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For many homeowners, the HVAC system is out of sight and therefore out of mind. This shouldn’t be the case with you. If the only time you look at your system is when it has a problem, you may be setting yourself up for disaster in the form of premature failure and high energy bills just to name a few.

Fortunately, maintenance contracts offer you a means of avoiding ill-timed problems. Here’s how they help you stay ahead of regular HVAC maintenance and prevent large, expensive problems.

Early Identification of Problems

A maintenance agreement ensures that qualified technicians perform preventive maintenance on your HVAC equipment several times in a year. During maintenance, a technician inspects your system and discovers problems while they are small and inexpensive to fix. That way, you don’t wait until they become expensive or damage your system.

Maintenance Reminder

An HVAC unit that’s regularly maintained experiences less wear and tear than one that’s not maintained. With the long work days and hectic schedules that many homeowners have, remembering to schedule maintenance can be a large task. With a maintenance agreement in place, you’ll always be reminded when it’s time to schedule a checkup.

Extended Lifespan

Routine maintenance is crucial to the longevity of your HVAC system. By preventing system breakdowns, regular service will help extend the lifespan of your HVAC equipment. If you’re in the market for a new system, or you’ve recently purchased one, a maintenance contract will be a good idea since it will help add more years to your system.

Proof of Maintenance

Negligence can void an HVAC warranty. Maintenance contracts provide proof of maintenance thus helping keep HVAC warranties valid.


Being a maintenance agreement customer of a reputable contractor entitles you to priority scheduling. It’s hugely beneficial when you have an emergency, or the contractor has a full schedule. You’ll get preferential service.

Remember, a maintenance contract will only be as good as the company providing it. For more information on maintenance contracts, contact us at NisAir Air Conditioning and Heating. We serve Martin, Palm Beach, and Indian River counties.