Schedule Your Fall Tune Up

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Although we’re not quite ready to switch our air conditioning to heat, it’s time to start thinking about when your HVAC was last serviced? In order for
your heating and cooling unit to work properly and efficiently, it is necessary to have your HVAC serviced at least twice a year – when you switch
from heat to air conditioning and from air conditioning back to heat. As the fall season approaches, now is the time to schedule your HVAC service
and maintenance appointment with our technicians. We’ll come out, access your unit, make any necessary repairs, replace filters and more. Routine maintenance
and service is also a great way to spot any issues that could become worse and end up becoming very costly.

We’re still offering our Labor Day special with the purchase of each new Trane heating and air conditioning unit! When you purchase a new Trane unit between
now and the end of the month, we’re including FREE Rust Grip. Rust Grip is a one coat encapsulation solution that seals the surface of your new HVAC
unit to protect it from moisture and other particles in the air. This coating prevents rust from developing and other particles from penetrating the
surface of the unit. By protecting and coating your unit, Rust Grip extends the life of your new HVAC by up to 7 years! That means that your new Trane
until could operate and heat and cool your home for up to 7 years longer than expected!

If you’ve been considering upgrading your HVAC or you are truly in need of a new system, now is the time! Give us a call today to discover which unit is
best for you home and your space.

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