DC / AC Air Conditioning and Heating launches Summer Maintenance Special

Orlando and Central Florida residents have an opportunity for save money on AC check-up, inspections and maintenance at discounted rates this summer for only $55.00.

Orlando, United States - July 10, 2020 /PressCable/ —

ORLANDO, Florida (July 10, 2020) – Orlando and Central Florida residents have an opportunity to prepare for the summer after DC / AC Air Conditioning and Heating announced discounted rates and offers for AC check-up, inspections and maintenance.

Following the winter weather and now with the current warmer temperatures, AC tune-up, prep and inspection is probably the most important thing a homeowner can do. With even warmer temperatures forecasted for Florida, ensuring that one’s air conditioning unit is in tip-top shape should be of prime importance.

Orlando AC repair company, DC / AC Air Conditioning and Heating, offers servicing, repair, troubleshooting and maintenance of all brands and installation of new units. They also handle residential and commercial AC repair plus commercial refrigeration. The company is offering air conditioning check-ups, inspections and maintenance for only $55. Discounts are also available for senior citizens, military personnel, veterans and first responders. The company generally services the Central Florida region but has experienced a sharp rise in the demand for their services in Orlando Florida.

DC / AC Air Conditioning and Heating is owned and managed by Brent Krueger- an AC and Heating expert with over 30 years’ experience to his credit. Brent boasts military experience in HVAC and trains every technician that works with him. Commenting on the motivation for offering the discounts, he said: “There’s nothing worse than a sudden turn of hot weather and finding your air conditioning not working. And with our amazing discounts and offers, no homeowner in Central Florida will have a valid excuse to be caught off guard as summer approaches.”

For more than 17 years DC / AC Air Conditioning has been keeping Central Florida cool in the summer and warm in the winter. But it’s more than just ensuring that the job is well done. DC / AC Air Conditioning and Heating prides itself on providing excellent customer service and one of the reasons for maintaining an A+ BBB rating. Moreover, Brent has earned a reputation of bending over backwards to help customers.

Don W. attests to the great customer service that can be expected from DC / AC Air and Heat. He said: “Brent and his team are professional, precise, and dependable. Always exceed my expectations when on call. Would recommend to everyone out there that is looking for an honest company to maintain their cooling/heating system..”

DC / AC Air and Heat is located at 315 Baron Rd. Orlando, FL 32828

For customer peace of mind, DC / AC Air Conditioning and Heating is insured and bonded and carries workers comp insurance. For further information or to take advantage of the company’s summer discounts and offers, visit: https://dcacairandheat.com or call (321) 436-6595.

Contact Info:
Name: Brent Kreuger
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Organization: DC / AC Air Conditioning and Heating
Address: 1315 Baron Rd., Orlando, Florida 32828, United States
Phone: +1-321-436-6595
Website: https://dcacairandheat.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88967981

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