OCT 30, 2013

Once again, it’s the time of year where the term “heating system maintenance” begins to take on relevance. As temperatures cool in the Arizona desert, Valley residents are once again turning to the HVAC company they can count on for all their heating and air conditioning needs: Donley Service Center. In order to make sure heating units Valley wide are up to snuff, we offer a wonderful heater maintenance option called our Home Comfort Program. This program entitles you to two comprehensive inspections per year, and allows our experienced and certified technicians to identity potential issues early before they become expensive heater repairs. Regular service of your unit will prolong its life and keep you from needing a new heater installation sooner than you should. Colder weather is just around the corner, and Donley Service Center wants to make sure your home is warm and comfortable. Ask about our Home Comfort Program today!

The last thing you want or need is for your heating system to take a dive on a cold winter’s night. If an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, our Home Comfort program is worth its weight in gold!

  • Our certified technicians will visit twice yearly to carry out comprehensive inspections
  • 58 point checklist
  • Home Comfort members will receive priority when it comes to emergency services
  • 10% discount on parts and labor
  • 24/7 emergency service

The best way to consistently avoid costly repairs is through the practice of routine maintenance. You can trust the team at Donley Service Center because we have been serving the greater Phoenix area since 1976. We are a family-owned, award-winning company whose entire team is committed to doing right by our customers.

Signing up for our Home Comfort Program couldn’t be easier. Simply call Donley Service Center today at (602) 870-6840 to become a Home Comfort member today. Rest easy this winter knowing your heating unit is running at optimum efficiency, and that our twice yearly maintenance inspections will make sure this continues to be the case!