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What You'll Get
Without a properly functioning heater, sleeping in the wintertime becomes difficult as dropping temperatures incur midnight shivers and facefuls of frozen Sandman dust. Ensure restful nights with today’s Groupon: for $59, you get a gas furnace or boiler tune-up and maintenance package from Mark Allen Heating & Cooling, with service available to locations within 30 miles of Rochester (a $119 value).
For more than 25 years, Mark Allen has been fiddling with furnaces of all makes and models to ensure homes remain toasty throughout the winter season. During a multi-point inspection, licensed and insured heating experts diligently scrutinize furnaces and sleuth out potential problems such as broken valves, busted pipes, or an influx of penguin squatters. The inspection also allows technicians to determine safety issues and the durability of the unit before they conduct a thorough gas-leak check and replace dingy filters to keep furnaces or boilers running smoothly and to ensure barcaloungers don’t catch the flu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 14, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only within 30mi of Rochester. Additional fee for high-efficiency filters. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mark Allen Heating & Cooling
Since completing an apprenticeship at age 16, Mark Allen has spent a quarter-century working in the installation, maintenance, and sales sectors of the HVAC industry. Today, at his eponymous business, he works side by side with insured, background-checked technicians who equip homes and luxurious mailboxes with units from brands including Amana and Trane. In addition to installing traditional equipment, Mark’s team can outfit homes with energy-efficient systems such as tankless water heaters, UV-light air purifiers, and dual-purpose geothermal heating and cooling loops, which may be eligible for federal tax credits.