It Pays to Be a One Hour Comfort Club Member

May 3 ,2018

The best way to prevent catastrophic flood damage and heating/air conditioning repairs? Spot the warning signs early and take action before it’s too late. By joining the Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning Comfort Club maintenance program, you’ll do just that.

As a One Hour Comfort Club member, you’ll minimize your risk of an HVAC emergency and maximize your monetary and time savings. Your pass will get you annual cooling system, heating system, and humidifier tune-ups. Just like any other part of your house, your HVAC systems need consistent service and repairs in order to function properly. These annual maintenance check-ups will ensure that you catch any problems in their early stages before they get dangerous or expensive to fix.

Because your heating and air conditioning systems will be performing well, you’ll save quite a bit of money on your electricity bills. You’ll also extend the life of your equipment and increase the system’s capacity. Your equipment may last for up to 30% longer than systems that do not receive frequent preventative care.

Your Comfort Club membership will ensure that you get priority treatment when it comes to regular maintenance and unexpected problems. Northern’s One Hour will respond as quickly as possible to your calls and give you a priceless peace of mind.

The membership will also make sure that you pay no overtime charges. You’ll have access to discounts on replacements and repairs (up to 15 percent), as well as updated information on the newest projects and services. Whenever your system needs repairs or is due for maintenance, Northern One Hour will let you know. Chances are, you’ll save so much on regular repairs and damages that your membership will essentially pay for itself.

To learn more about the Comfort Club and its membership perks, give Northern One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning a call today at 763-412-1197.

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