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ORLANDO, FL, January 24, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A properly maintained HVAC system not only lasts longer, it also runs more efficiently, thus saving fuel and ultimately resulting in lower energy bills for you. This is just one reason to take advantage of the energy-saving agreement offered by American Air & Heat, a dependable Orlando air conditioning company. You will also make fewer emergency calls because a potential problem can be caught early through regular inspections and promptly resolved.
With an annual contract, highly-trained technicians will get to know your system inside-out and will be able to diagnose your HVAC's performance quickly and accurately, saving you both time and money if any repairs are needed. Protect your HVAC system through regular care and maintenance and create a safe and comfortable home environment for you and your family all throughout the year.
American Air & Heat has been delivering excellent and reliable Orlando air conditioning service since 1986. Their knowledgeable and experienced technicians deliver prompt and professional service to customers throughout central Florida.
"The safety and comfort of our customers are at the center of everything we do," says Matt Boni, President of American Air & Heat. "We make sure our technicians, installers and office staff demonstrate and deliver the care, concern and professionalism that all our customers deserve."
Protect your HVAC system with American Air & Heat's energy-saving agreement and safeguard your health and comfort, as well as that of your family. Their expert technicians are fully certified and will gladly answer all your heating and AC-related questions and address all your concerns quickly and professionally.
For more information, please go to http://americanairandheat.net/
About American Air & Heat:
American Air & Heat has been around since 1986 and is family-owned and operated. Dan Boni, Owner, established the company to create a local, reliable air conditioning company that could serve his small hometown.
For more information, visit http://americanairandheat.net/.
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