System Maintenance Is Crucial

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System Maintenance - Climate Control Company
Wouldn’t it be great if we could could jump in our cars each day, turn the ignition and just drive? Unfortunately, it’s not that easy…. we have to maintain our vehicles so they start each day, run smoothly and don’t leave us stranded. The same outlook applies to our home’s heating and cooling system, which needs regular and effective maintenance on order to keep it operating at peak efficiency and keep us comfortable.

At Climate Control Company, we know that regular air conditioning and heating maintenance helps keep your system operating efficiently and can save you money on your utility bills. It also can prevent costly and premature repairs and helps protect our environment, especially when it comes to detecting and fixing air conditioning refrigerant leaks. Not only does a leaking air conditioner threaten the environment, it is also one of the leading causes of A/C system failure. The Environmental Protection Agency has reported that a system only one-half pound low on refrigerant can lead to as much as 20% more utility usage. Plus, if you check out the fine print on your system’s home warranty details, you will find it is void if regular maintenance is not performed.

Some folks may say that regular maintenance really doesn’t make a difference on how your system functions. Of course, that is simply not true. Regular and effective maintenance can:

  • Improve your comfort
  • Extend your system life
  • Save up to 10-30% on utility costs
  • Reduce the likelihood of HVAC breakdowns
  • Meet warranty requirements
  • Save on repair costs

At Climate Control, to accomplish that, we recommend a regular Precision Tune-Up for all heating and cooling systems, humidifiers and hot water heaters. In order to better serve our customers, we have created a program with multiple visits and discounts, which includes pre-paid tune-ups, priority client status, discounts off parts and labor and more. Call Climate Control to speak to our technicians about establishing a maintenance program today.

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