As homeowners, we all have a lot on our plates. Not only in terms of keeping up with the mortgage and other bills, but also physically maintaining our properties. Many times, what could’ve been prevented by routine maintenance turns into an unexpected debacle with a serious price tag. This is especially true when it comes to both residential heating and cooling systems.
If only there was an easy and convenient way to keep up with routine HVAC maintenance. Lucky for local homeowners there are the options of various service plans. Not all residential HVAC companies offer service plans, but we at Kinkaid see it as a way to help our customers receive the proper maintenance their heating and cooling systems need. It also comes in handy when more serious problems arise.
HVAC service plans typically include pre-scheduled maintenance check-ups. Now you won’t have to worry about forgetting to plan for that at the start of each season! Other benefits of opting for a service plan include:
- Early identification of issues (i.e. worn out or broken parts)
- Savings on necessary repairs and equipment, along with other services
- Extension of HVAC system life
- Improvement of energy efficiency
- Better air circulation
- Improved home comfort control
- Lower utility costs
- Reduction of seasonal repair needs
By now you might be (or should be) wondering, when will these service plan checkups take place and what kind of services can we expect? Of course, depending on the plan you choose and the type of system you have these will happen at different times of year.
Kinkaid service plans geared towards your cooling system will take place before the weather gets really warm. We’ll want to look into things before this system goes into high usage mode. Without inspection, an improperly functioning residential cooling system could cause sweltering conditions within the home.
For heating system service plans, we’ll pay you a visit before the old man winter shows up in town. It’s important especially for home’s that have a furnace to make sure everything is up to par, each year. The National Fire Protection Association reports that home heating equipment is the second leading cause ofresidential fires. This makes routine HVAC maintenance more than an investment financially, it’s also important for safety.
Choosing a service plan is as simple as knowing the type of heating and cooling system you have in your home. From there, it’s a matter of what you think would be the most beneficial to you and your home.
A brief overview of ourservice plans and costs can be found on our site. You can find the specifics of ouroil heating service plan at this link. Ourair conditioning service plan specifics, along with those of gas or electric and hot water heaters are located at that link.
Additionally, we offer financing options. We believe the safety and comfort of properly functioning HVAC units should be available to all residents in our service area. For more information on any HVAC service plan offered by Kinkaid, feel free to get in touch with us directly.