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Increase the life expectancy of your furnace and ac

Published by Luke Weiden

The average life expectancy of a furnace and air conditioner is anywhere from 10 to 15 years. Deljo Heating and Air Conditioning has a secret. We can make your HVAC equipment last 20 years or more!

How? One word…maintenance.

Planned maintenance will save you big money in the long run. Think of your furnace and air conditioner the same way you would your car. You wouldn’t drive 10,000 miles without an oil change, would you? Consistent oil replacement and maintenance helps ensure that your vehicle will run way past 100,000 miles.

It’s the same for your air conditioner and furnace Simple things like changing filters, cleaning out dust and debris, and oiling the motors will keep you and your family cool in the summer and warm in the winter for years to come. No one wants to spend $5,000 to $15,000 on new equipment. Save that for vacation money!

With a Deljo Annual Maintenance Plan, we can help keep your equipment running for 20 years or more. Plans start at $200 annually and that can help save you big in the long run.

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