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Learn the Basics of HVAC Maintenance Agreements

Learn the Basics of HVAC Maintenance Agreements

As with any mechanical device, you will get the most out of your HVAC unit if you give it the proper maintenance. There are many things that you as the homeowner can do along these lines. The most basic is to regularly change the air filters. You also want to make sure that the unit itself and the surrounding area are kept free from dirt and debris. However, some tasks require a little more expertise. That is where professional service comes in, and where a maintenance agreement can be helpful.

Agreement Basics

Each contract will detail the services included. You should read the terms carefully, as they may require you to take specific action to fulfill your end. Normally, however, a service contract will almost allow you to forget about HVAC maintenance, placing it in the hands of the issuing dealer.

Air Assurance Extended Service Protection Plan

With the ESP Plan, Air Assurance customers include all of the above benefits of a maintenance agreement. When you need help immediately, our technicians will step in quickly to keep you and your family comfortable. Services covered under the plan include:

  • Semi-annual maintenance checks of the A/C and heating systems

  • A written service record of all maintenance performed in compliance with manufacturers warranties

  • A 15 percent discount on parts and labor

  • A limited lifetime warranty with a fully maintained agreement

  • VIP specials

  • Increased efficiency, translating into money saved.

  • Service reminders, so you don't have to keep track

A maintenance agreement will bring you the peace of mind that you and your family deserve. The Nate-certified technicians at Air Assurance are some of the finest in the greater Tulsa metropolitan area. When you contact us, be sure to ask about our Extended Service Protection Plan.

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