Texans in the Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston areas can now worry about one less thing when it comes to maintaining their home — especially with summer on the horizon! That’s because StarTex Power and Constellation Home are offering a 2-in-1 plan that bundles your AC protection with your StarTex Power electricity plan. This means that if your AC breaks during the sweltering summer months—and you have this coverage—you’ll receive service trips, along with covered parts and labor, all at no cost to you.
In Texas, climate control is no joke. It’s hot, and you need to be sure that your home is comfortable when temperatures spike. As your home’s largest energy-consuming system, your AC unit (or units, as many of us in Texas have multiple ones) needs to be running at peak operating capacity to help lower your energy usage and bills. “Having the right equipment operating efficiently helps lower energy usage and energy bills,” reports Kevin Klages, senior vice president for Constellation’s mass markets group.
When you select this new bundled plan from StarTex Power, your AC coverage is included in the price of your electricity plan. If yours is a typical home that uses approximately 1,000 kWh of energy per month, you could expect to pay about $100 per month for your combined electricity and air conditioning system services.
The bundled plan also includes:
Constellation Home services all major brands of air conditioning systems, as well as heating, water heaters, and plumbing. This innovative program from StarTex Power and Constellation Home is designed to combine energy management with home services in order to provide seamless solutions for your day-to-day needs.
Having no-cost air conditioning service bundled with your electricity service is just a phone call or click away. Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth metro area residents can call StarTex Power at 1-866-917-8271 for more information, or visit sign-up online here.
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