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Residential HVAC Maintenance Plans

Whenever a major appliance calls it quits, your bank account seems to take a hit. It’s no surprise; appliances like your furnace or air conditioner are major investments. Doesn’t it make sense to ensure your investment lasts as long as possible?

If you answered yes and you live near Greensboro, then you need a residential HVAC service agreement with Air Treatment, Inc. Regular maintenance not only extends the life of your equipment, but it also:

  • Improves the system’s efficiency, saving you money on your utility bill.
  • Helps prevent costly and inconvenient breakdowns.
  • Ensures prime indoor air quality.
  • Creates significant savings by catching potentially catastrophic problems long before they kill your system.

What Is Included in My Maintenance Plan?

You will receive two comprehensive system maintenance checks each year. In addition, you also get top customer service priority and a 10% discount on all repairs.

Depending on the season, your maintenance check will include some of the following:

  • Inspect overall safety of the system
  • Check Freon levels
  • Check thermostat
  • Check voltage and amperage
  • Lubricate motors and belts
  • Check compressor
  • Check and change filters
  • Inspect heat exchange
  • Inspect all wiring
  • Clean coils
  • Check flues and exhaust

Isn’t your family’s comfort and peace of mind worth it? What are you waiting for? Protect yourself and your investment today by contacting the experienced heating and cooling professionals here at Air Treatment, Inc. You’ll experience our renowned five-star service and rest easier knowing your system is running in peak condition.

To learn more about our residential maintenance agreements, speak to one of our professionals today. Our friendly customer service team will walk you through everything included in your agreement, and schedule your appointment right away. We’ll even send someone out same-day, if needed.

Interested in protecting your business investment with one of our commercial HVAC service agreements?