Did you know that the typical household spends approximately $2,200 on energy costs annually? Heating and cooling costs contribute to half of that amount. The good news is that you can lower your costs when you sign up for an energy savings agreement. Read on to learn more about how a maintenance agreement can save you money and keep your Lafayette, LA, home more comfortable year-round.
A well-maintained HVAC system performs well year after year. Not only do you experience fewer problems that require repairs, but the system uses less energy. It only takes a loose part or a dirty component to affect energy efficiency substantially. Committing to annual maintenance reduces your carbon footprint, increases HVAC performance and helps you save on your energy bills.
Extended Equipment Life
The more years you get from your HVAC system, the better. The average lifespan of an HVAC system falls between 15-25 years. But many people need to replace their systems much sooner because they failed to maintain them. Fortunately, you don’t need any special knowledge to keep your system in like-new condition. You only need a team of highly qualified service technicians looking out for you and an annual maintenance plan.
Annual maintenance goes a long way toward safeguarding your system from unexpected failures. But aging systems need repairs every once in a while. Signing up for an energy savings agreement gets you discounted repairs and priority service.
Improved Indoor Air Quality
Maintenance saves you money on energy and repair costs, but it also helps you breathe easier in your home. Service agreements include thorough cleaning of all elements such as burners, heat exchangers, blowers, the ignition assembly and coils. Cleaning these elements gets rid of dust, allergens and other pollutants that affect indoor air quality.
Start saving today and sign up for our energy savings agreement — a fully transferable maintenance agreement that improves system efficiency. Call Desormeaux’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc today for more information.
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