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Knightdale, NC, May 2011 – Contest winners Mr. and Mrs. Ehrenbock of Raleigh, North Carolina are thrilled with their new IPod. Local heating, cooling and plumbing company, Weather Master, in an effort to encourage their customers to submit customer reviews, ran a contest the last two weeks of February. Anyone who posted a review online during this time period was entered into a random drawing. The lucky winners were announced in March.

“At Weather Master we’ve built a business around serving our neighbors and friends and we want to encourage any useful feedback,” says Lee Hill, Vice-President of Weather Master. “We know that the best way to improve how we serve our customers is to hear it directly from them.”

Weather Master has served homeowners and businesses since 1977 and has a reputation for superior technical skills in air conditioning, heating, and air quality systems. Built on a foundation of maintaining the most knowledgeable technical staff with “Trust Certification” – random drug testing, national background verifications and driver’s license checks.

Hill, says, “The main strength of our company is our team members. By hiring the best people in the industry, we have created a great team that provides unmatched value to our clients. Our team is also committed to our mission: establishing long-term relationships with our clients and delivering reliable solutions that are energy-saving and suited to their home or business.”

“We look forward to more interactions with our customers in the future and plan to run another contest soon!,” states Hill.

To learn more about Weather Master, visit their website at, www.weathermasterhvac.com.

Weather Master
Weather Master Heating and Air has been serving Wake, Durham, Granville, Chatham and Johnston counties since 1977. By providing the very best in air conditioning, heating and plumbing equipment and service, Weather Master Heating and Air delivers world-class service with a small-company touch. They are committed to doing “Whatever It Takes” to deliver immediate comfort to North Carolinians.