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Are Seasonal Maintenance Plans Worth the Investment?

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Preventative maintenance agreements are a great way to protect your HVAC equipment from damage and breakdowns.

People seem to have a lot of questions about maintenance agreements. Our customer service agents field questions like these every day:

  • What do maintenance agreements cover?
  • How much do they cost?
  • How often will someone from Brummitt visit my house?
  • Is it really worth it to purchase a maintenance plan?

Keep reading for some helpful advice from the experts about HVAC preventative maintenance agreements.

First, the cost of each family's maintenance plan is calculated individually. The cost depends on how many HVAC units are included in the plan and how many inspections are scheduled for the year. We normally recommend biannual inspections for our residential customers. This is a great way to make sure your furnace is ready for the winter and your air conditioner is prepared to handle the summer heat.

Preventative maintenance agreements typically cover routine inspection, lubrication, and adjustments necessary to keep your equipment running properly and efficiently. During these inspections, the technician may identify belts, fans, or other components that are wearing down. Replacing these parts before they completely break down is one of the biggest benefits of maintenance plans, because it can prevent you from losing air conditioning in the dead of summer.

Brummitt recommends preventative maintenance plans to each of our clients, even those who have brand new HVAC equipment. This is because some HVAC manufacturers require regular inspections in order for their warranties to remain valid. So for continued protection, comfort, energy efficiency, and peace of mind, you can't beat seasonal maintenance plans.

For 20 years, Brummitt HVAC has provided maintenance agreements for families all over the Oxford, NC area. Contact us with your questions about Brummitt's preventative maintenance agreements.