As the temperatures drop during this time of year, plumbing and furnace problems are much more common.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 07, 2013
Atlanta furnace repair company Bardi Heating, Cooling and Plumbing is currently offering 10% off all HVAC and plumbing services through the month of December. In addition, Bardi is concluding its search for Atlanta’s oldest working furnace. The contest entry period ends on December 15 and Bardi will announce the grand-prize winner by January 6, 2014.
“As the temperatures drop during this time of year, plumbing and furnace problems are much more common and can sometimes require costly repairs or replacement,” said Gresham Ard, Residential General Manager at Bardi. “We know this time of year and the holidays can be expensive for our customers, so we’re offering this discount to help alleviate costs.”
The oldest working furnace contest is seeking the oldest furnace in the Atlanta area. To qualify, the furnace must be at least 10 years old, and entrants are required to provide proof of age. Bardi will award the grand-prize winner a new energy-efficient furnace valued at $5,000 installed by Bardi technicians. All eligible entrants who do not receive the grand prize may still receive either a $49 Heating and Plumbing Inspection or a free germicidal UV light, valued at $499, with the purchase of a new furnace. Germicidal lights are installed in furnace or HVAC systems. The ultraviolet light sanitizes air flowing through ducts and eliminates bacteria and microorganisms that aggravate allergies and asthma.
Bardi Heating, Cooling and Plumbing is a family-owned HVAC and plumbing company in Atlanta. Founded in 1989 by Alex and Susan Bardi, the company has been providing the Atlanta area with quality HVAC services for almost 25 years. Bardi also offers plumbing repairs and services, and is home to an experienced management team as well as an outstanding team of NATE certified technicians, whose number one priority is to keep their customers satisfied by “always, always, always doing the right thing.” For more information about the contest, visit http://bardi.com.