Collier's Comfort Blog: Archive for the ‘HVAC’ Category

Get Your Heater Ready for Winter—Now!

Monday, October 21st, 2019

cold-manChances are that you’ve already begun running your heater this year. Temperatures are cooling off quite a bit, and we’re dipping down into the 30’s at night. That is more than cold enough to justify firing up your home heating system. The problem is that too many homeowners do so before they’ve scheduled their heating maintenance for the year.  Even if you’re already running your heater, it is not too late to schedule this vital service with our Fort Wayne, IN HVAC pros.

In fact, we value routine HVAC  maintenance so much that we offer enrollment in our HomeSavers Club to maximize savings and make the process as simple as possible for our clients. There is no reason to let heating maintenance pass you by. Consider the following, and remember that scheduling heating maintenance a bit later than you should have is a much better option than skipping over it entirely. If you have any questions or you’re ready to schedule your tune-up, our team is here to take your call.

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3 Major Benefits of the HVAC Tune-Up

Monday, September 9th, 2019

thumbs-upIf we were to tell you that there is a simple way to keep your HVAC systems in the best working condition, would you be interested? We’re willing to be that the answer is yes, which is why we’re posting this today! The simple fact of the matter is that there is nothing better that you can do for your HVAC systems in Fort Wayne, IN, than scheduling routine HVAC maintenance. Provided, of course, that you work with qualified professionals.

That’s why you want to work with the pros on our staff. Our HomeSavers Club makes it easier than ever to keep up with routine HVAC maintenance that your systems need to succeed, and it offers a few additional benefits over the already outstanding perks that maintenance has to offer. If you have any doubts about just how important maintaining your HVAC system truly is, then today’s post should put them to rest. Reach out with any questions that you have. 

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