Having a well-maintained furnace is essential to keeping your home warm and comfortable throughout the winter. A furnace maintenance agreement is a contract between you and a qualified HVAC technician that outlines when, how and what services will be provided when it comes to maintaining your furnace. It’s important to review a furnace maintenance agreement carefully so you know what to expect from the technician and can make sure the technician is meeting all the requirements for ensuring the highest level of furnace efficiency and safety.
The first thing to look for in a furnace maintenance agreement is the HVAC company`s credentials. The technicians should be trained, certified, and insured in order to properly perform the scope of work outlined in the agreement. It’s also important to make sure the technician is familiar with the type, model and age of your furnace, as well as any special considerations or restrictions associated with it.
The next thing to review in a furnace maintenance agreement is the type of service and frequency of visits that are provided. Regular maintenance is key to keeping your furnace running safely and efficiently. Look for an agreement that outlines what services will be provided during each maintenance visit, such as inspecting, cleaning, and adjusting all components within the furnace.
The frequency of visits should also be considered when reviewing a furnace maintenance agreement. Many HVAC professionals recommend annual inspections and cleaning, especially before the start of the winter season when you’ll be using your furnace more frequently. Other visits may be necessary depending on the age, type and condition of your furnace.
Finally, the agreement should include a cost breakdown for the different services being performed. Review the entire agreement carefully to make sure you understand what is included in the cost, such as any parts and labor, along with any associated taxes. Any additional fees and charges should also be listed clearly in the agreement.
Having a furnace maintenance agreement in place is an important step toward keeping your heating system safe and efficient. Make sure to review the agreement carefully so you know what services will be provided, how often the technician will need to visit, and the associated costs.
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