When you purchase any thermostat with the Tower name and phone number on it, we will warranty it forever – parts AND labor!
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Keep cool this summer with the help of Nest Learning Thermostat. Nest Learning Thermostat is beautifully designed to keep you comfortable and help save energy. This month you can save money up front by purchasing one from us – just $249 installed! Already have a Nest thermostat? We will install it for just $99!
Understand how your air conditioner works and the different parts of your system from our Tower Tips!
The largest energy consuming appliance in your home is your air conditioning unit. Cleaning your AC coils will allow it to cool your home using far less power – six to 30% less! Get signed up for your bi-annual (cooling & heating) Maintenace Plan and follow these easy steps to keep your AC unit in tip-top shape between appointments.
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Soaring energy costs can end up costing you a fortune! Now more than ever, it is so important that you take the proper steps to keep your home comfortable without spending more than you have to. Here are a few quick Tower Tips that will help you maintain your comfort system and keep your home cool all summer long.
Air filters remove the dust and debris from your home that would otherwise clog the air conditioning and heating system and potentially affect your respiratory health. We recommend changing your air filters every three months—or more, if you have hairy pets (even a hamster!).
Why should you replace your HVAC system when a repair will do the trick? Unless you’ve had a wealth of training (or some genius-born skills), not many know which is the best option. Here are our four Tower Tips to help you diagnose when to repair (and not replace) a furnace or air conditioner.