You maintain your vehicle to avoid a crash caused by a blown tire or a breakdown caused by an overworked engine. You upkeep your home’s roof, plumbing and landscaping to prevent problems that can cause distress. Maintaining your HVAC system is just as essential, yet many homeowners in Roxboro, North Carolina, fail to schedule it regularly. Read on to learn how preventive HVAC maintenance helps homeowners save.

Improve HVAC Efficiency and Lower Monthly Energy Bills

It’s easy for your HVAC system to waste energy cooling and heating your home. It can lose conditioned air via leaky ductwork or strain itself to meet your desired temperature because you’ve had a clogged filter for weeks. Improving HVAC efficiency is the key to reducing energy waste and saving money. A service technician can determine where you’re wasting the most energy and perform the maintenance needed to rectify the issue. As a result, you’ll lower your energy bills.

Reduce Wear and Tear and Frequency of Breakdowns

Every part in your HVAC system has an important job, and there are hundreds. When one starts to malfunction, it can quickly lead to the entire system breaking down.

During a preventive HVAC maintenance visit, a service technician will carefully inspect your system to ensure all the parts are working effectively. The service technician can then repair any issues immediately before they turn into a significant expense later.

Extend System Lifespan and Avoid Premature Replacement

When you purchase your HVAC system, you expect it to last for at least 10 years or more before you invest in another. Without regular maintenance, your HVAC system will experience more wear and tear and frequent breakdowns. As a result, you’ll require a premature replacement. Preventive HVAC maintenance helps prevent that.

Ted’s HVAC offers a preventive maintenance agreement that includes a 10-percent discount on repairs and no overtime fees. To learn more about keeping your HVAC system in excellent working condition, contact our NATE-certified comfort advisors today at 919-446-1099.