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Kilowatt Is a Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce Award Winner!

IMG_0381The best compliment that any HVAC contractor can receive comes straight from its customers. Any time one of our many customers thanks us personally for doing a great job for them—such as installing a new air conditioner or getting a malfunctioning AC fixed—it means the world to us. We have some of the best technicians in the industry on our staff, and knowing that they’re out there making a difference for customers is a great reward in itself.

But receiving awards like the one the Sherman Oaks Chamber of Commerce has given us… well, we don’t mind those kinds of compliments either!

Kilowatt is pleased to announce that we are the 2016 winner of the Sherman Oaks Chamber’s Small Business of the Year Award. The Annual Awards Installation and Gala Celebration will be held on Thursday, May 19, at the Galpin Premier Collection in Van Nuys. The celebration will include a silent auction, classic dinner menu and cocktails, and 1950s-themed music and costume contest.

A Few End of Spring Reminders

Now is as good a time as any to remind you that if you haven’t yet arranged for spring air conditioning maintenance to prepare for the summer, there’s still time. The sooner you have this work done, the better off your air conditioner will be—and the less likely it will end up being surprised with a heat wave. Sign up for our maintenance program, and we’ll see that your AC is in the best shape for the season.

If you’re in the market for a new air conditioning system entirely, now is also a great time to arrange for it: we’re currently offering $100 off any air conditioner (or furnace) for new installation.

If you want to experience first-hand our award-winning service, call Kilowatt Heating, Air Conditioning and Electrical. We serve Woodland Hills, CA and throughout Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley.

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