I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for ways to save a little money. Maybe it’s where I buy my groceries and gas. Or shopping around for a better rate on my auto and homeowner’s insurance. While you’re doing this please don’t forget about the ways you can save money by practicing regular HVAC maintenance in your Waterford, MI home.
- Cutting repair costs
- Furnaces, air conditioners, and heat pumps don’t just “decide” to break down one day. The issues that cause the breakdown almost always start long before you even realize there is a problem. But a qualified Kotz technician doing HVAC maintenance can recognize and fix small problems before the big problems happen. You also save money by avoiding expensive after-hours service rates.
- It will last longer
- Your HVAC equipment is no different than any other piece of mechanical equipment, it has a finite lifespan. The best way to increase that is with annual HVAC maintenance. You may hate paying for a tune-up but delaying an expensive replacement for as long as possible saves lots of money in the long run.
- Reduce monthly bills
- This is an immediate way to save money through regular HVAC maintenance. Without maintenance, heating and cooling systems become less efficient and it costs more to keep your Waterford, MI home comfortable. Regular maintenance will lower monthly bills.
Join the program
Kotz believes the best way to get all of those benefits is to join our Red Carpet Maintenance Program. In addition to seasonal (heating & cooling) HVAC maintenance, you will also save money with other benefits including priority service and a 15% savings on parts and labor if a repair is needed in your Waterford, MI home. In addition, we have extended our parts and labor warranty from two to three years for even more peace of mind.
Other ways to save
When you form an HVAC maintenance relationship with Kotz Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, our knowledgeable technicians can often find other ways to save money. They are trained to recognize problems like dirty or leaking ductwork, insufficient insulation, and drafty doors and windows. For more great information like this be sure to like and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.