What You'll Get
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 Between Two Options
- $39 for an air-conditioning safety inspection and tune-up (a $175 value)<p>
In an effort to help boost energy efficiency by 20%–30%, HVAC technicians pressure wash the condenser coil, inspect and tighten wires, and check refrigerant levels. They also conduct a temperature drop across the evaporator, blow out the drain line to the condensate pump, and start the cooling equipment to ensure it works properly.
- $500 for $1,000 toward central or ductless air-conditioning installation, plus a free consultation.<p>
Total installation costs range from $2,500 to $17,000, depending on size, brand, and the presence of existing ductwork and parts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice or $25 fee may apply. Valid only within 30 miles of 12010. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Abraham Heating and Cooling, Inc.
“I like the fact that I get to know my clients on a more personal level and not just as a name on an invoice," says Richard Miller, founder and patriarch of family-owned Abraham Heating and Cooling, Inc. His daughter, Amanda Miller-Sweener, helps him achieve his ideals of personalized service by handling the office work, conducting an orchestra of telephone rings, and scheduling appointments for humidification, generator, and heating and cooling services. Amanda’s husband and head HVAC technician Justin Sweener visits residences and commercial sites to install units from Thermo Pride, Energy Kinetics, Goodman, and Boyertown Foundry. Dedicated to energy-efficient appliances, the team offers geothermal heat pumps that yield 4–5 kilowatts of heat for every kilowatt of electricity, and employ ground temperature to cool homes and monitor the moods of earthworms.