Save Now! Stay Warm All Winter!
Save $155 on Furnace Tune Ups*
Pre-Season Special: $138
Home Care Club Members: $115
Boiler Tune Up Regular Price: $404
Boiler Tune Up Pre-season Special: $207
Boiler Tune Up Home Care Club Members: $172.50
Having your furnace or boiler tuned up now before it gets really cold will make sure your unit is operating at peak efficiency, while at the same time lowering your energy costs. Plus, we can diagnose and fix problems so your unit does not go out during the dead of winter.
Our tune up includes:
- Test starting capabilities
- Test blower components
- Check amp draw of motors
- Test heating cycle
- Inspect and clean burners
- Inspect heat exchanger
- Inspect wiring and electrical connections
- Vacuum inside of unit
- Check the thermostat
- Check the air filter
- Check safety controls
- Check air flow
- Check condensate drain
- Check exhaust vent piping
If you do need a new unit, you can receive up to $2,190 in rebates and credits on a new heating and cooling system and enjoy 0% financing for 12 months.**
*Includes up to one hour of labor; parts extra. May not be combined with any other offers. Additional discounts for multiple units. Pricing is for a single furnace or boiler. Humidifiers, filters, pads, attic and crawl space access are extra. Boiler tune-up pricing is for cast iron boilers; condensing boilers are extra. Offer valid through November 30, 2020.
**Offers not valid on prior purchases and cannot be combined with any other offers. Some restrictions apply. Rebates and credits valid only on qualifying equipment purchased between 8/14/20 and 11/30/20 and installed and paid for in full prior to 12/29/20. Financing with approved credit. Utility rebates subject to local utility guidelines; rebates may not be available in all areas.
Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment.
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