“I know I will get top of the line, professional service and no surprise bills.”

It may be hard to believe, but bitterly cold temperatures are right around the corner for many people. Soon you may be firing your furnace up to help keep your family warm and comfortable.


You may be thinking that all you need to do is switch your thermostat from “COOL” to “HEAT” for this to happen. Many homeowners mistakenly believe that they don’t need a tune-up appointment for this vital appliance since it seemed to be working “just fine” before they shut it off back in the spring when the weather warmed up.


However, expert heating and cooling technicians agree that you should have your system tuned-up by a professional at least once per year. That’s when your heating system will be carefully cleaned and examined to make sure all components are working as they should. This is when many potential problems can be caught and taken care of before they result in a breakdown of your unit.


Be like Jamie and schedule an appointment every year!

Jamie N. of the Chicago suburbs knows just how important it is to keep her heating system operating efficiently. She’s a longtime customer who has been enrolled in our Heating Maintenance plan for many years.


Each year, Jamie makes it her mission to schedule her annual tune-up appointment so that her family doesn’t have to suffer in the cold with a heater that wasn’t able to keep up with harsh winter days. “I have always had a positive experience with every maintenance [technician] they have provided for me,” said this satisfied customer.


Jamie went on to say, “I know I will get top of the line, professional service and no surprise bills. I tell all my friends to use it.”


Want to protect your heating system?

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