Central Carolina Air Conditioning Launches New TV Commercial "Whom Do You Trust In Your Home?"
April 25, 2016 - Central Carolina Air Conditioning, Plumbing & Electrical have just launched a new TV commercial “Whom Do You Trust in Your Home?” to educate consumers on the importance of hiring service companies with safe and reputable reputations.
Realizing that many consumers hire the cheapest contractor they can find, Central Carolina Air Conditioning wanted to educate the public that cheapest isn’t always the best idea. And hiring contractors off Craigslist is never a good idea as safety, reliability and reputation should always be in a consumer’s mind.
“We always want consumers to be aware of the type of person that will be showing up at their door. Unfortunately, many deceptive people are posing as service contractors and take advantage of those unaware. Additionally, someone may say they can service your home but have no real training or certification. You don’t want to pay someone to make the problem worse.” Steve Wobig, General Manager
Central Carolina Air Conditioning Plumbing & Electrical has invested in software that allows them to now send out a picture of the technician to a customer’s phone or email in advance of their appointment. This is very unique as few service companies are able to provide this service.
“We want our customers to know that we put their safety and comfort first. We are in the service business and all of our technicians pass ongoing rigorous background and drug tests. We have been in business nearly 50 years and want our customers to know that we care about them.” Robert Allison, President
Central Carolina Air Conditioning Launches Heat for Heroes Program Locally
Greensboro, N.C., November 25, 2015 – Central Carolina Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electric is reaching out to those in need this winter by giving away 100 portable heating units to local heroes in need.
From December 1 - 31st, Central Carolina Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electric is asking those in the Piedmont Triad to nominate local heroes that might need a little help this winter.
They are looking to help local residents that have served in some capacity whether they are teachers, first responders, single parents, Veterans or volunteers. Central Carolina Air Conditioning, Plumbing and Electric believes that there are many local heroes here in the Triad that have issues with heating their homes and they would like to give away portable heaters to these individuals.
Individuals can nominate up to three heroes that might need a heater on Central Carolina's website (http://www.ccair.com/Residential) beginning December 1 and can also apply themselves. Nominees must live in the Piedmont Triad region of Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Summerfield, Burlington or surrounding communities that Central Carolina Air Conditioning, Pluming and Electric serves.
"This holiday season, we wanted to do something directly for the many heroes among us that have served others. We know there are a large number of people in need and want to help as many as we can this year with our program." - President Robert Allison
Nominations will be reviewed by Central Carolina's Internal Care Committee and heroes will be chosen based on need, service provided to others and location of individuals. Nominees must live in Central Carolina's service area as the heating units will be delivered to their homes by employees.
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Share your breast cancer story and win a free t-shirt
Greensboro, N.C., October 21, 2015 – Central Carolina Air Conditioning is giving away 500 FREE Breast Cancer Awareness T-shirts to Piedmont Triad residents this month to support Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Central Carolina Air Conditioning is asking those affected by breast cancer in any way to share their stories on ThinkPinkGSO.com. Many people have family or friends that have fought the breast cancer battle and Central Carolina Air Conditioning wants to hear and share their stories to encourage others. Several employees of Central Carolina Air Conditioning have been fighting breast cancer and they want to continue to raise awareness. They want to remind women to do monthly self-examinations in addition to the yearly exams performed by their doctor because early detection is key in this fight.
Employees themselves are also raising money by purchasing pink breast cancer awareness shirts that they can wear to work. The proceeds from the employee’s purchases are being sent to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
In addition, every time Central Carolina Air Conditioning replaces a residential heating unit, they will be donating $20.00 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Owner Bobby Allison says “we feel very strongly about supporting the Susan G. Komen Foundation and want to do our part in eradicating breast cancer.”
BURLINGTON FAMILY WINS “OLDEST AC CONTEST” WITH A 45 YEAR OLD AIR CONDITIONING UNIT STILL IN USE
Greensboro, N.C., Aug 20, 2015 – Central Carolina Air Conditioning announced the winner of their “Oldest AC Contest” yesterday awarding Michael & Gillian Vaughn of Burlington with a $500 check.
Last month, Central Carolina Air Conditioning launched the company’s first-ever “Oldest AC Contest” to locate the oldest residential air conditioning unit still in operation in the Piedmont Triad. Over the years, Central Carolina Air Conditioning had come across some older units and decided it would try to find the oldest.
Purchased in 2008 as a foreclosure, Michael & Gillian have remodeled much of the home as it had been neglected for quite some time. This was the second home they have purchased and remodeled top to bottom but said they had to live in an apartment while renovations where under way because the work was so extensive. However, the one thing they haven’t replaced was their 45 year old air conditioning unit.
“We decided to keep it while remodeling the home and have been surprised how well it still works. We maintain it regularly and know that we’ll never have another one last this long!” Michael Vaughn, homeowner.
In addition to the $500 check, the Vaughn’s have also received a $500 credit towards a new system when they are ready.
Central Carolina Air Conditioning Owner Bobby Allison presented the check and stated “we were shocked to find a residential unit this old in the Piedmont. We can’t believe it’s still running and haven’t ever seen a unit this old!”