Customer First Club
A Small Investment In Your Central Air System Will Save You Time and Money
The Customer First Club from Winkelman Heating & Air Conditioning assures your central air system will run smoothly and save on energy bills.
Dirty equipment quickly loses capacity and costs you more to operate. A system that is regularly cleaned and tuned will significantly reduce your monthly utility bill and will help prevent costly breakdowns.
The Winkelman Heating & Air Conditioning Customer First Club will provide you with a complete precision check-up and professional cleaning for your system. It's the best investment in comfort you can make.
For information call: 806-935-6327
A Winkelman Heating & Air Conditioning Customer First Club Membership Will Keep You Comfortable Year Round
Servicing your heating and cooling system is just as important as servicing your car. Regular maintenance will help prevent costly breakdowns and will catch minor problems before they become major headaches. It can prolong the life of your systems and keep your manufacturer’s warranty valid.
Restoring Lost Efficiency
Even 1/16’ build ups of dirt on your coil can cut your efficiency in half!* A professional cleaning will restore lost efficiency and reduce your bills.
At each tune-up all major components will be completely cleaned and inspected for proper function and safety.
*Based on C.S.G. Survey
Reaping the Dividends
The benefits of the Winkelman Heating & Air Conditioning Customer First Club include more than lower utility bills and extended equipment life. It also provides you with Preferred Customer Status. This means, as a Customer First Club Member, you will be given priority over non-maintenance calls on those extremely hot or cold days. Never worry about your homes comfort again.
Call one of our friendly customer representatives today.
A Winkelman Heating & Air Conditioning Precision Tune-up Includes:
- Clean Condensate Drains
- Measure Temperature Differences
- Monitor Refrigerant Pressure
- Clean and Adjust Blower
- Check Electrical Connections
- Test Safety Controls
- Check Gas Connection at Furnace
- Clean and Adjust Burner Assembly
- Clean Ignition Assembly
- Inspect Heat Exchanger and Elements
- Lubricate All Moving Parts
- Clean Evaporator Coil (if accessible)
- Clean Condenser Coil
- Measure Volts/Amps on Motors
- Test Starting Capabilities