residential-category-ac-heatpump.pngSimply the Best Cares Program

To show our commitment to giving back and to help our neighbors in these uncertain times, we are rolling out the deal of a lifetime on a new AC unit.

  • Get a brand new, fully installed state-of-the-art Daikin central air conditioning system that comes with the best warranty in the HVAC industry.
  • 12 years parts & labor warranty coverage
  • 12 years free tune-ups ensuring your system stays in line with the 12 year warranty requirements
  • Get all of this with no payments and no interest for 12 months!* Only $59 a month after the first year** is up!

There has never been a better time to upgrade your AC system. There is absolutely no cost to you for the first year* and the unit has all maintenance covered and a 12 year parts and labor warranty! Want to take advantage of this amazing offer? 
Give us a call today! (480) 361-8458. Offer ends 6/30/2020

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*On approved credit. Contact us for more details.
**14 SEER 2.0 Ton Daikin AC system.

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Simply the Best Cares Initiative

StB Cares was formed in 2018 to formalize the commitment that the owners of Simply the Best have to philanthropy and giving back. This year's featured non-profit is Medi-Mex, Inc., which has been feeding, clothing, housing and providing for the basic medical needs of extremely impoverished migrant farm workers just south of the US border in Mexico since 1990.

Some of the Simply the Best staff had the privilege of both funding and being part of a house built for a family in October 2018, an experience that changed lives and is still regularly talked about around the Simply the Best office.

The transformation of lives, both on the part of those helping and those being helped, is something that is so touching and that we are so passionate about that we have committed to donating a portion of the profit from every job that we do in 2020 to Medi-Mex.

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