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What You Get When You Purchase A Glasco Service ContractConventional wisdom holds that it’s probably not a good idea for consumers to pay for service contracts on small appliances and gadgets, the thought being that they will probably never need them. But when it comes to big-ticket items like your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system, purchasing a service contract is often a prudent choice. Call it an insurance policy – or paying a small fee now to avert a much more expensive outlay of cash later.

But how can you be sure? And what are you paying for?

Most HVAC service agreements offer a basic plan, as they do at Glasco Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. This plan usually includes a basic air conditioning checkup and a furnace checkup.

At Glasco, we set up service contracts and system maintenance schedules to cater to our customers’ home and business needs.

  • For oil furnaces we offer preventative maintenance and cleaning plans.
  • For natural gas, we schedule regular safety checks
  • Air conditioning and heat pump systems have special maintanence needs, such as inspecting outside compressors and attic units for leaking and other issues.

During a service call, our NATE (North American Technician Excellence) certified technicians will trouble-shoot problems and ensure your HVAC system is properly maintained.

You know that the experts at Glasco Heating & Air Conditioning are ready to work with you to decide on the service contract that’s right for your needs and home HVAC system. Contact usto discuss a service contract or for any other home-comfort need. We serve the state of Connecticut with pride.

Our goal is to help educate our customers about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).  For more information about service and other HVAC topics, visit our website.

Glasco Heating & Air Conditioning services South Windsor, Connecticut and the surrounding areas.  

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