Lower Energy Bills:
As your HVAC system works hard to keep you comfortable, parts slowly wear out, become dirty, or shift slightly. These things are rarely noticeable, but each can slightly reduce energy efficiency and add to your energy bills. Correcting these issues during preventive maintenance ensures that your energy bills will be as low as possible.
Even though most heating and air conditioning problems are only noticed when a system suddenly isn’t cooling or heating anymore, the problems almost always started long before that. A single worn or misaligned part can put stress on the system and lead to a major repair being needed if the problem isn’t corrected. If the problem is found early during preventive maintenance, it will almost always be able to be fixed cheaply and without paying emergency service rates.
Longer System Life:
No matter how reliable a heating or cooling system is, there will come a time when age will catch up to it. Taking care of it while it is new will help its parts last as long as possible and delay the time when it will be cheaper to replace it than to continue to repair it.