BNG Heating & Cooling

1425 N Rockport Rd
Boonville, IN 47601
(812) 897-3000
www.bngheat.com
Contact: Lewellyn, Lynnette
Business Description: With more than 68 years in the heating and cooling business in Warrick County, BNG Heating & Cooling is dedicated to providing the best possible service for you and your family. You can count on us to provide you with a system and solution that fits your family's unique needs. Since we've installed many systems in this area, we've earned a reputation for doing the job right the first time. To assure your satisfaction, we start by removing the risk investment in a new heating & cooling sysystem by providing a worry free one year money back guarantee. If BNG heating and Cooling does not completely satisfy your expectations in installation and performance, we will buy back your system. Then, by asking the right questions, we can customize the system to your exact needs. If we don't provide what you need and want, we're not doing our job. We work with the leader in home heating and cooling equipment, Bryant. And we train each employee to see your job through from start to finish, making sure the unit or system performs up to your expectations. Finally, we provide quick, professional service and complete service plans to keep your systems operating at peak efficiency. It's all part of our tradition of service assuring your complete satisfaction.
In Business Since: 1946
Service Area: Warrick, Vanderburg, Spencer, and Gibson counties
On Angie's List Since: 7/5/2011
Warranties: YES
Free Estimates: Yes
Office Hours: Mon 08.00 AM - 04.30 PM, Tue 08.00 AM - 04.30 PM, Wed 08.00 AM - 04.30 PM, Thu 08.00 AM - 04.30 PM, Fri 08.00 AM - 04.30 PM, By Appointment
Excluded Services: Ask for details.
Features: Emergency Service
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
(All statements concerning insurance, licenses, and bonds are informational only, and are self-reported. Since insurance, licenses and bonds can expire and can be cancelled, homeowners should always check such information for themselves.)
Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Boonville | Buckskin | Bullocktown | Burglen Hills | Chandler | Chrisney | Cynthiana | Dale | Darmstadt | Daylight | Dayville | De Gonia | Elberfeld | Elgin | Eureka | Evansville | Folsomville | Fort Branch | Francisco | Greenbrier | Hatfield | Haubstadt | Hazleton | Inglefield | Knight | Lynnville | Mackey | Mccutchanville | Metamora | Midway | New Harmony | Newburgh | North Park | Oakland City | Owensboro | Owensville | Paradise | Patoka | Patronville | Pelzer | Princeton | Reo | Richland | Rockport | Seymour | Tennyson | Wadesville | Washington | West Louisville | Wheatonville | Yankeetown
 
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