The warm weather is finally arriving and some homeowners are even using their air conditioning systems to stay comfortable. As long as your A/C system kicks on you’re good to go, right?
Even if your air conditioner turns on after being in hibernation all winter long, it doesn’t mean that you can neglect your seasonal maintenance. There are many reasons why you should have your air conditioning maintenance performed each year and Wesley Wood Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning is here with a list of the most crucial.
- Catch the small issues before they become major problems.
Getting your system tune-up each year helps you catch little issues before they turn into big (expensive) problems. Just because your A/C system is running well today doesn’t necessarily mean it’s in good enough shape to keep you cool and comfortable all season. Don’t wait until your air conditioning system goes out on the hottest day of the year – call Wesley Wood Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning today to get your tune-up completed before the temperatures increase.
- Pay a little to save a lot.
Purchasing a membership agreement can help save you money over time. An annual air conditioning system tune-up can help save you up to 30% on your cooling bills because it betters the efficiency of your system.
- Keep your warranty valid.
Routine maintenance is actually required by most manufacturers, so neglecting your air conditioning maintenance can nullify your warranty. That means when you do want any type of system repair, you will pay for those new parts out of pocket. Make sure you get all you can out of your warranty by keeping it valid as long as possible with annual A/C tune-ups.
Wesley Wood Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning loves to save you money and right now with our spring promotion you can receive a discount on a annual tune-up for your air conditioner. Call Wesley Wood Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning today to find out about our fantastic offers going on now and to schedule your air conditioning system tune-up.