What You'll Get
Heating and cooling ducts are essential components of any home, ensuring a comfortable environment for residents and easy building access for everyday spies. Maintain an efficient espionage entry system with today's Groupon: for $29, you get a furnace tune-up and safety check from High Altitude Heating & Air (a $66 value). Today’s Groupon is valid for residential addresses located within El Paso County.
The experienced HVAC technicians of High Altitude Heating & Air keep home furnaces functioning properly with thorough tune-ups and safety checks. The heating handymen arrive armed with all the tools required to complete a multi-point safety and efficiency inspection, ensuring a comfortable and safe environment for homeowners and continued longevity for seasonally stressed furnaces. Filters will be replaced or exorcised if necessary, and units will be examined for any potential leaks, preventing the release of dangerous carbon monoxide. Post-inspection, the helpful technicians will deliver a detailed description of any necessary repairs, optional upgrades, and free-agent poltergeists to add to the ominous mystique of any furnace room.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Valid only for 1 residential furnace. Valid only in El Paso County. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About High Altitude Heating & Air
The HVAC technicians at High Altitude Heating & Air coax perfectly temperature-controlled air from the clients’ household vents four seasons a year. With a slew of maintenance and tune-up services, the team of techs ensures that heaters keep homes toasty during the winter and AC units combat summer heat with continued resiliency. The crews also stay on call 24/7 in the case of an emergency, in which case they arrive at the client's home ready to stabilize extreme temperatures or talk furnaces out of quitting their jobs to train for the winter Olympics.