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Mar 15, 2015

Why Does My System Need An Annual Maintenance Inspection?

Sponsored Content provided by Jimmy Williams - Owner, O’Brien Service Company

Whether your heating and air system was installed last year or 10 years ago, it will benefit from having an annual maintenance inspection. Your heating and cooling system is running almost every day of the year, and you don’t want it to break on the coldest or hottest day. The best way to ensure that it’s running at its top efficiency is to have it inspected by a professional. After reading this article, you’ll know the many reasons why your system needs an annual maintenance inspection.
 
If you just purchased a new system, you might assume it does not need an annual maintenance inspection.  That is a false assumption, for many reasons. First, you just spent money on purchasing a new system, so don’t you want it to last? You wouldn’t buy a brand new car and never change the oil or take it in for tuneups. By having an annual inspection, our technicians can diagnose minor repairs before they become major problems. A proper cleaning of the system will help it run more efficiently, which will help you save money on your energy bills and prolong the life of your system. In case those reasons aren’t enough, most HVAC manufacturers require that their systems have an annual maintenance service for the warranties to remain valid. For a low fee, you can lower your energy bills, help extend the lifespan of your system, and find repairs before they become costly. For those reasons, make sure your new system receives an annual maintenance inspection.
 
If you have an older system, having maintenance performed on your system is also important. Older systems were not made as efficiently as they are today, and not servicing an old system, combined with its age, can really spike your energy bills. Having a professional service your system once a year will help ensure that its parts are clean and there are no problems.
 
No matter what system you have or who installed it, O’Brien Service Company can maintain it.
 
Our annual maintenance inspection is part of our Energy Savings Club. As a club member, you’ll receive a free annual inspection of your heating and air system, as well as a discounted diagnostic fee, discount on parts, no overtime fees, and guaranteed service within 24 to 48 hours. For more information on the club, call O’Brien Service Company at (910) 799-6611. Whether or not you want to be a member of our Energy Service Club, make sure that you have your system serviced every year by a professional.   
 
Jimmy Williams has owned and operated O'Brien Service Company for over 30 years. Our highly trained and versatile technicians can expertly handle complex repairs, installations, and advise you on the benefits of regular maintenance. O'Brien will work on both residential and commercial systems, and is a certified Trane Specialist. Call today to have your system serviced, or to have a free at home estimate. You can contact us by calling (910) 799-6611, or visit our website at http://www.obrienservice.com.  

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