Couples focus on the traditional gifts like flowers, candy, and jewelry to express their feelings on Valentine’s Day. Well, we at Armstrong Plumbing, Air & Electric want to show our appreciation with another gift idea. While it may not inspire romance, it will bring peace of mind and in the long run it will almost certainly save money.
It’s a membership in our exclusive Armstrong Service Agreement Program (A.S.A.P.) 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:
- Same day priority service
- 10% Discount on repairs
- Annual air conditioning tune-up
- Annual heating/furnace tune-up
But the benefits of our program go well beyond those items. Regular maintenance means you will be in compliance with your system warranty and your HVAC system will run more efficiently and last longer. You can even see a significant reduction in your monthly utility bills.
Plus, when our professionally trained technicians from Armstrong Plumbing, Air & Electric come to your home they will keep an eye out for things you can’t yet see. They can catch the small maintenance issues with the potential to cause big problems in the future.
Do we recommend presenting a maintenance agreement membership to your significant other as a Valentine’s Day gift? Only if you are prepared for the silent treatment and angry glares that could persist for days or even weeks. So no, that’s not a good idea, 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 Armstrong right now and we’ll show you how you can join our maintenance program. We will explain all the options, pricing, and payment plans available to meet your needs. Think of it this way, our A.S.A.P. maintenance program will help ensure that when you snuggle with your partner you’ll be doing it for the romance, not to keep each other warm because the furnace stopped working.