Regular maintenance is important for the HVAC system in your Sarasota, Florida, home. We offer maintenance plans that make caring for your system easier and more affordable. Make sure you’re choosing the right HVAC maintenance plan for your comfort needs.

Consider Your Family’s Needs

Systems that receive regular maintenance provide cleaner air for your family. If you have asthma or allergy sufferers in your home, you may want to be more vigilant about your maintenance.

The Platinum Quarterly plan includes four visits a year. Two of these are for complete maintenance visits, while two include a filter change, drain line cleaning, and refrigerant check. If you’re less concerned about air quality, a Gold Semi-Annual agreement includes our 32-point inspection twice a year.

Check the State of Your System

As HVAC systems age, they’ll naturally need more maintenance and repairs. Our Platinum plan gives you a complimentary diagnostic with every repair, as well as a two-year warranty on repairs. This will help keep down expenses for an older system that needs frequent care.

Examine Your Budget

It’s important to have a maintenance plan that fits in your budget. Consider both the upfront cost and cost savings of our plans.

Though more expensive upfront, the Platinum plan eliminates the diagnostic charge for every repair. The Gold plan offers a discounted diagnostic rate. Without a maintenance plan, you’ll incur a higher fee for diagnostics with your HVAC repairs. A flat one-time maintenance fee applies to visits without a maintenance plan. If you need to keep costs low in the moment, this will give you a quick tune-up when you need it.

You should have your HVAC system serviced at least twice a year for the best performance. If you’re overdue for your visit, give Arctic Air Services, Inc. a call today at 941-203-7062. We can help you schedule a maintenance visit that suits your schedule and budget. Whether you choose to book a maintenance plan visit or schedule a one-time appointment, regular tune-ups will help you maintain essential home comfort.

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