Plumbers and HVAC/R to Make Money While Consumers Save

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A/C drain lines have traditionally been hard to access and maintain or repair. A new invention called CHEM-Kleen creates a simple and lucrative solution for plumbing and HVAC/R professionals.

Most businesses love to talk about win-win situations with their customers, but often that doesn’t mean much more than providing an honest product or service for an honest price. Once in a while, though, a break-through can provide for a real win-win, and a new product is doing just that for the plumbing and HVAC/R industries.

Simple in its design, the new CHEM-Kleen is one of those products that makes you wonder why no one came up with it before. After all, despite its simplicity, it solves some of the worst problems consumers can face with their A/C and refrigeration units.

“Drain pipes get clogged all the time and cause a water back-up to the air handler that can destroy ceilings, walls, carpets, and furniture,” explains Gregory Coogle, inventor of CHEM-Kleen. “Or they have biological contaminate build-up such as algae, mold, mildew, sludge and slime, which makes for unhealthy air in people’s homes. This one, easy addition to a line can stop needless insurance claims and can improve the quality of air in people’s homes.”

The CHEM-Kleen is actually an attachment to drain pipe lines that allows for easy access to the line so that it can be used as a simple chemical delivery system that cleans with either liquid or tablets. In the past, it took time and effort to access the air handler for placing chemicals.

“The obvious benefit to plumbers and HVAC/R professionals,” says Coogle, “is that they can set it up with almost no extra effort in the first place, and then provide a maintenance plan that’s a snap to fulfill -- they just stop by, open the CHEM-Kleen, pour in liquids or drop in a tablet, and go. It’s an easy way to save time and, as a result, make a lot more money while protecting customer homes and businesses.”

And that is how consumers benefit too. Though they may spend a little more initially on installation and even a maintenance plan, they avoid the loss of personal possessions, the cost of home repairs, and the cost and discomfort of health problems associated with breathing in contaminates.

To learn more about the new CHEM-Kleen, including specs and benefits, please visit http://www.airwatertech.com.

CONTACT:

Gregory Coogle

Air & Water Technology

2293 West 76th Street,

Hialeah, Florida 33016

Ph: (305) 823-8191

http://www.airwatertech.com
gcoogle@airwatertech.com

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