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What You'll Get
Without properly functioning heating and cooling systems, human beings would live in constant discomfort and sunglasses would come with detachable earflaps. Avoid eclectic eyewear with today's Groupon to Tiger Air. This Groupon is valid only in Cuyahoga County. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get an air-conditioner tune-up (a $79 value).
- For $39, you get a furnace-and-air-conditioner tune-up (a $158 value).
Tiger Air's furnace-and-air-conditioner specialists inspect heating and cooling systems and check for leaks and safety issues. During the 30–40-minute tune-up, the technician cleans furnaces using a compressed air system, thoroughly checking for cracks and carbon monoxide leaks. Tiger Air's staff also inspects all safety controls, ducts, blowers, electrical connections, and thermostats, making sure to clean burners and measure and record proper draft and amperage levels along the way. Air-conditioner tune-ups include gauging freon levels, power washing outside the condenser, and checking ducts for leaks and lost cat burglars. Technicians snap a series of digital photos of both processes so that Tiger Air can maintain quality control.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only within Cuyahoga county. Valid only for homes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Tiger Air
Though the orangey wisps that rise over Tiger Air’s service van are meant to pay homage to the company’s namesake animal, they also resemble flames, which are a much better representation of the company’s area of expertise. The trained technicians deploy to homes and commercial spaces, handily tuning furnaces and air conditioners from an extensive list of brands that includes Ducane, Whirlpool, Lennox, and Amana. As they complete their checks, they run through a series of questions—Are the electric connections secure? Is there duct leakage? Have dust bunnies surveyed the space for development?—that can improve the equipment’s efficiency and subsequently cut energy costs. The staff also aims to educate clients on the latest products to improve their home’s air quality, such as humidifiers, filters, air cleaners, and UV lights.