HomeHVAC Maintenance Agreement


Why You Need An Annual Maintenance Program

Prevents Untimely Repairs During Peak Season
Extends The Life of Your HVAC System
Priority Emergency Service
Improves Reliability
Helps Maintain Warranties

Routine maintenance is important for your furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner for the same reason your vehicle requires annual maintenance and oil changes. You want your HVAC to perform at it’s best when you need it most.

Our Planned Maintenance Agreement is a convenient way to maintain your HVAC investment. We offer yearly pre-paid plans for annual service. Your purchase of the HVAC Planned Maintenance Agreement includes two onsite visits from one of our highly trained technicians to perform routine cleanings and tune-up. Our team will assess and address any weak components to your system.

Be proactive in the health of your heating & cooling system and contact Mountain Valley Home Comfort to have your system checked today!

The Benefits of Mountain Valley's Maintenance Agreement

Our Maintenance Plan Can Have You Saving Money TODAY.
Priority Service
When you have a maintenance agreement from Mountain Valley, YOU are our priority. You jump to the head of the line should an emergency HVAC repair call become necessary. You are put right to the top of our response list. One of our service technician teams will promptly come onsite to restore function to your HVAC system meaning minimal disruption for you.
15% Discount on Any Repairs
Preferred Maintenance Agreement Owners receive a 15% discount off any repairs that may be necessary. If additional service is needed, we extend a 10% discount on parts and offer a preferred hourly labor rate. We make peak performance a priority and deliver quality the way it ought to be.

Call (540) 740-3844 To Schedule
Your Heating or Air Conditioning Tune-Up Today!

2064 Old Valley Pike
New Market, VA 22844
(540) 740-3844
260 Charles St
Harrisonburg, VA 22802
(540) 433-0106

24 Hour Heating & Air Emergency Service

(540) 592-8612

Proudly meets the HVAC needs of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley in Shenandoah County, Page County, Warren County, Winchester, Rockingham County, Harrisonburg, Augusta County, and Staunton, and in West Virginia’s Pendleton County, and Hardy County.