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Fort Worth Residents Save Now with AC & Heating Service Agreements

With energy costs constantly on the rise, you’ve got to find ways to lower your monthly electric bill. We want to help our customers steer clear of soaring utility costs, and that’s why we’re announcing our Airwise Heating & Air Conditioning Discount Club Membership.

Did you know that 94 percent of heating and air conditioning break downs occur on non-maintained HVAC systems? Our maintenance agreement will save you money and give you peace of mind. You won’t have to worry about your home heating and cooling system breaking down with professional attention from one of our skilled technicians. An air conditioning preventative maintenance plan will keep you one step ahead of major heating and AC repairs.

With our exclusive Airwise Heating & Air Conditioning Discount Club Membership, our highly-trained and certified technicians thoroughly check and maintain your system with a 23-point inspection biannually. You will get a comprehensive furnace tune-up in the fall and an air conditioning tune-up in the spring. Plus, you’ll receive these special benefits:

  • 10% discount on air conditioning and heating repairs
  • Standard size filter replacement included at fall check-up
  • Correct problems before they become costly emergencies
  • Lower utility bills because a seasonal tune-ups of your system improve efficiency and comfort
  • 5 percent discount on ductwork, replacements, installations and special services
  • No overtime charges
  • $20 off any diagnostic fee
  • Priority Service over non-club members that generally results in same day service
  • Ability to transfer the contract to a new owner or your new home.

When your home system is operating at peak efficiency, it saves you money every time you turn it on. In many cases, the energy savings are more than enough to pay for our discount club membership! Call us today for details.


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