Total Air & Heat Gives Away an iPad Mini to Charlene Williamson

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Charlene Williamson was the winner of an iPad mini from Total Air & Heat for their online review contest.

Total Air and Heat recently announced the winner of a contest to promote online reviews. Charlene Williamson was the winner of a brand-new iPad mini. The purpose of the contest was to allow people to share their feedback with other customers and potential clients, as well as promoting goodwill for their experiences and rewarding their time spent. Each online review gave the customer one entry in the drawing.

Williamson went online to Google and left Total Air & Heat a very kind and thoughtful review regarding her experience with their service, and her installation of a new heating and air conditioning system. After a three-month period, Total Air & Heat put all review names in a hat and hers was the one drawn. She was very pleased and surprised. Williamson can’t wait to use it as her and her family plan to travel to Ireland to trace their lineage.

Total Air & Heat is currently offering up to $750 in instant trade-in credit in addition to manufacturer offers. They’re also offering up to $1,000 in instant trade-in rebates and 36 months of 0 percent interest and minimum payments or 5.9 percent APR interest with 1.75 percent payments through the end of the year. For more information, please visit their website, or call 972-607-4657.

About the Company:
Total Air & Heat Company employs highly-skilled technicians who have attended trade schools to learn proper installation and repair techniques. In addition, the technicians are required to attend a minimum of two manufacturer training schools each year, thus keeping their skills on the leading edge of technology. Their many services include air conditioning repair, air conditioning service, furnace repair, heating repair and heating service throughout the north Dallas area.

In 1957, Fred Lauten proudly founded Total Air & Heat Company to provide top-quality air conditioning and heating service to local homes and businesses. The company is a rapidly growing multi-million dollar air conditioning contractor business. In 1999, Fred retired, and his son Steve has taken this family-owned company into the new millennium with style. Please visit their website at for more information.

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