Newark, Delaware-based HVAC retailer and repair shop Enhanced Heating and Air Conditioning is getting ready for the summer months. They recently launched a new website at enhancedheatingandair.net. The company will also be offering a variety of new York HVAC systems. Enhanced Heating and Air Conditioning remains committed to quality and convenience with these new offerings.
With summer weather approaching, Enhanced Heating and Air Conditioning expects a spike in business. The average July temperature in Delaware is 85 degrees, and air conditioners will be working hard. This can potentially lead to a unit failing. When a unit fails, Newark Air Conditioning Repair sends only the most highly-trained technicians to fix it.
The new website allows customers to make service appointments online for their convenience. It also uses Google Maps technology to allow customers to find the precise location of the office and directions to it. Reviews and testimonials are also prominently featured on the new website.
The new York HVAC systems will provide energy-efficient cooling to customers' homes in hotter months. The York HVAC systems are also cost-effective, and are known for their value. Enhanced Heating and Air Conditioning will both install and service the new York HVAC systems.
About Enhanced Heating and Air Conditioning
Enhanced Heating and Air Conditioning has served the entire state of Delaware since 2002. They also offer services in parts of Maryland and Pennsylvania. They have been accredited by the Better Business Bureau since 2008, and maintain a grade of A+. This indicates high customer satisfaction and a lack of complaints.
Enhanced Heating and Air Conditioning offers on-call weekend hours and 24/7 emergency service. They dedicate themselves to convenience and customer service. They also provide service and installation for all HVAC systems, makes, and models.
About York HVAC Systems
York HVAC Systems has a 140-year history of providing home comfort. In 1874, a manufacturing company in York, Pennsylvania began producing ice machines. This was an alternative to shipping ice across the Great Lakes.
In 1914, York installed a revolutionary cooling system in the Empire Theater in Montgomery, Ala. This system was known as "air washing," which later became known as air conditioning. York now cools some of the world's most famous buildings, such as the Empire State Building and the Sydney Opera House.
York became a brand of Johnson Controls in 2006 -- a Fortune 100 company that is a world leader in building efficiency.
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