A heating system is a big investment for any West Virginia or western Maryland homeowner, and the most important way to protect those investments is to get routine maintenance for your equipment every year. The best way to do that? Choose a Roach Energy service plan.
How Service Plans Just Make Sense
Why choose a service plan for your oil- or gas-fired heating system? Consider these great benefits:
Fewer repairs – About 80 percent of heating system breakdowns occur due to lack of maintenance and regular inspections. By having a service agreement for your furnace or boiler, you’ll get that regular maintenance at a fraction of the price of a full breakdown repair or replacement.
Longer-lasting equipment – Replacing a heating system is costly – why do it any sooner than necessary? Routine maintenance prevents the kind of overwork that leads to early retirement for your equipment.
Lower monthly bills – Compromised HVAC equipment will operate inefficiently, which will drive up energy costs. With a service plan, your technician will keep your system working optimally to keep your energy costs down.
Discounted or covered repairs – Heating repairs and air conditioning repairs can be quite costly, so the discounts you get by choosing a Roach Energy service plan can come in handy when you really need them.
Warranty coverage – In most cases, your warranty coverage requires routine maintenance every year. Skip annual service and you run the risk of losing warranty coverage, which means you’ll pay for any equipment repairs – even those normally covered by warranty – out of pocket.
Bonus Benefit: Priority Service
Another benefit that a service plan offers is that you get priority service compared to non-service agreement customers. By “skipping the line”, you’ll always be among the first customers to get your life back to normal in the event of an emergency or weather-related complications.
Take care of your heating equipment with a comprehensive service plan from Roach Energy. Contact us to learn more about heating maintenance in the Eastern Panhandle.