unit?

Luckily, the problem was simply a blown AC capacitor that we were able to quickly fix. However, this is an emergency that could have been avoided with a yearly HVAC maintenance plan. In Nick’s own words:

In conclusion, while the cost of an HVAC maintenance plan may seem like an added expense, it’s an investment that offers numerous financial and practical benefits. Lower energy bills, extended system lifespan, improved indoor air quality, and enhanced comfort are just a few of the advantages that make having a maintenance plan well worth the cost. It’s a proactive measure that not only saves money but also ensures a more pleasant and healthy living or working environment.

~Nick P.

You can click here to read his experience.

Why Yearly Maintenance Matters:

  1. Extend Your HVAC System’s Lifespan: Regular maintenance can significantly extend the lifespan of your HVAC system. By catching problems early, you prevent them from escalating into costly repairs down the road.
  2. Optimize Energy Efficiency: An efficiently running HVAC system saves you money on energy bills. Maintenance ensures your system operates at peak efficiency, reducing energy wastage.
  3. Prevent Emergency Calls: Don’t wait for a breakdown to call a technician. Yearly maintenance programs can identify and resolve issues before they lead to emergency situations, especially when you least expect them.
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