It’s easy to overlook the need for annual heating and plumbing maintenance services. Many people wait until something breaks before they get the proper services for their plumbing and heating systems. Here’s why getting ahead of heating and plumbing issues with a service agreement will save you time, money, and future hassles
1. Maximize Longevity
Getting a brand new heating system or water heater can be a hefty expense and a pain in the butt. Thankfully, a service agreement maximizes the longevity and efficiency of your systems. A system that is regularly maintained works more efficiently and lasts longer.
Getting the proper maintenance can extend the lifespan of a water heater by a significant amount. Additionally, a professional will resolve issues and take care of any repairs your system may need, and help add years onto your systems.
2. Avoid Costly Repairs
Getting a tune-up for your water heater will help you avoid costly repairs in the future. A clogged air filter can easily cause a system failure. If the system doesn’t fail, there usually will be costly maintenance and repairs to resolve the damage. A service agreement can help you identify any potential damage or small problems before they get out of hand.
A water heater also needs maintenance to continue running properly. A water heater without maintenance will only increase your bills and overtime fail altogether.
3. Lowering Your Bills
One of the most beneficial parts of a service agreement is the money you can save. Not only will a service agreement save you from heavy expenses in the future, but it will also help you keep your monthly bill down. Systems in your home that are running smoothly simply cost less money to operate. The more power and fuel it takes a water heater or HVAC system to work, the more it will cost you in increased utility bills.
4. Your Savings Add Up
You may not think a few extra dollars a month is a big deal, but over the years, these expenses can stack up. According to Energy Star, heating accounts for 29% of your household bill. A heating system that isn’t working well can quickly drain your savings.
A water heater that isn’t running properly will also quickly drain your savings by wasting extra water, taking longer and more energy to heat up, and will often begin leaking. A professional will also help you reduce the sediment and mineral build-up that your water heater tends to collect, thus improving your efficiency and lowering your water bill.
You can count on the experts at All Utah Plumbing, Heating & Air for the best service experience and options we provide for service agreements. Don’t hesitate to contact us today!