Typically, the air comfort system in a home uses more energy than all other systems combined. This means your heating/cooling setup, commonly referred to as your HVAC system, besides being expensive to purchase is also costly to operate. Any steps that can be taken to minimize these expenditures are valuable and one of the most important has been proven to be signing up for a reliable HVAC service plan.
An HVAC service plan is an inexpensive way to ensure your indoor air comfort equipment is properly maintained and regularly checked for optimal performance. Just like tuning up your car will help prolong its mechanical well being, leading to good economy and driving performance, tuning up your heating and A/C equipment will ensure its longevity and maximum operating performance.
If your home’s currently covered through a home warranty company you may feel secure that this will protect your furnace or A/C in the event of a breakdown. Unlike an HVAC service plan however, a typical home warranty doesn’t include any regular maintenance services and, in the event of a system breakdown, may even deny your claim if you can’t prove that your equipment has received regular maintenance prior to the problem occurring. If they do allow the claim, you’ll probably be faced with having to pay a deductible as well as additional costs for a repair job that will often take longer and not be up to the standards you expect.
With a service plan such as those offered here at Pacific Aire, Inc., you receive annual maintenance on your equipment, priority service if you require repairs, plus discounts (20% or 30%) and a lifetime warranty on all repairs. Best of all, you get the peace of mind of knowing that regular maintenance will not only lower energy use but also prevent the need for most repairs.
For more than 20 years, Pacific Aire, Inc. has been the number one choice for residents needing HVAC service in Ventura and Santa Barbara. Contact us to learn more about our top-notch service plan options or for info/advice on any indoor air comfort/quality topics.
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