Boynton Beach A/C Company Offers The Perfect Valentine’s Day Gift

East Coast Mechanical of Boynton Beach is offering an amazing and out of the box Valentine's Day gift offer of Home Warranty Contracts.

Boynton Beach, United States - February 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

East Coast Mechanical (ECM) of Boynton Beach, Florida, one of the largest and most reputable family owned residential and commercial air conditioning, home warranty, plumbing and electrical service companies in South Florida, has a unique Valentine’s Day promotion for homeowners.

When most people think of Valentine’s Day gifts, the usual things come to mind: chocolates, rose bouquets, jewelry and expensive dinner dates. A Home Warranty contract may not be your first gift idea, however, ECM suggests that homeowners try something new this V-day! Instead of the usual – oftentimes expensive – Valentine’s Day gift, they propose homeowners give the gift of home protection and peace of mind to their spouse.

ECM’s Valentine’s Day promotion offers homeowners purchasing a new home warranty contract, added coverage with savings worth $185 in total value.

ECM’s Valentine’s Day Special Coverage Additions Include:

1. Plumbing Stoppages – interior of home and behind walls up to 10 feet.

2. Sewer Line Blockages & Snaking – (single family homes only).

3. Water Service Line – from home to meter equivalent to FPL’s $4 per month program (single family homes only).

4. Unlimited Puron 410-A Refrigerant – save $40 per pound.

5. Garage Plumbing & Electric – (single family homes only).

6. Ceiling Fans (5 max) – motor, standard light switches and standard dimmer.

7. Smoke Detectors – repair and replacement of standard products.

“This gift is perfect for a spouse interested in providing their significant other with added security, peace of mind, and hassle-free maintenance for their major home appliances,” said Jose Ramirez, President and Owner of ECM. “Imagine your wife’s delight to have a rent-a-tech at her beck and call making it the perfect gift for you and her.”

Not only can you pick the perfect plan for your home, but you can create a plan that covers everything you need. The benefits of a Home Warranty Service Contract are vast: one low annual fee, unlimited services calls, unlimited free parts and labor (on normally covered parts), peace of mind from unexpected breakdowns and many more. You can see a full list of the contracts here: https://ecmservice.com/service-contract/benefits-of-a-contract/

The most popular plan, Total Home Plus, includes major appliances within your home such as: air conditioning unit, refrigerator, stove/range, microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer, water heater and garbage disposal. To see the specific parts covered within this packages, among other available plans, click here: https://ecmservice.com/service-contract/equipment-coverage/

While not the standard in Valentine’s Day gifts, this one could very well turn out to have much longer lasting benefits then the candies and flowers most people tend to gift. For those considering a Home Warranty Service Contract who live in or around Boynton Beach, Florida see more information here https://ecmservice.com/service-contract/.

About ECM

ECM is one of the largest family owned residential and commercial air conditioning, home warranty, plumbing and electrical service companies in South Florida. ECM has been serving Broward, Palm Beach and Martin Counties since 1985. As the #1 South Florida service contract & A/C company, ECM takes pride in exceptional care and attention to detail, which is what sets us apart from the rest. ECM has 127 fully stocked trucks, 200+ employees and certified technicians with over $5 million completed service calls. The ECM team is committed to providing a higher standard of excellence, superior workmanship and increased value to each customer.

Contact Info:
Name: Andrea Gold
Organization: (ECM) East Coast Mechanical
Address: 1500 High Ridge Rd, Boynton Beach, FL 33426, United States
Phone: +1-561-585-9850

For more information, please visit https://www.ecmservice.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300540

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