ORLANDO, Fla. — US Heating & AC (USHAC) announced it will donate a limited number of free air conditioning tune-ups for Hurricane Irma victims (limited to scheduling and availability). The company will also provide additional discounts on repair service and new a/c systems to all homeowners throughout their central Florida service area.

Through rebates and additional service incentives, the company is enabling homeowners affected by storms and flooding to more quickly assess and repair or replace their home's air conditioning system.

As part of the response effort, US Heating & AC is reducing its regular $89 repair service call fee to $50. Additionally, free estimates for new a/c systems are available anytime; however, the company is now offering an additional $200 discount off the installation of certain whole-home generators, whole home-repiping, and central air conditioners to every customer. The $200 installation discount is in addition to the current manufacturer rebates of up to $1,150 off qualifying new air conditioners.

"During hurricane cleanup efforts, safe operation of a home's air conditioning, electrical, and plumbing systems is one of the most important priorities, especially as mainline power is being restored," said Brandon Granger, general manager, US Heating & AC. "To prevent possible damage or electrocution, it is very important that homeowners have their air conditioning system inspected, serviced, or upgraded by a trusted professional if any flooding of the home or equipment occurred."

For more information, visit callushac.com/schedule.html.

Publication date: 9/21/2017

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