“THE SOUTH BAY HOME PERFORMANCE EXPERTS”
1045 North 10th St.
San Jose, CA 95112
Call Now Fast Service
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Why Preventive Maintenance Matters For Your HVAC
01
March

By jsg / in /

Why Preventive Maintenance Matters For Your HVAC

Preventative HVAC maintenance can help you save money, enjoy increased safety, and breathe cleaner air in your Northern California home. It can also help you boost your overall peace of mind while helping the environment. And, these benefits are just the tip of the iceberg. These are a few reasons why you should consider hiring a preventative HVAC maintenance contractor.

1. Protect Your Investment

These are a few ways preventative maintenance helps your investment. You can:

  • Reduce energy bills

  • Prevent costly breakdowns

  • Stay protected under warranty

  • Extend the life of the system

You can reduce the risk of costly breakdowns by 95% through regular maintenance. Preventative maintenance can go a long way in cutting energy bills. In fact, the US Department of Energy states that annual maintenance can help you save 30% of your energy bills. It can also extend the system life and help you stay covered under warranty.

2. Breathe Better Air

Preventative maintenance can ensure that your indoor air quality is good. According to an EPA report, indoor levels of airborne pollutants can be as high as twice the pollutants in the outdoors. In extreme cases where the air filters are very filthy, indoor pollutants may be 100 times higher. This can be a particularly major issue if anyone in your family suffers from respiratory issues, such as asthma.

There are several allergens present in a home though you may not be aware of them. This includes dust mites, pet dander, cigarette smoke, mold, and pollen. You should consider having the air ducts professionally cleaned if there is a musty odor in your house.

3. Improve Your Comfort Levels

HVAC systems are meant to keep you comfortable throughout the year. Your system can distribute and produce cool or warm air more steadily and evenly with regular maintenance. Regular cleaning helps in reducing the odds of a system breakdown as well. It also minimizes the risk of HVAC noises and funny smells to decrease your quality of life.

4. Protecting Your Home

There have been horror stories of people coming back from vacations to find their house frozen and severely damaged. There can be a domino effect if the heat in your home stops working during a polar vortex or cold snap. You could be facing extensive and steep damages because of burst or frozen pipes. Preventative HVAC maintenance can help you protect you and your family against carbon monoxide poisoning as well.

Exposure to even low levels of carbon monoxide as per the controversial Centers for Disease Control can result in serious health issues. Failed or cracked heat exchanger is the most common cause for leaking carbon monoxide. During the preventative maintenance, your HVAC maintenance professional can discuss the installation of a carbon monoxide detector.

5. Save the Environment

Well-maintained air conditioning units can help you reduce your carbon footprint. You should also know the type of refrigerant used in the system if you are environmentally conscious. You could always switch to natural gas from oil or use a programmable thermostat to reduce your impact on the environment.

6. Improve Your Peace of Mind

Finally, the biggest reason to consider preventative maintenance for your HVAC system is to enjoy greater peace of mind. You know that you have already taken adequate steps to prevent breakdowns.


Quick Contact


    YOUR NAME *

    EMAIL ADDRESS *

    PHONE NUMBER

    YOUR MESSAGE

    Under the order of the Bay Area counties for shelter in place, our business is continuing to provide essential services to homeowners to ensure your homes are comfortable and efficient.  The health of our clients and team members are of utmost importance and we have established Covid19 protocols for our team members to follow when they visit your home.  Details can be found by following the link below.  This is a trying time and we wish for everyone’s safety getting through this challenge. 
    Sandium Management
    3/17/2020
    close-image