Prevention is better than cure…for your HVAC, you could say maintenance is better than repair. Wouldn’t you rather pick preventing future damages than having to spend enormously when it is suddenly too late?
Let’s not think too hard about what you could have averted when you had the time. It’s usually a sad scene.
Go with maintaining your HVAC instead of having to pay double for it later. It’s never pleasant to come home to a failed HVAC after a hard day’s work. Preventing that feeling is pretty straightforward.
If you’re wondering what HVAC maintenance costs, let’s do a quick overview.
The Cost of HVAC Maintenance
Overlook the impact of the costs on your pocket because you actually have a choice. There are variations of prices just as each appliance has varied functions.
Maintaining your HVAC annually, for extended services contract runs at $150 to $500. It includes the entire HVAC system. This is beneficial if you have both central AC and heating.
AC repairs cost anywhere from $75 to $1,500. Regular AC maintenance servicing costs $75 to $200 for simple tune-ups.
For the extended service contracts that includes the entire HVAC system, expect to pay $50 to $150 per hour for an HVAC technician if there’s a requirement for repair off standard service.
Recharging AC refrigerant cost is about $100 to $350 unless you purchased a higher tiered maintenance package. You won’t need this done every year and usually only if there’s a leak or a part gets replaced.
Note: Always compare the prices to the cost of simple replacement. You might end up looking at major repairs and replacements.
Benefits of regular HVAC maintenance
The benefits are clear. Just as soon as the job is done, the switch is set to ON, it’s like the HVAC never went down when the first touch of the air conditioner’s cool air blows against your skin.
Look what benefits await you –
1. Reduced costs
2. Fewer system breakdowns
3. Long system lifespan
4. Cleaner air
5. Familiarity with specialist and HVAC faults
6. Peace of mind.
HVAC Maintenance Services
These services often depend on the nature of the HVAC. A service call usually includes cleaning the condenser and running a series of checks to make sure your system is working properly.
Besides, observing the proper HVAC practices ensures you save up to 30% of electricity consumption. Savings on savings!
Those proper HVAC practices include –
- Repairs and maintenance
- Refrigerant recharge
- Replacement of parts affected by wear or tear
- Cleaning air filters
- Lubrication of moving parts
- Inspecting exhaust outlets etc.
Let us save you the stress of asking who best does the job…
At Emperor Cooling & Heating, not only do you get the services of the finest AC Company in the industry, but you also work with a partner who’s committed to improving your home’s energy efficiency.