Iron furnaces were a necessity in 19th-century England, when cold fronts came unexpectedly from the north and everyone was a blacksmith. Fine-tune your forge with this Groupon.
$42 for a Gas-Furnace Inspection and Carbon-Monoxide Test ($159 Total Value)
- Gas-furnace inspection (a $109 value)
- Carbon monoxide-test (a $50 value)
WeatherKing Heating and Air Conditioning
The efficiency experts at WeatherKing Heating and Air Conditioning drag domestic climate systems into the digital age with high-tech gadgetry. WeatherKing's techs, armed with meticulous training and science, deploy to homes to help clients work out cost-effective, convenient ways to keep living spaces comfortable. Rather than outright replacing furnaces, air conditioners, or barbecue pits filled with old newspaper, techs take the time to run through options that might include introducing an existing furnace to a touchscreen thermostat that's synced with WiFi to monitor energy output.
The staff also keeps homeowners breathing easy. Duct cleaning seeks out and eradicates mold and allergens stationed in vents, and heat-recovery ventilators purify musty in-home air, redirecting it back into the heating system and recycling up to 84% of otherwise wasted energy. The company’s motto—“We treat you the way we want our own family to be treated”—undergirds each of its services. To this end, dispatchers man phones 24 hours a day, at the ready to send out crews to replace furnaces, subdue burst pipes, or disperse the gang of mermen that have taken over the guest bathroom.
“ they were excellent, knowledgeable and on time..”
“From the phone call to schedule the appointment to the technician's friendly farewell, everything was handled very professionally. The tech was on time, fast,...”
“From the phone call to schedule the appointment to the technician's friendly farewell, everything was handled very professionally. The tech was on time, fast, friendly and fair. I also signed up for their annual program that gives me a check up every year in addition to other perks.”