Air Design Comprehensive Maintenance Agreement

AIR DESIGN services all air conditioner makes and models. We have created service standards second to none in the industry, thanks to our advanced equipment training and commitment to continuing education. Our certified technicians are always responsive to your needs. AIR DESIGN’s Preventative Maintenance Agreement (PMA) will save you money and extend the life of your heating and cooling system. With typical service agreements, you pay top dollar for priority service and repairs. With an AIR DESIGN Preventative Maintenance Agreement, you not only get priority service at a discount, but we will work hard to prevent untimely breakdowns from happening in the first place, saving you money in the process. We have found that the best way to protect the life of any comfort system is to make sure it is regularly serviced, just like your car. Our maintenance program helps ensure you get the most out of your current system.

AIR DESIGN PM Contract Benefits Include

  • AIR DESIGN certified technicians
  • 2 year warranty on all repairs
  • 24-hour emergency service & priority service over non-plan customers (Appointment within 24hrs).
  • Extended appointment times to fit YOUR schedule
  • Reduced system breakdowns
  • Increased efficiency & reduced energy costs
  • Improved comfort and reliability
  • Safe operation of equipment
  • 15% discount on heating and cooling repairs
  • 5% discount on heating & cooling equipment

Preventive Maintenance = $avings

Preventive maintenance agreements (PMAs) are agreements between you and AIR DESIGN for scheduled inspections and maintenance of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system. PMAs are scheduled semi-annually to maintain peak efficiency, prevent utility overpayment, and avert system failures through predictive maintenance that can help extend the life of your HVAC system. PMAs usually consist of fall and spring scheduled sessions for an AIR DESIGN service technician to go through your entire HVAC system preparing it for the upcoming season in a proactive approach before system failure and prior to overpaying your utility company.

Energy Consumption

The HVAC system is most likely the single biggest use of energy in your home. In commercial applications where refrigeration is applied (combined with the HVAC systems), huge amounts of energy are used in the building. In fact, over 1/3 of the energy used in the United States is used to heat and cool buildings. According to the Consortium of Energy Efficiency (CEE) up to 50% more energy can be saved with proper installation, sizing, and maintenance of central air conditioning and heat pumps. This is proof that proper maintenance can save homeowners up to 50% in energy costs,” according to Larry Taylor, President of Air Rite A/C Company, Inc., Fort Worth, Texas.

Out of Sight, NOT Out of Mind

The old but true cliché “out of sight, out of mind” is often the reason for neglected maintenance guidelines for your HVAC system. HVAC systems are usually installed where they aren’t seen, such as in a section of the basement, a closet, on rooftops, or in mechanical rooms, making them easy to ignore. The systems are simply taken for granted, until they fail. Decreased efficiency, utility overpayment, discomfort, loss of productivity, eventual premature replacement, and higher repair costs are the result. Just because your HVAC system is out of sight, does not mean it can be neglected. Getting your HVAC system checked twice annually is just as important as changing the oil in your car every 3,000 miles! (According to many equipment manufacturers, a 10% refrigerant loss will result in a 20% decrease in system efficiency!)