Why Invest in a Preventive HVAC Maintenance Plan?

The HVAC system in your Rancho Cucamonga, California, home cost you thousands of dollars. To preserve that investment for as long as possible, you must take care of it. Without the right training, though, how can you do that? With professional help, of course. Read on to learn why you should invest in a preventive HVAC maintenance plan.

Improve HVAC Efficiency

When correctly installed, a new HVAC system will operate at peak efficiency. But over time, it’ll operate less efficiently unless you maintain it regularly. By signing up for a preventive maintenance plan, you’ll ensure your HVAC systems receives professional attention twice per year. As a result, you’ll maximize efficiency and save money.

Prevent a Major Breakdown

Having your HVAC system inspected twice per year is critical for many reasons. One of the most important is it gives your HVAC contractor a chance to spot any developing issues and repair them on the spot. As a result, you’ll prevent costly repairs in the future.

Maximize System Lifespan

The more efficiently your HVAC system operates and the fewer breakdowns it endures, the better for its overall lifespan. Your HVAC system should last between 10 and 15 years. Having to replace it prematurely can put a significant dent in your finances.

Enjoy Other Great Perks

Not every preventive maintenance plan is created equal. Magnolia Heating and Cooling offers a plan that includes two free service calls per year for any issue and a 10-percent discount on any repair call. We’ll also contact you to schedule your maintenance service. That way, you’ll never forget to take care of the system that keeps you comfortable.

Want to learn more about our preventive HVAC maintenance plan? Contact Magnolia Heating and Cooling at (951) 688-3524 to speak with one of our friendly comfort consultants. We’re ready to help you with all your comfort needs.

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