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Your home is one of the biggest investments you can make. With this in mind, it would be a wise choice to take care of and maintain your investment properly to ensure it remains as valuable or better yet, increases in value. One of the easiest ways to keep up with the maintenance of your investment is to set up an affordable, annual contract agreement with Jackson Total Service. When you sign up for one of our valuable service agreements, not only will you be receiving priority service, you will also receive a 10% discount on parts and labor for all air conditioning, plumbing and electrical sales and services throughout the entire year.
Annual maintenance agreements are the perfect way to stay protected from unexpected costs, unwanted emergency repairs and with annual maintenance, you could possibly extend the life of your air conditioning unit. Jackson Total Service suggests scheduling inspections for your unit a minimum of two times per year. Our service and maintenance technicians are knowledgeable and experienced in noticing potential problems which may occur. Inspections and maintenance of your air conditioning unit are a great way to prevent issues from occurring and will also help to assure that your HVAC system is running at peak performance with maximum efficiency.
Although a manufacturer’s warranty will not cover maintenance, all air conditioning manufacturers highly recommend it. By failing to maintain your air conditioning equipment, you may void your warranty. Maintenance of your unit offers many benefits. Maintenance prevents the drain from becoming clogged, resulting in water leakage and inefficient performance. Maintenance also prevents small issues from turning into costly repairs.
Start protecting your investment by purchasing an annual maintenance agreement, Call Jackson Total Service.
Jackson Total Service Offers Two Maintenance Agreements
Silver Service Agreement includes a major and minor inspection for your home’s air conditioning system. It also includes checking your plumbing and electrical systems to prevent possible floods and fires.