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All Comfort Services believes in being upfront about our pricing. Instead of charging by the hour or half-hour, we present an exact price based on your specific repair. You will always know your precise cost and have the chance to accept or decline before we begin your work. We can accurately assess how long your project will take and what materials it will require. This allows us to give you a firm price rather than billing you by the hour—and if it ends up taking us longer than we anticipated, we will not increase the price we quoted. This ensures there will be no hidden costs or surprise expenses.
Call All Comfort Services and a dispatcher will ask you detailed questions about your needs. Do you know if your equipment is working fine or if it needs repair? Do you want to price new equipment?
Working fine: If your equipment is running fine and you’d like to schedule some routine maintenance, we will let you know our preventive maintenance prices and will schedule you for a future date.
In need of repair: If your equipment isn’t functioning properly, we will get your repair scheduled ASAP and will let you know the dispatch fee. Once the technician arrives at your home and assesses the situation, they will give you an upfront price for the repair.
New equipment: If you need a quote on new equipment like a furnace, air conditioner, boiler, or electrical panel, we will schedule a Comfort Consultant to give you a free in-home estimate.
No matter if the service is plumbing, heating, air conditioning, or electrical, All Comfort Services is here to help you get the service you need for the fairest price. Learn more about our team and integral core values on our about page.
To learn more about our upfront pricing, call our team of experts at 608-838-7300 or contact us today.
Our Comfort Club is a great option to have your equipment on a regular maintenance schedule and to save on dispatch and overtime fees. Learn more about our money-saving maintenance program called Comfort Club.