Inspection Is The Key

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Regular inspection and maintenance will keep your heating and cooling system operating at its peak performance level. Here are some reasons you should schedule a heating & cooling tune-up twice a year:

•   Required by manufacturers to keep your warranty valid
•   Ensures your system works at an optimum level
•   Helps reduce your utility bills
•   Can prevent costly repair bills by uncovering small problems before they become expensive ones

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  2. I appreciate what you said about preventing costly repairs by uncovering small problems before they become expensive ones. Sometimes uncovering those problems isn’t the easiest thing to do. However, a more frequent inspection might help with that. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Thanks for sharing this advice on taking care of your air conditioning system! This would have been really nice to know six months ago before I started neglecting my HVAC system. Now I have a broken air conditioner in this hot weather. I’ll be sure to follow this guide once I find a repairman and get the air conditioner working again.

  4. I got pretty frustrated with my HVAC company hounding me about having my air conditioner inspected frequently. I didn’t see the point of spending the extra money just to have someone take a look around every so often. When my air conditioner stopped working this past summer, the company came out and informed me I needed a whole new system. They also told me that if I had regular maintenance and inspections done on it, I would not have had that problem. Now that I have a new air conditioner, you better believe I signed up for the maintenance and inspection program. It is definitely worth it!

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