Spring Check-Up Time


With the hope that March will go out like a lamb and leave spring in its wake, it’s a good time to get on the docket with your heating and cooling professional for a maintenance check. Your furnace ran hard through an unusually cold winter in Maryland, and you’ll want to be sure it’s in good shape after carrying a heavier load than usual. You’ll want to ensure that your air conditioner is up to speed for extreme temperatures at the other end of the spectrum. Your HVAC technician will come to your home prepared with a checklist of items that should be addressed, and he or she will review them with you. If you have a maintenance contract on your system, you’ll receive special benefits for your membership. At HGH Mechanical, our preferred service agreements entitle our customers to a variety of conveniences.

These customers can enjoy benefits from either of two programs: preferred or elite. These provide two maintenance visits per year, with priority status over non-members, and only 10 percent out-of-pocket costs on parts and labor. The elite plan adds discounts on new equipment and after-hours service that protects your family if a system goes down in extreme temperatures.

Just like you maintain your car with regular oil changes and tire rotation, your heating and air conditioning system requires regular maintenance. In the long run, it can save you significant money and prevent unnecessary repairs. Spring into good habits with your twice-a-year check up for heating and cooling.

If you are looking for a Harford County based HVAC Technicians, then call 410-679-3794.



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