Why Should I Sign Up For A Maintenance Agreement?

Why Should I Sign Up For A Maintenance Agreement?

Your heating and air conditioning systems operates at full capacity about 3,300 hours each year. To put that in perspective, the average daily commute is about 50 minutes round trip. It would take almost 16 years (15.84) of commuting to work before your car runs as much as your HVAC operates in a single year.

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Would you drive your car 16 years before you changed the oil, or scheduled a tune up? Of course not! Likewise, your heating and air conditioning system, responsible for the comfort of your home and family, requires regular and proper maintenance. Maintenance plans are the best way to protect your investment and ensure your unit runs as efficiently as possible.

In this video, Elizabeth Harwood discusses the educational method by which All American approaches changeouts, as well as the benefits of a Maintenance Plan:

Maintenance Agreements Protect Your HVAC Investment

For homeowners, heating and air conditioning is a significant investment. Irregular and improper maintenance will shorten the lifespan of your unit. We recommend maintenance agreements to ensure your unit is well cared for. There are a number of excellent benefits for those who participate in maintenance agreements:






 Two Precision Tune Ups
 Filters Included
 Priority Customer Service
 10% off parts & labor
 Check Water Heater
 Chemically Clean Coil(s)
 Test Refrigerant Pressures
 Clean Drain Line(s)
 No Diagnostic Fee
 Flush Water Heater
 $500 off Install of New Equipment
 Repair warranty  1 YEAR 2 YEARS
 Purchase accrual $50/YEAR $100/YEAR
 Monthly Investment $X $X $X
 Total $X $X $X

Regular Maintenance Ensures Maximum Energy Efficiency

Poor maintenance can reduce HVAC energy efficiency by as much as 30 to 60 percent. A study performed by the NCAEC found that almost 90% of units tested exhibited energy-wasting issues. A maintenance agreement ensures issues are resolved quickly and your unit is always running at its peak efficiency.

Maintenance Agreements often pay for themselves in energy savings alone. Additionally, maintenance agreements reduce the frequency and cost of major repairs, provide participants with priority customer service, no cost service calls and diagnostics, as well as discounts for future changeouts.

Quality Doesn’t Cost, It Pays!