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D.C. Contractor Launches New Website With Tips on A/C, Heating, and IAQ

May 9, 2011
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WASHINGTON - Magnolia Heating and Air Conditioning, a Washington, D.C., HVAC contractor, has launched a new website highlighting its residential and commercial HVAC services, products, information, and recommendations. The spring website launch was timed strategically, as it provides air conditioning tips, resources, and coupons for homeowners, businesses, and government offices looking to prevent costly air conditioning repairs during the summer months.

The website provides information on preventive maintenance, aimed at helping consumers avoid expensive repairs during the summertime. When visitors click on the “Air Conditioning Tips” page, they can scan topics such as: air conditioning energy efficiency, do-it yourself air conditioning repair, and air conditioning replacement in Washington, D.C. “Most homeowners don’t call us until they have a major air conditioning problem in the middle of the summer. There are so many ways to prevent costly a/c repairs, which is why we have included so much information on the new website,” said owner Joe Magnolia.

Similar pages cover heating tips, IAQ, duct cleaning, and more. The site also includes a blog discussing topics such as federal energy tax credits, product recommendations, and preventing mold growth in D.C. homes.

Magnolia Heating and Air Conditioning offers the Ultimate Service Agreement, which includes two 15-point inspections throughout the year. Benefits include priority customer status and guaranteed emergency service visits 24 hours per day without incurring an overtime fee. The company also offers carbon monoxide testing, residential and commercial duct cleaning, and ultraviolet mold removal services, which are detailed on the website’s services page.

Magnolia Heating and Air Conditioning is a full service HVAC company, serving customers throughout Maryland, D.C., and northern Virginia. For more information, visit

Publication date: 05/09/2011

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