As a busy homeowner in Okeana, Ohio, you have plenty on your plate. Whether your home’s HVAC system is brand-new or on its last legs, the last thing you need is another home component to worry about. From regular maintenance to priority service, find out how you’ll benefit from a Green Club Membership from Western Hills Heating & Air Conditioning.

Get Regular Tuneups

Our team of heating and cooling experts recommends scheduling an HVAC tuneup at least once a year. Our 40-point tuneup covers everything your heating and cooling system needs to keep you comfortable throughout the year, from cleaning the units to checking the thermostat to testing the electrical connections. Opt for one of our higher-level membership plans to get a tuneup twice a year and help your HVAC system last even longer.

Reduce Energy Consumption

One of the best benefits of regular HVAC tuneups is that your heating and cooling system will run much more efficiently. This reduces your household energy consumption, which can also lower your utility bills. That means you’ll improve your HVAC system’s performance while making an environmentally friendly choice.

Save on Repairs

Even with regular maintenance, HVAC components generally need a few repairs here and there. Whether we find a minor issue during a routine tuneup or your air conditioner just can’t keep your house cool enough any more, we’ll fix your system while offering a discount on repairs. Our Green Club Membership plans offer 10 to 15 percent discounts on repairs, with warranties up to 36 months.

Gain Priority Service

If your air conditioner breaks down on the hottest day of the year, the last thing you want is to wait for service. Fortunately, as a Green Club member, you’ll get priority service. If you opt for our Supreme membership, we’ll even put you at the front of the line for repairs.

Ready to stop worrying about your HVAC system and trust the heating and cooling pros at Western Hills Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.? Call us at 812-227-3001 to set up your Green Club Membership today.

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