Meyers Heating and Cooling maintains customers' equipment and saves money

2014-03-16T00:00:00Z Meyers Heating and Cooling maintains customers' equipment and saves moneyHeather Augustyn
March 16, 2014 12:00 am  • 

You probably know by now that Meyer’s Heating and Cooling has been bringing Northwest Indiana residents an attention to detail, product knowledge, and salesmanship that is unparalleled in the region since 1951. They are built upon a tradition of quality products and services, and the complete dedication to customer satisfaction. But Co-Owners Joe Yothment and Paul Starchvich take that dedication to the region one step further by helping homeowners to maintain their equipment so easily and thoughtlessly that it practically happens on its own.

Yothment explains the new VIP program that not only maintains furnaces and condensers, but saves homeowners money on these and other services. He says, “You don’t think about scheduling maintenance on anything in your home until it breaks, which is typically right before you go on vacation or right in the middle of a snowstorm. No one remembers to maintain their furnace or condenser, so we offer our VIP program to prevent these disruptions in your life. Our program is absolutely free to our existing customers.”

Sign up for the VIP program is free and the checkup is $89.95, so it is never a worry. “We pre-schedule maintenance every spring and every fall to check, clean, and update the equipment with an 18-point check list so our customers are ready to go and we can prevent those terrible problems.” Plus, if you sign up for the VIP program, any service or repairs that need to be made come at a 15 percent discount with no overtime charges. Further, Meyers Heating/Cooling/Plumbing/Electrical is also a plumbing and electrical contractor. “So by committing to our VIP program,” says Yothment, “we also will offer a 15 percent discount on electrical and plumbing service calls with no overtime charges.”

Why does Yothment believe that this is an important program for regional residents to take advantage of? “We want people to realize that they should have their equipment maintained so it’s taken care of before it’s broken. Anyone who has been stuck with broken equipment in the heat of summer or the cold of winter can tell you how important it is, and it’s just something we forget to do. You don’t have to remember with the VIP program. It’s taken care of for you. We unfolded it last year and will continue to encourage people to sign up because we realize how important it is to make sure everything is clean and ready to go when you need it,” Yothment says.

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