About Our Heating Equipment Service Plans

The leaves are changing, the weather is cooling down, and fall is in there air. As you fire up your furnace for the first time of the season, you should think about getting it serviced. By getting it done now, you will have peace of mind all winter knowing that your furnace won’t stop working in the dead of winter, when HVAC companies are booked days in advance.

At Devine Bros. we offer three heating equipment service plans to get you through the winter. Here is some basic information on each:

Basic Plan – $244 per year

Our basic plan is the lowest of our three options. It includes:

  • 24/7 service, 365 days per year

  • Annual tune up for preventative maintenance and energy savings

  • Same-day emergency service

  • Discounted repair rates

Standard Plan – $289 per year

The standard plan offers more than our basic level, but is a step down from the premium package. It includes:

  • Everything from the Basic Plan

  • Free repair for 24 different furnace components

  • 15% discount on all uncovered repairs

Premium Plan – $399 per year

This is our best plan, plus you get a $125 discount on each additional unit you sign up for. Our premium plan includes:

  • Everything from the Basic & Standard Plans

  • Free repair on more than 50 different parts

  • No travel or diagnostic fees!

For almost 100 years, Fairfield County residents have depended on Devine Bros. to keep warm during the winter. If you live in Norwalk CT or the surrounding areas, sign up for our service plan! Click here for more information or call us at (203) 866-4421.

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