It’s understandable that a well maintained car that operates efficiently can not only save you on gas, but in repairs and thereby make it more dependable, reliable longer than a car that is left unmaintained. It’s the same with your home’s HVAC system. For most of us, we pay attention to high energy costs, whether its during the summer months, trying to keep the house cool, and keeping the house warm during a series of cold days in Texas winter. But we sometimes overlook the need for regular check-ups and maintenance on the whole HVAC system to make sure things are running properly.
That’s why Brown Service Company comfort specialists specialize in HVAC maintenance, for your entire home system. With our regular preventative maintenance, Peak Performance Service Agreements, we do things like inspect the system and perform regular tune-ups to your home’s HVAC system to ensure lower operating costs, increase overall comfort, increase the system capcity and ensure a longer equipment life. Our service agreement will help eliminate money-wasting issues with your home’s HVAC equipment. Even the energy companies recommend at least a once-per-year inspection and tune-up.
Additional benefits of keeping regular HVAC maintenance for you home include:
- Preventing Unneeded Repairs: With regular maintenance, you will reveal minor issues within your system that can be addressed before larger problems occur, including expensive part replacements. And with our Peak Performance Agreement, all parts are 15% off along with the labor in the event a repair is needed.
- Increase Energy Savings: Keeping your system unclogged with debris and dirt will ensure that it is running smoothly and efficiently, helping to keep your home comfortable quicker and easier thereby saving you on energy costs.
- Extend the Life of Your HVAC System: A by-product bonus keeping your system running smoothly and efficiently is that your system will not have to work as hard, and you will extend the life of your equipment at the same time.
- Keeping Safe: Some health and safety issues could occur when dealing with gas furnaces, but would be foreseeable and discovered during regular maintenance, such as possible carbon monoxide leak.