Air conditioning tames America's harshest climates, from the scorching heat of the Southwest to the poorly ventilated geodesic dome covering Maine. Outwit your atmosphere with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a standard air-conditioner tune-up (up to a $99 value)
- $59 for an air-conditioner tune-up with a safety-systems inspection (up to a $148 value)
- $79 for an air-conditioner tune-up with safety-systems and duct inspections (up to a $207 value)
The 32-point standard air-conditioner inspection begins with a recalibration of the thermostat. Technicians then check electrical components, the evaporation coil, and refrigerants, and evaluate the supply and return of air. Filters can be replaced if needed for an additional fee. During a safety-systems inspection, an infrared camera will record the condition of the heat exchanger to prevent carbon monoxide leakage. Duct inspections ensure air flows freely through all channels and look for leaks and other deficiencies.
One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning
The technicians at One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning have been racing the clock since 1985 to expertly install and repair commercial and residential climate-control systems. More than a quarter century of accrued knowledge informs their work, and tech advancements have given them infrared cameras and other efficient, accurate diagnostic tools that will render you in the colors of a tropical sunset. Having earned Seals of Safety, all technicians are carefully vetted, trained, and insured, and channel their love of efficiency into courting Mother Nature with the Green Screened program, which promotes environmentally friendly appliances. In their tool belts, they have skills to maintain systems from Carrier, Lennox, Trane, and Goodman, among many others, and as a member of One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning's national franchise, they guarantee their handiwork with a 100% money-back guarantee.
They also pride themselves on their friendliness and courtesy, going so far as to send you a picture of your technician in advance so you may differentiate them from the Mystery Date characters still showing up from childhood games. To share their positivity with the community, the crew has sponsored toy and cell-phone drives, and Delta Sigma Phi's annual tandem bike ride for the Hope House. Their mascot, a bright-yellow clock named Tick Tock, appears at sporting events and on the hood of the racecar they sponsored in 2010.