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Why HVAC Preventative Maintenance is Vital

Your HVAC system is one of the most expensive systems in your home. Major problems can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars in repairs while leaving your home either too hot or cold until fixed.

In many cases, you could prevent these big issues from happening with HVAC preventative maintenance. Preventative maintenance also helps keep your units operating efficiently, improves longevity and reduces repair frequency. Use these checklists to keep your indoor and outdoor HVAC units in prime working condition and stop problems before they eat into your savings. Read more

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Preventative Maintenance is the First Step in Heavy Equipment Safety

Elements of Preventative Maintenance Procedures

The moment you purchase a machine or piece of heavy equipment, it is vital to begin preventative maintenance. Keeping on top of your equipment is the best way to ensure that you don’t suffer tragic accidents that can be costly, not only in terms of insurance premiums and money but also in human lives. Remember: maintenance does not end until you dispose of the machine and it is no longer on site. Here are the elements of proper maintenance procedures.

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Why Should You Regularly Maintain HVAC Systems?

In our last post, we talked about some of the reasons it’s important to regularly maintain your HVAC system. Here are three more reasons to make sure you’re staying on top of your routine maintenance schedule!


As a homeowner, your primary concern is the safety of your family within your home. One important factor in keeping your family safe is the upkeep of your HVAC system. When your HVAC system is regularly serviced, you’re ensuring that everything is in proper working order, which means you’re avoiding all potential hazards. If your system has any issues, such as faulty wiring, loose connections, or any leaks or blockages, having regularly scheduled appointments provides an opportunity for a trained technician to identify these problems and correct them before they become much bigger, more dangerous issues.

Cleaner Air

If your HVAC system is all backed up and clogged with dirt, dust, and debris, the air that it is pumping out and circulating throughout your house is DIRTY! By having a technician regularly maintain your HVAC system, changing the air filter as necessary, the air in your house will be cleaner. Dirty filters can only hold so much; not changing your air filters regularly is not only keeping dirt in and pumping germs throughout your house, it’s making your system run less efficiently. As we said in our last post, an uninhibited system is going to run most efficiently, which means it’s saving you the most money possible!

Extending Your System’s Life

If you call a HVAC technician as soon as you see a problem with your system, or if a small problem is detected during a regularly scheduled maintenance appointment, you have the opportunity to increase the lifespan of your HVAC system. The better working order that your system is kept in, the longer it’ll run because it isn’t constantly requiring maintenance or needing parts replaced. By being able to keep your system longer, you’re saving money in the grand scheme of things, because you don’t have to shell out a ton of money to replace the entire system as quickly as you would if the system wasn’t maintained as well.

The best way to maintain your system, and the comfort of your family within your home, is to make sure you always have your HVAC system serviced regularly. This will ensure your system is running as effectively, efficiently, cleanly, and safely as possible! On top of all of that, you’re saving some money too, so it’s a win-win.