Call For Entries: Homeowners Encouraged to Submit Photos of Old and Run Down Furnaces
ARS Corona, a leading residential heating and air conditioning service company, is offering one Inland Empire or Los Angeles homeowner a new furnace, through its “Furnasauras” Contest. All Inland Empire and Los Angeles residents who live within ARS Corona’s territory are encouraged to submit a photo of their run down furnace for a chance to win a new one.
“Proper furnace maintenance is often not prioritized and can be costly to repair or replace if overlooked for too long,” said John Butler, general manager, ARS Corona. “A safe and functioning furnace is a necessity, especially as overnight winter temperatures can dip into the low 30’s.”
A properly maintained furnace should last up to a lifetime, if cleaned and tuned up by a professional just once per year. Not only can a neglected furnace lead to fires in the home, they can expose your family to carbon monoxide poisoning and be very expensive to repair or replace.
To enter the contest, visit www.arscalifornia.com/entry. Upload an image of your existing furnace and a reason why you need a new furnace, along with your name, address, and phone number. You can also mail your entry to Attn: Furnasaurus Contest, 9731 Irvine Center Drive, Irvine, CA 92618. All entries must be received no later than February 28, 2014 to be eligible for the contest.
To learn more about ARS Corona, furnace maintenance or the “Furnasaurus” Contest, visit www.arscalifornia.com/entry.
About ARS Corona
Founded in 1997, ARS is a leading brand of American Residential Services L.L.C., which provides heating, air conditioning, and indoor air quality services to residential and commercial customers nationwide. The knowledgeable team of ARS technicians delivers the highest quality professional HVAC services. ARS is committed to exceptional customer service, with its Exceptional Service Guarantee that assures ARS will always make it right for customers. For more information, visit www.arscalifornia.com and www.ars.com or call 866-586-8175.