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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Imagine Just One Hot Summer Day without Air Conditioning

This is a sponsored guest post written by Total Protect Home Warranty on behalf of Total Protect Home Warranty. Post powered by Sponzai.

Most people don’t give the condition of their air conditioners a thought before the first hot day is upon them. They just switch them on fully expecting them to hum into service without a glitch, and normally, that is what happens. They are happy to have the cool air coursing through their homes without a care in the world.

But sometimes, the unimaginable happens. You go to switch on the air conditioner one hot summer day and nothing. You may curse, you may cry, you may even kick the unit fully expecting it to spring to life for you at your bidding but no, it is not going to cooperate, and you are stuck with trying to figure out what you are going to do about the problem.

Not to add insult to injury, but that tiny little voice inside your head that told you that you should have taken your neighbor’s advice and called TotalProtect Home Warranty to sign up for a home warranty on the major appliances in your home really isn’t helping matters at this point. All you can do now is open the phone book and hope to find an air conditioning expert who will come out to your home immediately and fix the unit. This may end up costing way more than it would had you acted on your neighbor’s advice and called TotalProtect Home Warranty.

Let’s rewind. It is spring and you are having a conversation with your neighbor about how summer is just around the corner and is your air conditioner in good operational order? He tells you about the home warranty plan he just purchased from TotalProtect Home Warranty and how it is giving him peace of mind knowing that if anything goes wrong with his air conditioner or anything else major in his home, help is just a phone call away.

You take your neighbor’s advice, call TotalProtect Home Warranty, and when summer does arrive, you know that you are prepared for the full brunt of it and with extra money to spend on your family not on costly air conditioning repairs.

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