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How to Avoid Costly Repairs

Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 9:50AM

How to Avoid Costly Repairs

As they say, when it rains it pours.

The same holds true when it comes to your home and the truth is most of the upkeep problems are inevitable.

At extra air & heat, when it comes to your heating or cooling systems, we don’t think you should suffer, so take a look at the tips below.

Schedule regular maintenance

Even when something isn’t broken, it’s still okay to check on it.

Scheduling regular maintenance checkups on your AC unit can extend its life, improve the air quality inside your home, and prevent cold and flu germs from spreading. In each checkup, Extra Air & Heat performs, there is a 23 point inspection to ensure optimum function.

Set it and forget it

This theory doesn’t work for everything, but when it comes to your thermostat it’s perfect.

Many times a unit will act up or breakdown due to irregular settings on a thermostat. As the weather changes, go ahead and make a new schedule for your system. Maybe you don’t need to use your air so long during the night, or maybe while you're at work and kids are at school you can keep it off.

Invest in the Comfort Promise program

The most important thing to have in home maintenance is peace of mind, so Extra Air & Heat is here to give you just that.

For all of our customers, we are providing a new service program that offers minimal administrative efforts for long-term results. This way, the burden of worrying about your unit is on us and you can continue keeping up with your busy schedule.

This program is a year-round service that will maintain the peak efficiency of your heating and cooling system and allow you to save money every month on utility bills. This service is automatically provided to any of our customers, and while this is great as is, we still offer three maintenance packages fit to please anyone.  

We hope this blog gave you the necessary tips to avoid future emergencies. If you’re ready for a new AC unit or need some friendly help, you know who to call! 



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