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Property Owners Can Stay Cool This Summer with First Class HVAC

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 11:44 AM CDT, Tue, April 17,2018

Millsboro, DE -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/17/2018 -- With spring in full blossom, First Class HVAC is urging homeowners in Delaware and Maryland to make sure that their home is ready for summer. Before the summer heat arrives, it is crucial to make sure a home is a comfortable escape from the heat.

One of the way homeowners can make sure that they'll be comfortable this summer is by checking to see if their air conditioning unit is running low on refrigerant. As the leading supplier of AC repair in Sussex County, First Class HVAC has been getting homes ready for summer for more than 45 years.

With locations throughout Delaware and Maryland, the team at First Class HVAC knows how brutal the summer temperatures can be along the east coast. Because of that, First Class HVAC is encouraging homeowners to make sure they are good to go while the weather is still nice. The mild spring weather is the perfect time to get a home ready for summer.

One of the ways to determine if one's AC unit is low on refrigerant is by calling in the experts. First Class HVAC will send out a licensed technician to inspect a unit to determine if it can handle the summer heat. Their staff is highly trained, able to detect any issues and can fix the problem quickly and efficiently.

More information on First Class HVAC and the full list of services that they offer can be found on their website at http://www.firstclasshvac.com. Property owners looking for air conditioning repair in Kent County are encouraged to contact First Class HVAC today.

About First Class HVAC
For more than 45 years, First Class HVAC has served the Delmarva area with honesty and integrity. Throughout their long history in southern Delaware and eastern Maryland, they have and continue to focus on producing friendly, well-trained employees to provide high-quality service to every property owner they come into contact with. Each team member will work on customers' plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and crawl space with professionalism, experience and expertise.

For more information, call 302-934-8900 or visit http://www.firstclasshvac.com.

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