March is designated as Month of the Military Caregiver and an opportunity to honor these selfless members of our communities. We at Energy Savers wholeheartedly salute those spouses, parents, children, family, friends, neighbors and social organizations who care for our nation’s wounded, ill or injured military members.

Caregiving, in general, is a growing category for Americans, especially as the population ages and most caregivers do it while balancing additional work and family obligations. With a dedication to such a responsibility, caregivers contribute to our veterans’ health and well-being as well as enable rehabilitation, recovery and improve quality of life.

Caring for One’s Self Often Secondary

According to Rand, there are 5.5 million people in the United States providing care for veterans. Encourage the caregiver to take care of himself or herself too. Many caregivers inevitably put individual needs last, often resulting in health problems of their own. Based on studies, an easy way to assist them is through support groups where they can find resources and emotional support. If you know a family in this situation offer to take care of errands, childcare, landscaping tasks or spend time with the veteran to give caregivers respite.

Alleviate Worries and Increase Reliability, Energy-Efficiency with an HVAC Service Plan

If you belong to a charitable organization, a thoughtful and meaningful service project might be to “gift” an HVAC service plan to a caregiver and his or her family.

A Priority Service Plan from Energy Savers, for example, includes preventative maintenance checkups of the heating system and the cooling system, priority scheduling, no overtime fees and discounts if repairs are needed. A NATE-certified technician inspects, cleans and lubricates various components of the system and can prevent small issues from turning into big problems. This easily gives the caregiver and often, head of the household, one less worry.  

An HVAC service plan also ensures a home’s heating and cooling operates as efficiently as possible. It also keeps utility costs in check. A “healthy” HVAC system also contributes to healthy indoor air quality. This is often a necessity for anyone with respiratory illnesses. These simple measures provide immeasurable peace of mind. Many homeowners and caregivers depend on consistent temperatures for the comfort of their loved ones. A well-maintained system is less likely to suddenly break down or leave a family in sweltering heat or freezing temperatures with an unexpected bill. Nothing wrecks a family budget or ruins plans like a surprise repair emergency.

Energy Savers’ HVAC Service Plan Helps You Care for Your Home

At Energy Savers, we want to share our knowledge with you by taking care of you and your home. Improve your air quality, as well as assure your HVAC system is healthy and able to reliably serve you and your family for the long term by making a small investment in a priority service plan. We even have three options to fit every budget!

Energy Savers is locally and family-owned. We have four decades of experience and a continuously trained team of NATE-certified technicians to assist you with all your HVAC needs. Located in Columbus, Georgia and Opelika, Alabama, we proudly serve the surrounding communities with the best in HVAC services including installations, repairs and maintenance. If you’re interested in an HVAC service plan for you, a loved one or as a philanthropic effort, reach out to us. 

Call us today – we want to bring our expertise to you.