Customers are in line for savings with home service plan
Evanston, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/14/2018 -- Lucky residents of the North Shore need not be Irish this month to realize some extra green, as in savings from American Vintage Home's home service plan.
American Vintage Home's staff of professionals provides an unparalleled level of service, including sewer line repair in Oak Park, IL. The decades-old company eliminates the hunt for the best HVAC provider and is a reliable partner that homeowners can trust.
American Vintage Home offers the most comprehensive home service plan in the industry. The company's trained technicians address all the little things in a system that can add up to something major in the long run. The different plan levels are designed to prevent emergencies, improve system safety, keep manufacturing warranties up to date, lower energy bills and deliver year-round peace of mind.
Service plans—cooling, heating and plumbing— can be tailored to the needs of any home. Costs start at $12 per month each for cooling and heating and run to $35 per month for cooling, heating and plumbing— offering the biggest savings.
American Vintage Home's stellar performance speaks for itself. And often satisfied homeowners do the talking instead, like Katherine S. in a recent website review: "As always, extremely professional and conscientious. We've (used) no one else for the nearly 20 years we've been in this 90-year-old home."
To learn more about the wide range of services, including emergency plumbing in Wilmette, IL, quality products, money-saving deals and financing packages that American Vintage Home offers, visit the website.
About American Vintage Home
American Vintage Home has been serving the Chicago North Shore for decades and understands the needs and concerns associated with older homes. It has assembled a team of experts in cooling, heating, indoor air quality, plumbing and sewer services. Known as the "Older Homes Experts," American Vintage Home is committed to boosting comfort without compromising an older home's architecture.