Fresh green growth and gardens in bloom make spring a spectacular season in Charlotte, NC, and the surrounding communities. The milder weather also serves as a reminder to schedule spring maintenance for your HVAC systems. Summer is coming, and the last thing you want is for your cooling system to falter when temperatures skyrocket. Taking care of your air conditioner now by scheduling spring maintenance helps to ensure that it will keep you cool and comfortable all summer long.
The Importance of Preventive Maintenance
You wouldn’t dream of driving across the country without first making sure your automobile is up for the trip. Like tuneups for your car, preventive maintenance improves the performance and reliability of your heating and cooling systems. In addition to enhancing your comfort, professional tune-ups let you keep more money in your pocket too:
Well-maintained systems use less energy to keep you comfortable, resulting in lower utility bills every month of the year.
The cleanings and calibrations performed during annual maintenance safeguard the equipment from breakdowns due to wear and tear.
Preventive maintenance for your HVAC systems protects your investment, allowing you to avoid the cost of a premature replacement.
Extra Perks and Benefits
At Tyson Services, we offer additional benefits when you sign up for regular maintenance. Members who enroll in our comfort club receive priority service, even in our busiest periods. Comfort Club customers also enjoy the convenience of same-day appointments. You’ll love our preferred-customer pricing too, which includes up to a 20-percent discount on repairs. When the time comes for you to replace your system, you’ll also be eligible for savings on new HVAC equipment.
Tyson Services is pleased to share energy-saving tips and strategies with our customers in the Greater Charlotte area. Spring maintenance is one way to improve energy efficiency and comfort this summer. To learn more, explore the full scope of our annual maintenance services by call us at (704) 285-1812.