The Importance Of A Complete Care Maintenance Agreement

November 18, 2011

Like your vehicle, your heating and cooling system and water heater require regular maintenance to continue running correctly.

If routine maintenance and tune-ups are ignored, you could find yourself looking at major repair or replacement costs down the road. A comprehensive maintenance agreement helps you prevent these costly repairs and gives you additional discounts on services and replacements.

But my system is still under the manufacturer’s warranty…

Many people believe they do not need a maintenance agreement because their furnace, air conditioner or water heater is still covered under the manufacturer’s warranty. A warranty is great to have in case of a manufacturing defect, however these warranties typically only cover the parts.

Your manufacturer’s warranty may be voided by:

  • Improper installation
  • Not being serviced by a professional
  • Lack of upkeep

In addition, warranties from the manufacturer usually require that a trained specialist diagnose the problem. If the HVAC, plumbing or electrical specialist determines that the problem with the part was due to one of the items listed above, the warranty will not cover the replacement.

How does a maintenance agreement work?

The bottom line is manufacturer’s warranties are limited. This is where it becomes important to have a maintenance agreement that helps cover labor as well. Since manufacturer’s warranties typically require a certified HVAC technician or plumber services your unit, a maintenance agreement compliments a warranty.

With a maintenance agreement, your heater, air conditioner or water heater receives the important regular tune-ups required to keep your manufacturer’s warranty valid. Your tune-ups are included, and you enjoy priority, lifetime guaranteed service.

Benefits of a Complete Care Maintenance Agreement:

  • Reduces risk of costly breakdowns
  • Increase efficiency & reduce energy bills
  • Quality, guaranteed priority service
  • Ensures safe operation of your equipment

Cool Today, Plumbing Today and Energy Today offer maintenance agreements to keep your home’s HVAC, plumbing and electrical systems running properly.

Contact us online to sign up for a Complete Care Maintenance Agreement

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