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The Importance (and Perks) of Maintenance Agreements

AC Repair Phoenix

If you have a car, you know regular maintenance is important. Oil changes, tune-ups and tire fixes are all imperative to the life of your car. But, just like a routine oil change or 10,000-mile tune-up for your car, maintenance is necessary to keep your home’s HVAC system running at peak performance and to prevent problems and breakdowns, too.

 

According the US Department of Energy, a typical maintenance check-up should include the following:

 

  • Checking thermostat settings
  • Tightening all electrical connections
  • Lubricating all moving parts
  • Inspecting the condensate drain
  • Checking system controls

 

Basically, the majority of maintenance is about keeping your system clean and free of rust. Sounds simple, but it’s not generally a do-it-yourself type project. Often it requires removing and replacing pieces of equipment – so it’s best to let trained technicians take care of it.

 

 

 

Why should I get a maintenance agreement?

Regular maintenance on your unit will insure it’s running its best all year long and save you money on your utility bills. We recommend two AC tune-ups each year to make sure your unit can handle the Arizona heat, especially in the summer. Also, most units require regular tune-ups in order to keep the manufacturer’s warranty valid.

 

With a maintenance agreement, these tune-ups and regular maintenance and repairs are offered at a discount and with warranty. And not to mention, you’ll get priority over other customers when scheduling your service calls.

 

 

Become part of the Parker family

Here at Parker and Sons, we think of our loyal customers as family, so we offer our Family Plan maintenance agreement. With this maintenance plan, you’ll get two AC tune-ups each year, as well as hefty discounts on repairs and equipment. We offer 1, 2 and 3 years agreements with a variety of payment plans to help fit your budget and billing needs.

 

To learn more about our Family Plan maintenance agreement, visit our maintenance agreement page on our website.

 

 

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