All of our customers are naturally interested in coming up with the best ways to save money on their bills for air conditioning and furnace repair. One of the most frequently asked questions is:
“Which makes more financial sense…fixing heating and air conditioning problems as they occur, or setting up a biannual maintenance agreement?”
Not surprisingly, we strongly encourage maintenance agreements. Cynics might suggest that is because we like to bill you twice a year to keep our income steady and predictable. Rest assured, we would not have been here since 1977 if our mission were anything except providing top-level customer service.
Plan Ahead for your Denver Furnace Repair and Air Conditioning Service
Actually, maintenance agreements do not cost; they save. The economics of the heating and air conditioning business are complex, but here are some facts that may provide encouragement:
- We often find that systems that have been installed improperly can be corrected and updated to create a significant improvement in efficiency. Part of our maintenance contract is to evaluate your current system performance for long-term improvement.
- Our technicians have the necessary training and experience to detect early warning signs before they become expensive equipment replacement issues. A slight irregular sound that you may not notice is a loud call to action for our professionals.
- With no maintenance contract, you are essentially deciding to wait until your system goes down before initiating a response. This ensures that at some point in the future, you will need a costly emergency service call and will be without heat or AC in the short run, at least.
Other Benefits to Maintenance Contracts
Those who plan ahead with a Sanders & Johnson maintenance contract also save on other services. We discount our repairs for our contract customers by 5% and you will receive priority scheduling for any unforeseeable future service issues.
For peace of mind and proven long-term savings, contact our offices today to get more information and to schedule a consultation. If you prefer, you can call us directly at: 303.422.6606.