Thursday, January 13th, 2022 by Harrison Hallowell
We understand there’s a bit of concern when hearing we recommend annual maintenance for the home repair solutions we install. We say time and time again, that we’re dedicated to providing permanent solutions, and while this remains true, some of the products just need a little upkeep to guarantee they stand the test of time.
It’s easiest to put into perspective when comparing it to maintaining a vehicle. Regardless of whether you purchased it brand-new or used, you’re still going to have to pay for oil changes, windshield wiper replacements, tires, brake pads, etc. all to keep the car functioning properly and increase its longevity. Our home repair solutions are no different in the sense that you must maintain them to ensure they’re a lasting permanent solution. For example, our GeoLock wall anchors will have to be tightened over time to continue returning the wall to its original position. Our TripleSafe sump pumps need to be checked every year due to their mechanical nature and to guarantee all water is flowing through the system effectively.
Our industry-leading solutions, installed by the best technicians, require care and attention moving forward after the installation. Regular maintenance of your Midwest system is crucial in avoiding emergency service calls, ensuring each piece of the system is functioning properly and meeting the expected life span. When scheduling an annual maintenance appointment, you also receive a free, no-obligation inspection of your home and a complimentary basement protection evaluation to guarantee your basement is running efficiently and staying dry year-round.
Most of our services can be maintained by an annual maintenance appointment. From foundation repairs to egress windows, we want to make sure our solutions are exceeding your expectations and improving your well-being. Think of it as rotating your tires to make them last longer or having the oil and oil filter changed to keep the engine lubricated at all times. With that being said, a few of our products can be maintained by the homeowner, but we’ve found that most prefer the peace of mind of having a Midwest technician come to perform the maintenance. Either option you choose will be extremely beneficial to your home, and we encourage you to give your Midwest system the care it needs. Don’t hesitate to call and schedule your annual maintenance appointment or ask any other questions you may have.
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