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Keep Your Cool With AC & Heating Maintenance
Friday, March 16 2018
Maintaining your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems is essential to keeping them operating properly, dependably and efficiently.
 
  1. Think of preventative HVAC maintenance in the same way as preventative maintenance (PM) for your car: if you don't change the engine oil and replace belts and filters regularly, the engine will lock up and the vehicle won’t operate.  The same holds true, in a sense, for HVAC systems.  If you spend $30 on an oil change in your car, it can save you $3,000 on a new engine.  Proper PM for your HVAC system can provide the same benifits.
  2. HVAC system maintenance isn’t expensive compared to what you might spend if your system degrades (and ultimately fails).
  3. By tracking different system indicators, we can pick up on many emerging problems before they reach a crisis situation.
  4. Properly maintained HVAC systems typically last 2-3 times longer than systems that are not properly maintained and replacement costs far out way PM costs.
  5. Maintaining your HVAC systems will help reduce operation costs and energy consumption by allowing your equipment to operate under minimal stress.
  6. Get your AC and heating sytems on a routine service plan and maintain your equipment properly as they we're designed to be. 
  7. I recommend quarterly for commercial applications and bi-annual for residential properties.
  8. Download your own proposal, return it to us and get started today!  HVAC PM PROPOSAL - DOWNLOAD (PDF)

Do you need a quality heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contractor?  Email me now and let's create a custom solution for your business or home.

*This free report has been provided by Ronnie Tinsley, COO / Co-Founder: www.directserviceusa.com - 1.866.3.DIRECT.  Copyright 2013 - The Rice-Tinsley Corp.

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