Spring is nearly here, and the daytime temperatures in Corpus Christi, Texas, have started to break the 80-degree mark. That means it won’t be long before homeowners turn on their air conditioning systems for the cooling season. Before doing so, though, it’s important to schedule AC maintenance. Here’s why:
Keep Energy Bills Under Control
Improving operational efficiency to conserve energy and save money is what AC maintenance is all about. By scheduling a professional to inspect, clean and adjust your air conditioner’s major components, you’ll prevent a decrease in efficiency. As a result, you’ll avoid paying higher energy bills to produce the same amount of conditioned air.
Prevent Major AC Repairs in the Summer
When you improve your AC system’s operational efficiency, you reduce its overall workload throughout the summer. Reducing this strain helps prevent breakdowns that can leave your family feeling uncomfortable. During AC maintenance, your service technician will repair any minor issues to ensure they don’t result in major problems.
Maximize Your System’s Lifespan
When your vehicle experiences fewer breakdowns and repairs, it lasts for thousands of miles longer. Your air conditioning system works similarly. When you perform AC maintenance every spring before the cooling season, you avoid paying for a costly premature replacement. If your system is more than 10 years old, though, consider investing in a newer and more energy-efficient model.
Take Advantage of Additional Benefits
Bodine-Scott offers a Smart 1 Agreement that helps you maintain your home’s cooling system every year. When you sign up for our AC maintenance plan, you benefit by:
- Receiving a 10-percent discount on parts and labor
- Not accruing overtime charges at any time
- Always receiving a priority response from our team
Take care of the system that takes care of your family throughout the hottest days of the year. Invest in AC maintenance today by calling Bodine-Scott at (888) 481-8511. We look forward to helping you survive the summer and save.
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