My air conditioner blows hot air

The heat took a little bit of break last week but that didn’t slow us down much.  Seemed like power outages and brown-outs kept us hopping.  I talked to my new customers over this summer to find out how they found us and if it’s not a referral from an existing happy air conditioning customer it was the Better Business Bureau or Google, or just an internet search.  I’ve tried to be very vigilant on my blog posts and my Acme Air Conditioning FaceBook page and social media and with this being the end of August and I can honestly say I didn’t miss a week all Summer, I’d say I’ve done pretty well this year!  But anyway, checking in with new AC customers and asking them how they heard about us, the ones who found us on the internet, I asked them specifically what they typed in to come across our website, or our Acme Air Conditioning company information.  Below is a compilation of what I found:

AC is not cooling in Garland, TX.  AC is not cooling in Murphy, TX.  AC is not cooling in Richardson, TX.  AC is not cooling in Plano, TX.  AC is not cooling in Sachse, TX.  AC is not cooling in Rowlett, TX.  My AC blows hot in Garland, TX.  My AC blows hot in Murphy, TX.  My AC blows hot in Richardson, TX.  My AC blows hot in Sachse, TX.  My AC blows hot in Rowlett, TX.

Those are some of the things people type in, and let’s face it, that’s the only point I’m trying to make here in this blog.

Stay cool everyone!  See you next week!

 

 

 

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