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Planning and budgeting for what you know is going to happen – such as fixed monthly bills like a mortgage or car payment – is tough enough. But planning for the unexpected? Seems like an oxymoron, right?

That said, planning for the unexpected is crucial, especially with the cold winter season and the hectic and financially-challenging holidays approaching. Failing to have a plan when a major appliance unexpectedly breaks down can lead to not only stress, but damage to your home and your family’s comfort.

That’s why your friends at Masters Heating & Cooling offer flexible payment plans for all needs and all budgets. You may not know if an unexpected breakdown is in your future, but

whether it’s an HVAC replacement or a water heater replacement, we can make your life easier with special financing. These plans can give you up to 72 months to pay off the installation and come with affordable interest rates. Masters offers a complete line of Carrier equipment, so in the event that your system needs replacing, manufacturer rebates up to $1,650 are currently being offered. We also carry A.O. Smith traditional water heaters as well as Rinnai tankless heaters.

If it is a major repair that has come up out of nowhere, we can help with that, too. We know that breakdowns occur at the least opportune times, whether it is a plumbing or HVAC issue. We stand by 24/7, 365 days a year to handle all service requests, emergency or otherwise. And don’t forget that a great way to help prevent unexpected breakdowns is to keep up with regular maintenance. Regular maintenance performed by our professionally-licensed technicians will keep your equipment running smoothly and efficiently, help extend its lifespan and help save you money on your energy bills. We can make it easy for you with our Energy Savings Agreement (ESA) Maintenance Plan; exclusive membership includes comprehensive heating and A/C tune-ups, priority service, discounts on parts and labor and more.

Winter is coming and the last thing you need is an unexpected heating system breakdown. But if it does happen, be ready for it by calling Masters … we get there faster! And please like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.