There are 5-star restaurants, 5-star movies, and 5-star hotels. They all stand for excellence, and the same thing can be said for the 5-Star Comfort Plan maintenance agreement offered by Sanborn’s Air Conditioning and Heating.
While flowers, candy, and jewelry are all great Valentine’s Day gifts for loving couples, the 5-Star Comfort Plan is also a great gift idea. It may not inspire romance, but it will bring peace of mind and in the long run it will almost certainly save money.
It’s our exclusive maintenance program. What it means is you will pay a flat fee for a membership and receive several benefits to help keep your heating and cooling systems running efficiently. Here are just some of the perks you receive:
- A/C System 27-Point Tune-Up
- Heat System 27-Point Tune-Up
- Duct Inspection for Proper Air Flow
- Same Day, Priority Service
- Same Day Replacement on Parts
- No Overtime Charges
- Reduced Diagnostic Fee
- 15% Savings on Parts and Labor
- Carbon Monoxide Inspection
On top of those benefits, regular maintenance also means you will be in compliance with your system warranty and your HVAC system will run more efficiently and last longer. Plus, when Sanborn’s professionally trained technicians come to your home they will keep an eye out for things you can’t yet see. They can catch the small maintenance issues that have the potential to cause big problems.
Do we recommend presenting a 5-Star Comfort Plan maintenance agreement to your significant other as a Valentine’s Day gift? Only if you are prepared for the silent treatment that could last several months. But it would be a great gift for the both of you. Long after the candy is gone and the flowers have dried up, that maintenance agreement will be working to keep your home safe and comfortable.
So call Sanborn’s Air Conditioning and Heating, and we’ll show you how you can join right away. We will explain all the options, pricing, and payment plans available to meet your needs. That way when you snuggle with your partner you’ll be doing it for the romance, not to keep each other warm because the heat stopped working.