After an unseasonably warm Minnesota winter, our service department is ramping up for spring/summer HVAC Service Agreements. Since the maintenance agreements have proven to be a win-win for both Chappell Central and our customers, we are making an extra effort in 2012 to show our customers the added benefits of committing to the preventative maintenance agreement in all seasons.
How do I Benefit from an HVAC Service Agreement?
A Service Agreement (aka Maintenance Contract, or Preventative Maintenance Agreement) is a proactive approach to HVAC service offered by Chappell Central Inc. With equipment that is more sophisticated and the requirement of extended warranties having annual maintenance, the service maintenance plan provides peace of mind and outstanding reliability for your HVAC equipment.
Service Agreement Benefits include:
- Better and more reliable HVAC equipment operation
- Fewer “emergency” calls which can be expensive
- Added comfort and peace of mind
- “Preferred Customer” status and other benefits
Why Invest in an HVAC Service Agreement in the Spring?
Now, with summer looming, it is a great time to invest in a Service Agreement, because it covers more than your heating – it covers your air conditioning system as well. For many families, a reliable central air conditioning unit is nearly as important as the furnace. The main benefits that apply year long are maintaining consistent heating and cooling comfort, and reducing expensive emergency repairs that could have been avoided.
In a normal year we’re waiting for the weather to warm up enough to check out cooling systems, which generally occurs at the same time as the new installation season. Normally this creates a conflict between getting the new equipment installed and completing our maintenance agreements. Not this year – we should be in good shape with our maintenance agreements before the summer push.
Call Ron or Brenda today at 320-235-2151 or contact Chappell Central online to learn of the benefits of “preferred customer” status that comes with a maintenance agreement.