Unfortunately, they devote as much time to their email advertisement as they do to their HVAC repair services
Apparently you have to be careful what information you give out these days. I think we’ve all been burned by plenty of telemarketers recently, for one example. On top of that, I know that I have had my own personal information stolen a number of times for credit card fraud and account hacking. Besides that, apparently you also need to worry a lot about giving out your email address. Even when you’re doing business with a reputable company, you have no idea how they are going to use your email contact information for the rest of your life. I’m finding that out the hard way in regards to my central heating and cooling system. If that doesn’t immediately make sense to you, let me explain. A few months ago I signed up for a new heating and cooling service maintenance contract with an up-and-coming air quality control dealership in town. I didn’t want to worry about my HVAC maintenance anymore, so I thought it was wise to let this central heating and cooling repair shop handle all of the hard work. Unfortunately, they devote as much time to their email advertisement as they do to their HVAC repair services. For the past year I’ve been inundated with daily emails about heating and cooling advancements, HVAC repair services, and energy-efficiency innovations. I understand that they want to keep their customers loyal and HVAC system repairs on their minds for sake of the business… But I really don’t need to keep getting daily opinion articles written by their certified HVAC technicians.