Web re always on the lookout for ways to help our customers save money and live better. Thatb s why we offer energy audits to locate places where we can improve home performance with our other services (such as air sealing, duct sealing, and insulation), and why we encourage all our customers to sign up for our regular maintenance program for their HVAC equipment.
Now web re offering a special installation that will help you save money, while also benefiting the environment and making your life easier as well. Itb s the Laundry Prob” by Aerus.
Whatb s the Laundry Prob”?
The Laundry Prob” is cold-water upscale installation onto your current washing machine. It uses the exclusive ActivePure technology for a better way to do your laundry, harnessing processes that have already been is use for over a decade in hospitals and hotels right into your home. ActivePure uses the power of activated oxygen to pull grime away from the fibers and fabrics in the wash much more effectively than a standard washing machine. This also helps to prevent the growth of odor-causing bacteria, and it makes the clothes softer as well, which is better for sensitive skin.
Other Benefits of Laundry Prob”
There are many other reasons to go with Laundry Prob” in your home aside from just getting clothes cleaner, softer, and better smelling. Laundry Prob” doesnb t require any detergent or bleach, since it uses oxygen, peroxides, and other gas bubbles for its natural cleaning power. And that means youb ll be keeping plastic bottles of detergent out of the landfills! The system will operate at peak performance without regular maintenance and comes with a 2-year warranty.
You need to have professionals install your new Laundry Prob” so that it allows your laundry machine to take full advantage of it. Call on our team to arrange to purchase and install this great advance in laundry technology.
Interested in Laundry Prob” or another of our energy-saving services? Then call Comfort Central, Inc. We serve Arden and throughout Western North Carolina.Itb s Spring: Time to Schedule Air Conditioning Maintenance » « The Whole-House Approach to Energy Efficiency