Valentine’s Day gifts of candy, jewelry, and flowers are great for loving couples. Well, we at Masters Heating and Cooling love our clients, and we want to roll out the red carpet for them. Our gift idea may not inspire romance, but it will bring peace of mind and in the long run it will almost certainly save money.
It’s a membership in our exclusive maintenance program. For one flat fee members receive several services to help keep your heating and cooling systems running efficiently.
This is what you receive as part of the Energy Savings Agreement (ESA) membership:
- Annual 17-Point Precision Furnace Tune-Up
- Annual 17-Point Air Conditioner Tune-Up
- Priority Service
- 15% Discount On Parts and Labor
- No Overtime Charges
The regular maintenance program brings several benefits for the customer. You will be in compliance with your system warranty and your HVAC system will run more efficiently and last longer. It will also make your home more comfortable by keeping the temperature at a consistent level.
Plus, when our professionally trained service technicians from Masters Heating and Cooling come to your home they will keep an eye out for things you can’t yet see. They can prevent big future problems by spotting the small maintenance issues that can cause the big problems.
We don’t recommend presenting a membership in our Energy Saving Agreement as a Valentine’s Day gift to your significant other. It could result in the severe glares and the silent treatment. But what is a good idea is to make it a gift for the both of you. Long after the candy is gone and the flowers have dried up, that ESA maintenance agreement will be working to keep your home safe and comfortable.
So call our Comfort Advisors at Masters Heating and Cooling right now and we’ll show you how you can join. We will explain the various options, pricing, and payment plans available to meet your needs. Here’s what we want for you: when you’re snuggling with your partner we want it to be for romance, not because you’re trying to keep each other warm because the furnace stopped working.