Price is What You Pay. Value is What You Receive. - A.J. Perri. - NJ Skip to content

Price is What You Pay. Value is What You Receive.

free tuneups aren't free

If you don’t already work in the heating and cooling industry, you are at an immediate disadvantage anytime your furnace or air conditioner needs an emergency repair or replacement.

Who has the time or patience to check customer references when the sink is gushing, the furnace isn’t working or your water isn’t heating?

The fact of the matter is; you are at the mercy of any company you choose at the last minute.

While you can always ‘get a second opinion,’ more often than not, time is of paramount importance if you need an emergency repair.

Our biggest piece of advice to you, right now, before you need a plumber, heating or cooling technician or electrician is this: do your research and sign up for a maintenance agreement.

Who needs a heating, cooling or plumbing maintenance agreement?

Everyone. We’re serious. You will see more than just cost savings benefits from developing a relationship with your local home services company.

What are some benefits of a maintenance plan?

1. You come first. Your main objective, when signing up for your provider's maintenance agreement, should be to find a trustworthy contractor you can have on call 24/7.

2. Your provider knows your history. Suddenly your emergency is much more manageable. You now have a relationship with a company you can call on in a pinch. They will have a record of your maintenance, what type of equipment you have installed and your address for faster response time.

3. You save money. In addition to the benefit of spreading your maintenance costs out over a year, you will often qualify for discounted products and services too.

4. Peace of mind. Most providers will contact YOU when its time to maintain your system. You can rest assured that your system is well maintained and ready for winter.

If you’d like to learn more about our maintenance agreements, please visit our site or give us a call. We’d be happy to hear from you.