Community matters to us at Comfortable Climate Heating & Air Conditioning. It’s important to us to give back to a community that keeps us in business year after year.
We serve residential customers, but not everyone has a home. That’s why we’re passionate about partnering with Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg, which builds homes locally and sells them to homebuyers selected through Habitat’s first-time Homebuyer Program. We’re helping the local Habitat affiliate raise funds for what’s called the House That Small Business Built, a Habitat home under construction in Charles City funded incrementally by multiple small businesses in this region.
During the months of June and July, we’ll donate 10% from customers who sign up for a new preventative maintenance agreement.
These contracts cover routine maintenance to diminish operating problems that often strike at the worst possible time – during the stifling humidity of the summer months or amid an unlikely cold spell in the winter.
We conduct two visits a year when you sign up for a preventative maintenance agreement – pre-summer and prewinter, before peak HVAC season hits. You want your system working at an optimum level to provide efficient heating and cooling when you need it most. Our experience guides us in knowing where system issues can occur and how to eliminate them before they become problems. It’s also far less expensive to spend money in preventative maintenance beforehand rather than costly repairs afterward. Plus, preventative maintenance will likely ensure you won’t experience a disruption in service.
Know that if you sign up for a new service agreement in June or July, you’ll be giving back to your community. The House That Small Business Built will be complete later this year and will be home to a widowed father and four of his daughters. The homebuyer will make monthly mortgage payments back to Habitat so more homes can be built locally.
Signing up for a preventative maintenance agreement is a win-win – for you and for the family that is overdue in having a place to call home.