Included in the “fiscal cliff” legislation Congress and the president signed on December 31, tax credits for high-efficiency heating, cooling, ventilation, and water heating equipment were reinstated retroactively to January 1, 2012 and will not expire until December 31, 2013. Swick Home Services, a top local heating and cooling company, will be doing its best to ensure that consumers receive all the tax credits to which they are entitled.
Swick Home Services of Marquette recently awarded Mike Laurin of Ishpeming with a new fireplace at the Upper Peninsula Builders Show.
Swick Home Services attended a customer service training seminar in Lansing for contractors in the heating, cooling, and air quality industry. Contractors from across the United States and Canada attended the three-day conference.
Swick Home Services is partnering with TV6 in asking homeowners to send a picture of their ugly furnace; the furnace that is voted the ugliest will win its owner a new furnace or boiler.
Swick Home Services hosted a training seminar at the Comfort Suites in Marquette on November 17-19, 2011 for contractors in the heating, cooling, and air quality industry. Contractors from across the United States and Canada attended the three-day conference.