Maintenance Agreement Plan
Preventative maintenance is essential for keeping your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment in reliable, working order. Regular equipment inspections and tune-ups can help prevent system breakdowns, preserve warranties, promote efficiency, safeguard your investment, and lower utility bills.
Be sure you put HVAC maintenance on the top of your to-do list, and then turn to our professionals at Dana’s Heating & Air Cooling to get the work done efficiently and with quality workmanship. Our preventative maintenance plan, the Ultimate Savings Agreement (USA), makes HVAC upkeep in your Washington home convenient and affordable.
Benefits of a Maintenance Plan
The Ultimate Savings Agreement gives Bremerton members such perks such as a discount on repairs in addition to one tune-up every year on the system covered by the plan. Our maintenance specialists always consider manufacturer recommendations when performing regularly scheduled preventative maintenance, which includes a multipoint inspection, cleaning, tune-up, and filter change if applicable.
You will never pay overtime charges for service calls, even for weekend calls if you are an Ultimate Savings Agreement member. Best of all, these agreements give you peace of mind knowing we will take on the responsibility of your preventative maintenance. You will never need to think twice about it.
But you will notice a difference in your home’s comfort level after we perform a scheduled tune-up and cleaning of your heat pump or furnace. The air you breathe will be cleaner because your heating and cooling system will be free of dirt and debris. Your hot water may flow a little faster from your faucet after we flush any mineral buildup from your water heater. You may even notice your utility costs are lower after a thorough cleaning.
HVAC Maintenance Experience
With a preventative maintenance plan, you can look forward to an HVAC system that will last longer and operate at a high-efficiency rate. Let Dana’s Heating & Air Cooling team help safeguard your investment in your Bremerton home’s heating, cooling, and indoor air quality (IAQ) systems. Call us today about our Ultimate Savings Agreement.
You can trust our team of experts to keep track of your HVAC system’s needs. We will remind you when it is time for a seasonal tune-up and make it easy to schedule a maintenance service.
We are a family-owned, full-service HVAC company with more than 20 years of experience in the maintenance, repair, and installation of heating, cooling, and indoor air quality systems. We respect our customers and do everything possible to ensure 100 percent satisfaction.
At Dana’s Heating & Cooling, we are a certified business on Angie’s List with top ratings, and we have also earned top marks from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Our professional team is certified by North American Technician Excellence (NATE), the nation’s largest nonprofit certification organization for HVAC technicians. Our certification from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) attests to our knowledge of HVAC chemicals, such as air conditioning refrigerant, and our Performance Tested Comfort Systems (PTCS) certification underscores our heat pump and ductwork training.
In addition to our certifications, our electricians are licensed, compliant with Washington State requirements, and second to none in the Bremerton region. We approach every job with concern for your safety and comfort. Whether it is your air conditioner (AC) or the ductwork in your Bremerton home, we have the experts who know how to do the job correctly.
How often do I need to schedule tune-ups for my furnace and air conditioner?
At Dana’s Heating & Cooling, we recommend annual tune-ups for your furnace and air conditioner. Scheduling a spring tune-up for your air conditioner and a fall tune-up for your furnace will help keep your equipment running at peak efficiency for years to come.
How about tune-ups for my heat pump?
For your heat pump, we recommend scheduling a tune-up once in the spring and a second one in the fall. Your heat pump essentially does the job of your furnace and air conditioner, and therefore works twice as hard.
Do you have any DIY maintenance tips?
Yes! Our first tip is to regularly change your air filter. Replacing your furnace filters at least every 90 days has so many benefits, but it’s especially important during your spring HVAC maintenance. These filters work hard to catch all the dust, dirt, allergens, pet dander, hair, and other particles and pollutants and keep them from circulating throughout your home. Our professionals at Dana’s Heating & Cooling can offer advice on which filter rating works best with your particular system.
Our second tip is to maintain a two-foot clearance area around your outdoor air conditioner condenser or heat pump unit. Clear the area of weeds and other debris to get the best performance from your system.
What about maintenance for my tankless water heater?
All major manufacturers of tankless water heaters recommend annual maintenance and a flush of their products in the operating manual provided with the appliance. The recommendation is made because calcium and other minerals can line the tubing and heat exchanger inside the tankless water heater and slow the water flow—as well as inhibit the performance of the water heater. The harder the water is, the more likely an annual flush and maintenance become necessary.
How can I maintain my air ducts?
Air ducts are like a superhighway delivering fresh air to every room in your home. Industry standards recommend you have your air ducts inspected for cleanliness, cracks, and leaks every two years, and that you have your ducts cleaned every five to seven years or less. By having your air ducts cleaned regularly, you will help improve the indoor air quality in your home and enhance the efficiency of your HVAC system, which may reduce energy bills.
Call Your Maintenance Experts Today!
Purchasing HVAC equipment can be a significant expense—at Dana’s Heating & Cooling, we want to do everything possible to ensure you get the most value from your investment. Maintaining the system in your Bremerton ,Washington, home is just as important and oil changes and brake checkups for your vehicle.
Call 360.226.7369 or request service online today to learn more about preventative maintenance and how our team can help create a comfortable and healthier environment for you and your loved ones.