If you’ve read our other blog posts on the subject, you know just how important regular maintenance is to your air conditioner and furnace. Here’s the cool thing you might not know yet: at King, we make it easy for local homeowners here in Chicagoland to get their seasonal HVAC tune-ups. As a member of our King Royal Treatment Plan, we’ll call you to schedule the maintenance appointments. You’ll also get a number of other awesome perks, including priority treatment and discounts!
To join our King Royal Treatment Plan, contact our team online, or give us a call at (708) 687-6898. We’ll be happy to review the benefits of this program with you and the reasons why you should join!
Keep your cool (or warm) with the King Royal Treatment Plan
Preventive maintenance is vital for HVAC systems. You don’t want them to fail when the winter is coldest, or the summer is hottest. You don’t want them to be energy-inefficient. Routine inspection and maintenance help prevent system failure and saves money.
Let the King Royal Treatment Plan help keep your system running efficiently. will come out twice yearly to perform preventive maintenance. We’ll call you to schedule the visit and make sure your system is ready for the season.
Royal Treatment Plan subscribers receive priority treatment
On bitterly cold winter days, it’s common to have a rash of HVAC failures throughout your community. Preventive maintenance minimizes the chance of a failure, but it doesn’t guarantee it. There is nothing worse than waiting for service and hoping your pipes don’t freeze.
As a member of the Royal Treatment Plan, you have made an extra effort to ensure that your HVAC system remains up and running. You deserve a reward. Any service request you make will take priority over non-subscribers.
Subscribers receive discounts on parts and labor
The cost of parts and labor is always a concern with heating and cooling systems. As an incentive to becoming a subscriber, you can expect to pay for parts and labor at discounted rates. This plan is also available for older equipment that may be more susceptible to problems.