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The average Canadian spends over $4000 on energy bills every year. With it being so expensive, the last thing you want is to have expensive HVAC repairs on top of the cost of running it.

Despite that, many people don't get annual HVAC maintenance because they don't see the point or don't want to pay for it.

If you're cynical about the idea of requiring HVAC maintenance services every year, here's a guide as to why they're necessary.


An HVAC maintenance company's priority when they come to check on your system is to make sure everything is running smoothly. They'll check that no parts need repairs or replacement and that everything is as it should be.

This is important because when problems start to develop, you may not feel them right away. It can take a while for a minor problem to develop into a larger one so you may think everything is running fine while slowly, inside of your system, a problem is getting worse.

Fixing it is key not just to the temperature and comfort of the house, but to make sure it doesn't turn into an expensive repair.


Between home and work, Canadians spend approximately 90% of their time indoors. That means it's important not just for the temperature to be comfortable, but for the air quality to be good both at their place of business and home.

If the HVAC system has gotten dirty anywhere or the filter has become clogged, it's going to send allergens and dust shooting around the house and circulating through the events.

This is not only uncomfortable for your average person (who may notice an uptick in sneezing and blocked sinuses) but it can even be dangerous for people with respiratory diseases.

Regular maintenance of the HVAC unit ensures that everyone in the building is safe and the air quality is good.


The other reason that annual HVAC maintenance is critical is simple: finances.

Many people skip the annual maintenance because they don't want to pay the cost of it. That leads to problems going undetected and turning into major issues that cause the entire unit to stop working. It may even need to be replaced sooner than its predicted lifespan if left ignored.

That then means paying up to thousands when regular maintenance would never cost that much. It's important to think in the long term!


If you own a heating and cooling system, then regular HVAC maintenance is absolutely essential. Most professionals suggest that once a year is adequate to keep your unit in good shape, so make sure you set aside the time and money to have a technician come out.

You'll be thankful for it when your unit lasts for a long time and keeps you comfortable throughout the seasons.

If you need HVAC services in the lower mainland, whether commercial or residential, contact us today, and let's see what we can do for you.


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