Get your heating systems in tune and ready to go for the winter months
So. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 10, 2012
San Francisco’s Peninsula Heating by James Byrne is helping Bay Area residents prepare for winter by offering a furnace special. The Bay Area heating contractor is currently providing a furnace and thermostat with free ductwork inspection for only $1,350.
"Get your heating systems in tune and ready to go for the winter months," Patricia Byrne of Peninsula Heating By James Byrne said. "Take advantage of the promotion, and let us keep you, your family, or business warm and comfortable in the winter months to come."
Peninsula Heating by James Byrne's almost 60 years of experience is a testament to the company's stability and expertise. It treats customers as family and provides the best repair and maintenance service on any HVAC system, air conditioning system, water heater, wall heater, furnace, heat pump and gas pack, whether it is for a residence or business. The company's technical experts always ensure that they have done everything possible to fix a problem before suggesting a replacement.
For more information about any of Peninsula Heating by James Byrne’s services, call Peninsula Heating by James Byrne at 650-763-8479 or view the Bay Area furnace repair company on the Web at http://www.peninsulaheating1954.com.
About Peninsula Heating by James Byrne
Peninsula Heating By James Byrne was founded in 1954 by his father, Howard Byrne, and was cultivated for more than two generations. James Byrne continues the high standards for business set by his father. The most dedicated heating contractors in the Bay Area, Peninsula Heating helps residential and commercial clients with the installation, maintenance and repair of name brand furnaces, air-conditioning units, whole-house fans, sauna systems, boilers, and standard and on-demand water heaters. Peninsula Heating also provides HVAC ductwork and vent design, and inspection certifications for real estate escrow closings. Emergency services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.