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Genz-Ryan - Minneapolis / St Paul

$29 for a Complete Furnace Tune-Up from Genz-Ryan ($189 Value)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Sep 11th, 2013.
  • Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24hr cancellation notice required. Valid only for select service areas. Valid only for residential units. Not valid on rentals or hot water boilers. Not valid for commercial buildings, geothermal systems, or mobile home units. Home must be owner occupied. Certifications available for an additional fee. Not valid for homes or homeowners covered by service maintenance agreement through another company or utility.

Questions and Answers 5 questions

Q:

Is Fridley in your service area? It looks like other suburbs around Fridley are included.

Susan B.  asked on  Jan 15, 2013

A:

Yes, we would be happy to service your home. Go ahead and purchase a tune-up and call us at 952-767-1000 to schedule.

Andy R.  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 15, 2013

Q:

I'm located in Robbinsdale, is that area part of your service area? I didn't see it listed on your service area list.. but surrounding cities are...

Sheri S.  asked on  Jan 12, 2013

A:

Sorry for any confusion with the previous answer. Actually, the business would be happy to service your home. You can go ahead and purchase a tune-up and call the business at 952-767-1000 to schedule.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 15, 2013

Q:

Does this offer includes broiler?

Carol S.  asked on  Jan 12, 2013

A:

Sorry for any confusion with the previous answer. Unfortunately, no, this offer is for forced air furnaces only.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 15, 2013

Q:

Do you travel and work in Prescott,WI and New Richmond,Wi

Kathleen C.  asked on  Jan 11, 2013

A:

I am sorry but Wisconsin is out of our service area.

Andy R.  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 11, 2013

Q:

What are the specific services are included in the inspection/tune up?

Mary P.  asked on  Jan 11, 2013

A:

Our furnace tune-up includes checking the thermostat, checking temperature drop, inspecting the heat exchanger, checking air flow, checking all electrical connections, check the amp and volt draw, verifying gas pressures, and cleaning the furnace cabinet.

Andy R.  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 11, 2013

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