Sponsored by: Resort Maintennce, Inc.
One of the most daunting challenges many homeowners face is dealing with heating and air conditioning equipment problems. Do you need a new HVAC system, or can your existing system be repaired? If you need a new system, what are your options? If your system takes too long to heat or cool your house…or your energy bill keeps increasing…or perhaps water is showing up on your ceiling, it’s time to have your system inspected by a certified technician from a reputable and knowledgeable HVAC company like Resort Maintenance, Inc.
It is recommended that you have your heat/air system inspected and serviced twice a year, once in cool mode and once in heat mode. With so many government-mandated changes in the HVAC industry, Resort Maintenance, Inc. can answer your questions about SEER rating, changing from R-22 to R410-A (more ozone friendly) refrigerant systems, and single-speed vs. variable-speed equipment. Higher efficiency, more comfort, and lower utility bills is the goal.
Resort Maintenance, Inc., locally owned & operated by Kevin & Julie Colson, has served East of the Cooper since 1988, providing quality heating and air conditioning services. Our NATE certified technicians continually attend classes to expand their knowledge and ability to properly diagnose problems and perform repairs on all makes and models of HVAC equipment. When it is time to replace your HVAC system, we will perform a load calculation, discuss options with you, and give you the knowledge necessary to make the best decision to meet your needs. Whether it’s replacing, repairing, or maintaining your current heating & air conditioning system, Resort Maintenance has the knowledge and ability to exceed your expectations.
We are currently offering a spring promotion through June 30, 2015, with the installation of a new qualifying American Standard system. The 2 options include: 36-months financing with no interest and minimum payments, or a rebate of up to $1,100. Call Charles at our Resort Maintenance office @ 881-1044 to discuss the available options. Check us out at www.ResortMaintenance.com.
How to contact Resort Maintenance...
Phone: (843) 881-1044