Why You Should Choose a Maintenance Plan for Your HVAC System

We schedule regular dental and medical check-ups to help ensure our internal systems are functioning at their best. As one of the hardest working systems in your home, your HVAC system also benefits from regular, preventative maintenance.

In most cases, it’s recommended that this maintenance be completed twice a year (before heating season and before cooling season). During the maintenance appointment, your HVAC technician will inspect your unit and make any needed adjustments and repairs.

There are valuable reasons to choose HVAC maintenance for your HVAC system:

Avoid untimely repairs. Proper preventative maintenance can catch problems early on, or – in some cases – before they start. The technician can make any repairs right away, instead of dealing with the hassle of scheduling a repair appointment when your system is no longer working properly or breaks all together.

Keep your family safe. Your technician will inspect your HVAC system for any issues that may pose a safety risk to your home and family.

Extend the lifespan of your HVAC units. Regular HVAC maintenance provides benefits much like regular car maintenance. Just like tune-ups keep your car in top condition, preventative maintenance will keep your heating and cooling units functioning in peak condition as well.

Save on electric bills. Regular HVAC maintenance keeps your heating and cooling units running as efficiently as possible. When your units are running efficiently, they use less energy and save you money.

If you are an Aiken area homeowner, regular HVAC maintenance has multiple benefits. Beech Island Appliance Service Co., offers three maintenance service plan options, to fit your needs and your budget. If you’re looking for a company to maintain your HVAC units, we hope you’ll give us a call. Since we made our first service call in 1959, Beech Island Appliance Service Co., has been a family-owned business committed to the highest standards of customer service. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed.