Benefits of a Heat Pump Maintenance Plan
HVAC maintenance agreements exist so that your heating and air conditioning system remains functioning to the best of its ability throughout all types of weather. Maintenance plans help ensure that your equipment is serviced in a timely and affordable manner. A heat pump that is regularly serviced will spend less time running, work at a greater capacity, function more efficiently and reduce your monthly utility bill. In fact, properly maintaining your heat pump can increase its capacity between 10 percent and 25 percent. Maintenance plans also help prevent potentially expensive equipment breakdowns and improve humidity control inside a house or workplace.
What Happens During an HVAC Maintenance Visit?
Heating and air conditioning equipment should ideally be serviced at least once a year. The optimal number of air conditioner and heat pump maintenance checks a year is two — once in the fall and once in the spring before extreme weather hits. During each maintenance call, a technician will perform a number of agreed upon services. In spring, these may include cleaning and replacing filters, checking for leaks, cleaning coils, lubricating bearings and motors, inspecting thermostat operation and more. In fall, technicians may perform tasks like tune up and adjust burners, check for gas leaks and proper vent drafting, ensure adequate airflow, examine belts and more.
Heating and Air Conditioning System Maintenance Plans
Keeping your heating and air conditioning unit in prime condition improves its efficiency and extends its lifespan. You save money on utility bills and costly repairs when you maintain cooling and heating equipment properly. In addition, many maintenance plans include special package deals designed to save customers money on repairs and tuneups. Ful-Bro Heating and Air Conditioning offers maintenance plans for all types of HVAC equipment. For more information about how to properly maintain your heat pump or cooling unit, call Ful-Bro Heating and Air Conditioning at .