Commercial HVAC Maintenance Agreement: What Is It & Do You Need One?
Climate Control Company offers commercial HVAC maintenance agreements for our customers so their HVAC systems are regularly serviced to keep them running at peak performance. Maintenance agreements give business owners peace of mind knowing they are being proactive against the likelihood of unnecessary breakdowns, avoiding loss of productivity and income. These agreements make it easier to catch issues with heating and air conditioning units before they become expensive repairs or replacements.
Following are some characteristics of an HVAC maintenance agreement and why one may be needed for your business.
Commercial HVAC Maintenance Agreements Provide Security
A yearly commercial HVAC maintenance agreement, such as Climate Control Company’s Comfort Club Membership, guarantees priority services for any future repairs that may need addressed on either cooling or heating systems. You want your customers and employees to always be comfortable regardless of the outside temperature. Making sure your furnace or AC unit is working properly will help you achieve that goal. When you have a maintenance agreement in place for annual seasonal equipment maintenance needs, you’ll no longer have to worry about scheduling. At Climate Control Company, we’ll take care of that for you as a perk of Comfort Club Membership.
Making the Most of Business Service Agreements
It’s better to maintain an HVAC system than to have to repair or replace one. Maintaining the furnace or air conditioning unit during off-seasons ensures that your business is cool enough in the spring and summer and warm enough in the fall and winter. Regular maintenance of air purifiers or other indoor air quality products can eliminate toxins in the air to keep your employees and customers breathing healthy air all year long.
When you have a commercial heating and air conditioning maintenance agreement, you provide your customers and employees with the healthiest, most comfortable environment possible. You’ll also protect your HVAC investment for years to come. A commercial maintenance agreement also allows you to fully focus on your business without worrying about the loss of cash flow due to heating or cooling breakdowns.
If you’re in Glenwood Springs, Vail, or Roaring Fork, CO, contact Climate Control Company today to set up a commercial HVAC maintenance agreement for your business.