Save Money & Protect Your Investment
When aiming to uphold your warranty coverage and ensure warranty protection, it’s worth noting that many HVAC manufacturers will stipulate the need for proof of annual maintenance when submitting repair claims. Some of the components crucial for your HVAC system’s operation can be rather costly. Investing in yearly maintenance to retain your warranty coverage can save you money should any issues arise. At MB Heating & Cooling, we offer you the opportunity to join our Comfort Club. As a member, you gain access to an array of services that provide maintenance to your HVAC system and delivers comfort and convenience. Consistent HVAC maintenance plays a pivotal role in ensuring your system’s efficient and effective performance. This approach extends to keeping the filter clean, ultimately reducing your air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5 to 15 percent. Neglecting to maintain clean filters can lead to equipment malfunctions. It’s important to routinely clean or replace the air filter in your heating and cooling system. The primary causes of system failures are attributed to accumulated dirt and neglect. Such seasonal checkups are vital for detecting potential problems at an early stage.
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“Heating and cooling account for about 56 percent of the energy used in a typical U.S. home, making them among the largest energy expenses. Regular maintenance of the HVAC system components is required to enable the system to function effectively and efficiently. Keeping the filter clean can lower your air conditioner’s energy consumptions by 5 to 15 percent.”
(U.S. Department of Energy)
“Keep it Clean – A dirty air filter can lead to early equipment failure. Clean or change the air filter in your heating and cooling system regularly. Also, have your equipment checked seasonally to make sure it’s operating efficiently and safely – checkups can identify problems early. Dirt and neglect are the #1 causes of system failure.”