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Preventative Maintenance Agreements

Here’s the deal about PMA’s – When you sign up for a preventative maintenance agreement, you save time and money.  A PMA is less expensive than a full service call and provides the homeowner with a contract focusing on quality preventative maintenance.  With a PMA, two inspections are done each year by a service technician.  The cooling system check up is done in the Spring, while the heating inspection is done during the Fall.  In addition, there is a discount on air conditioning and heating parts, and you do not have to pay extra for emergency repairs or Saturday service calls.  Another benefit of a PMA comes when you sell your home.  Most PMA’s are fully transferable to the new home owner and that can be a big plus point in your home’s favor.

What about warranties?

On occasion, a home owner will ask: Why is a PMA necessary when my A/C or furnace is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty?  In this case, a PMA is still recommended because it keeps your warranty valid.

Most manufacturing companies of HVAC equipment require that you keep a maintenance history on the A/C system and furnace.  If you don’t, the manufacturer’s warranty can be voided for failure to properly maintain your equipment.  The inspections conducted during the Spring and Fall create a maintenance history and make sure your home’s A/C and furnace run at peak performance.  A little preventative maintenance goes a long day!

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