We really appreciate your referrals!
At Urgent Air it truly is our goal to keep you a customer for life by exceeding your expectations and gaining your trust. We know that retaining clients is MUCH easier than finding new ones, and that’s why we strive to provide quality work and great customer service 100% of the time!
Hopefully, if we’ve done our job well you’ll recommend our services to someone else that might need air conditioning or heating repairs. Nothing says “thank you” more than having a person who has a need for our services call us, because of the recommendation you made. We really appreciate and value the relationship we have with our clients and it is nice to have a relationship that is strong enough for you to recommend our services to others.
To thank you back, we’ll give you 10% off your next maintenance for the referral. If you’ve given our information out, please help us track your referral by providing us with your referral’s name below. If you would like us to contact them directly (with their permission) please provide their phone number below.
Thank you again!
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