A lot of folks in my industry don’t really want to talk about the #1 Reason for air conditioner system failure. But let me give you a hint: when I say it’s a “dark and dirty” secret, I do mean dirty!
That’s right. It’s not age. Or brand. Or weather hazards. Or constant adjustments of the thermostat. Nope. The #1 Reason for air conditioner system or refrigerated air failure is dirt.
When you think about it, it should be no surprise why this reason isn’t exactly well-known among homeowners. The fact is, a new system costs thousands of dollars. Yet regular maintenance to prevent system failure is just pennies on the dollar. Get the picture?
So that’s why SoBellas Home Services is making a strong effort to let this secret out of the bag.
At SoBellas, we feel it is our ethical duty to show you how to: A) Save money, B) Save time and C) Save you hassle and headaches. And you can help us help you by clicking to schedule our 21-Point “Energy Saver” Tune-Up. Here’s why…
- Your system gets fully cleaned, adjusted and reset to factory spec. It’s the same principle as servicing your car on a regular basis. It keeps it running in tip-top shape and helps you pinpoint any trouble spots. (A $200 value.)
- You’ll get a carbon monoxide test on your system. This is an odorless gas that puts families in real risk if not detected. (A $160 value, plus a priceless life-saving possibility.)
- Repair-Free Guarantee. If you need any repairs over the next 30 days after your tune-up, we’ll refund every single penny of the tune-up’s cost!
- 100% Return on Investment Guaranteed. Save your tune-up cost in energy usage over the next 120 days (compared to the same period last year)
With all the other extras we throw in, your full service tune-up is a $400 value – that we’re offering right now for just $173.
Now that the secret’s out, take the logical step in true home comfort. Keep your air conditioner system maintained and keep it healthy. It its not healthy, give us a call for air conditioning and furnace repair near my location.
If you would like some information on converting to refrigerated air or purchasing a new air conditioning system, please give us a call today. We have banks standing by ready to help with all your purchase needs.
Combine an AC Tune-Up with Energy-Efficient Improvements to Minimize Energy Costs
Heater tune up to maximize energy efficiency all year.
Texas does not get that cold throughout the year, so you should not have to worry too much about keeping your heating system maintained before summer arrives as it may not get much use, if any at all. In some cases, you may find yourself using your air-conditioning to stay cool on extremely hot days. Since you do not have to rely on your furnace as much after winter comes to an end, you should get a heater tune up. During this time, you will also find it beneficial to make energy-efficient improvements to minimize future energy costs.
Avoid Replacing Your Air Conditioning System
At some point in time, you will have to replace your air-conditioning system. However, you can extend your current system’s lifetime by getting tune-ups on a regular basis and improving the energy efficiency of your home. The heater tune up will help you save money in the long run by maximizing furnace longevity.
Make Changes during the Cooler Season
It is ideal to make changes and improvements in your home during wintertime, mainly because you can get away with replacing a window and not have it be unbearable in your home during the installation.
Prepare for a Comfortable and Affordable Summer
Fall, winter, and early spring should be pretty minor temperature-wise, but summer can be quite rough. Fortunately, your willingness to make improvements before this scorching season arrives will ensure that you are ready to have a comfortable and affordable winter in your home with a hassle free heater tune up.
If you want to get a heater tune up, feel free to contact us today.
The guys in the yellow booties are here for all your air conditioner repair needs, along with expert swamp cooler conversions. Look to the pros if you have any questions about converting to refrigerated air conditioning with SoBellas. Call us with questions like, how much does refrigerated air cost or anything about refrigerated air conversion.
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