A preventative maintenance agreement is a baseline contract that covers a number of regularly scheduled maintenance visits each year. During these visits, a technician will thoroughly inspect your equipment, clean and test the components for proper operation. When needed, worn parts such as belts and air filters are replaced. The number of maintenance visits you need and the list of included maintenance tasks may depend on the age and type of your equipment, as well as the operating conditions and usage requirements.
Having a maintenance agreement is the single most important step you can take to save money, save energy, and extend your current equipment’s life by keeping it running at optimum performance. Scheduling this twice a year will give you peace of mind that your home or office will operate efficiently and economically all year long. It will also result in you experiencing fewer costly repairs by diagnosing problems early.