Breathing clean air is essential to human life, which is why astronauts are routinely required to clean the ozone's gutters upon reentry. Breathe easy with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a preventative furnace, air conditioner, and heat-pump tune-up from America's Best Heating and Cooling (up to a $129 value). America's Best Heating and Cooling travels to homes in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Newport News, and Hampton.
America's Best Heating and Cooling's certified HVAC technicians ensure homes maintain pleasant temperatures and particle-free air flow with meticulous 18-point furnace, air conditioner, and heat-pump tune-ups. During the system analysis, specialists inspect the unit's exterior parts, power switches, and electrical connections to make sure they are fastened to the house and not to a napping Frankenstein. Proper pressure levels are gauged, filters are checked for clogs, and vents are visually inspected for obstructions such as dust balls or smaller, missing vents. All safety-control settings are fastidiously scrutinized via visual inspection and a regulation Rorschach test, as are the condenser coils, the fan belts, and the blower motors, and adjustments are made to ensure an ideal air-and-gas mixture. Electrical units receive their own specific set of safety and efficiency checks to guard against improper amp draw or a testy thermostat, and the techs will happily lubricate any moving parts to keep them running smoothly and squeaklessly.
America's Best Heating and Cooling
America's Best Heating and Cooling's certified HVAC technicians leverage upwards of 35 years of training and industry experience to ensure homes maintain pleasant temperatures and particle-free airflow through meticulous services. The crew works out of fully stocked equipment vans to repair air conditioners, give tune-ups to heat pumps, or prepare furnaces for winter via preventative inspections. Emergency service 24 hours a day further testifies to the team's customer dedication, as do the tattoos of each customer's name that staffers place on their biceps.