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Clarkstown Heating & Air Provides Boiler & Furnace Repair in Rockland County

Have you ever awakened at 3 a.m. to a freezing cold house, and turned up the heat only to have nothing happen? If you have, you know that the time between discovering your boiler or furnace is on the fritz to the repair person knocking at your door feels like the longest time. And, if you’ve had someone who isn’t exactly an HVAC expert come to your home to make the repair, you know things can get frustrating, quickly. But it doesn’t have to be that way – and it isn’t, when you trust Clarkstown Heating & Air with your boiler and furnace repair needs.

At Clarkstown, we know there is no convenient time for a boiler or furnace breakdown, which is why we work hard to help you should the need for repairs arise. If you’re faced with a boiler or furnace emergency in your Rockland County home, you should know that Clarkstown can help. As a company, we believe in honesty and integrity, and we take great pride in our advanced training, experience and expertise.

We are committed to providing the very best in customer service to all of our Rockland County customers, and while we install high-quality, high efficiency boilers and furnaces, our technicians are trained to provide expert repair services on any make or model of boiler or furnace system you own – whether it’s a Weil-McLain, Peerless, Trane, Lennox or any other brand of boiler or furnace.

And at Clarkstown Heating & Air, you can count on us 24/7 – and customers who have service agreements with us receive priority service, which means they’re placed at the top of the list for emergency repair services, even at the busiest times of the year. With a service agreement, you’ll have the benefit of annual tune-ups, too… so your boiler or furnace will be less likely to break down at 3 a.m. on the coldest day of the year.

When you need emergency boiler or furnace repair quickly, call Rockland County’s most trusted name in HVAC – Clarkstown Heating & Air – at (845) 620-1000. We’ll be happy to help you stay warm and toasty all winter long.

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