The real cost of poor HVAC performance

Providing your HVAC units with either too little maintenance, or opting for "run to failure," has significant consequences: high emergency repair costs, reduced unit life, and potential replacement costs of $5,000 or more. That frequently leads to landlord tenant conflict, slower lease-up and, as a result, reduced property value over time.

All of which is entirely avoidable by the simple virtue of having your contractor switch to a proactive HVAC Quality Maintenance Program.

Next Step: For more insights and valuable Quality Maintenance information, download our HVAC fact sheet.

Value of optimizing HVAC

Proactive maintenance of your building’s HVAC system helps you lower upkeep costs by as much as 40%. At the same time, studies show that optimal HVAC performance affects the health, comfort, and productivity of the building, while also helping you prepare for commercial time-of-use billing.

Next step: Talk to your contractor, or find a qualified PG&E Quality Maintenance contractor.

Quality Maintenance

Quality Maintenance is a statewide effort designed to increase energy efficiency by bringing HVAC performance into compliance with national standards.
  • Your contractor will inventory and assess your current units.
  • Together, you and your contractor then agree on a Quality Maintenance plan.
  • The first step is a baseline tune-up to bring your system up to national standards.
  • You can earn up to $3,836 per HVAC unit in PG&E incentives for implementing a 3-year Quality Maintenance program that keeps the system in peak condition.

Next step: Call 1-888-265-0057 for information or submit your questions by filling in a simple form.
PG&E offers owners incentives of up to $3,836/unit to implement a Quality Maintenance plan for HVAC package units. This amount is paid over 3 years.

Next step: Download our HVAC ebrochure to find out more about PG&E’s Quality Maintenance incentives.

All participating program contractors have completed training in the national standards set by ASHRAE and ACCA.

Next step: Talk to your contractor, or find a qualified PG&E Quality Maintenance contractor.

Eventually, all HVAC units will require replacement. But instead of a capital expense, consider it an opportunity to capitalize on the latest and most energy efficient technology.

Next step: Talk to your contractor, or call 1-888-265-0057 for more information about Quality Installation contractors.


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