Warmer weather is on the way (we hope) which means it’s time to start spring cleaning. The first day of spring is March 20 but there is no time like the present to have your air conditioning unit cleaned. Here are some tips for spring cleaning your home but let us take care of your HVAC unit and go ahead and strike one thing off of your list.
We Understand Hot
We understand “hot” much better than someone who does not have to live through our summers. So when it comes to air conditioning repair and air conditioning service, we know that waiting for relief can be more than a little uncomfortable. Contact us to have your AC unit cleaned and prepared for warm weather and avoid turning it on to discover that it is not working correctly.
Sign up for our Maintenance Plan
The best way to make sure your cooling service is up to the demands of the spring and summer is by signing up for our Maintenance Plan. Our clients on maintenance plans have had less than 2% failure rate over the last two years!
Included in the Maintenance Plan are two cleaning visits. Now is the perfect time to sign up, as this will include your spring cleaning visit. For the Maintenance Plan, we come out once in the fall and once in the spring to make sure everything is in tip-top shape.
The summer is one of our busiest seasons, but when you are on our Maintenance Plan, you have priority scheduling and will always move to the top of the list. By having your AC unit serviced this time of year, you can rest assured that your equipment will run smoothly all season long. Not only will it run smoothly, but it will also be quieter, last longer, and it will even reduce your energy bills! This way you can get the most from your energy dollar for the entire cooling season.
Avoid the Emergency Service Call
It may not be warm yet, but we know that it is coming. Give us a call today at 919-755-1957 to prepare your home for the weather ahead.
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