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HVAC Maintenance Agreement: Do I Really Need It?



An HVAC service agreement is an agreement between you and an HVAC service provider wherein you pay a set fee and in return the company will handle the routine maintenance on your indoor and outdoor HVAC system. Heating and air conditioning systems, like all other mechanical systems will fail over time if they are not properly maintained and those full system failures can be costly. Keeping your system functioning at peak capacity can also lower your energy bill and extend the life of your system. A full system replacement is often a very unwelcome expense as it normally costs around $5000+ to replace even the most inexpensive HVAC units.


Proper maintenance should include cleaning the drain line, cleaning the indoor and outdoor coils, changing air filters, routine inspection and tune up (as needed) and more. These preventative measures ensure your system continues to function at full capacity and will not leave you sweating it out when the heat and humidity of the Lowcountry summer forces your HVAC system to work it’s hardest. Routine inspection, cleaning and even disinfecting of your unit is also extremely beneficial for those who struggle with allergies or asthma as it keeps the air inside your home cleaner. It is recommended by most manufacturers that a full system maintenance be performed twice per year.


Here at Oceanview Heating and Air Conditioning for only $150 per year we offer a Priority Client Maintenance Agreement. This agreement includes 2 maintenance visits from our technicians per calendar year, priority scheduling for repair jobs, and a 10% discount on any parts/services on the covered unit. We believe that maintaining your homes HVAC is vital but should be affordable and convenient, which is why we have one of the most competitively priced maintenance agreements in Charleston! Call us today at 843-609-5740 to schedule your first system maintenance and keep your HVAC system running properly!


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