ORLANDO, FL, January 14, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- With temperatures headed south and a distinct chill in the air, winter is definitely on its way to your house.
A noted and reliable provider of HVAC service in Orlando
, American Air & Heat, reminds everyone to cover drafty windows so cold outside air does not enter your home. They also recommend caulking and weatherstripping leaky doors and windows so heat does not escape. The less your heating system has to work to keep your home comfortable this winter, the less energy it will consume. And this translates to lower energy bills for you this winter.
American Air & Heat has been keeping Florida homes comfortable since 1986. They employ only certified and experienced technicians who possess the skills and the expertise to handle all your HVAC needs. For regular maintenance of your HVAC system or for any heating and cooling emergency, you can rely on this Orlando air conditioning company to deliver prompt and professional service.
"Whatever the season, complete customer satisfaction is our top priority," says Matt Boni, President of American Heating and Air. "Everyone in this company is committed to serving the needs and meeting the expectations of all our clients in a professional and courteous manner. We do everything we can to ensure the safety, comfort and approval of our customers."
Trust the seasoned technicians at American Air & Heat for all your regular Orlando HVAC service
needs, air conditioning installation and any other heating or cooling related concerns. Delivering prompt, professional and reliable service for 27 years, they are proud of their tradition of excellence and quality.
To learn more, please visit 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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