Exit Realty


Discover a Fresh Approach to Today’s Residential Real Estate Marketplace

In today’s real estate marketplace, most buyers and sellers share a generic view of the agents that act on their behalf.  You sign an agreement, the “for sale” sign goes up, ads go online and in print, buyers make inquiries, offers are made, contracts are signed, and a closing occurs.  But decisions to buy and sell real estate are rarely that simple and often require the combined skills of a trusted real estate professional that can also act in an advisory role.

Local entrepreneur and Exit Real Estate Associate Broker, Jesse Boling, first began his self-employment career at a very early age in his parent’s business and later launched two successful businesses, CH Interiors & Gifts in 2013 and Knox Graphics & Design in 2017.  Jesse’s success in retail came about largely from his unique ability to build winning teams of associates and to differentiate his companies from his competition.  Success also resulted from developing lasting relationships, comprehensive marketing strategies, and by developing all of the necessary skills needed to succeed at every new venture.

Today, as an Associate Broker at Exit Real Estate Professionals Network, Jesse has combined his years of successful entrepreneurship, along with Exit Realty’s commitment to provide the highest level of professionalism and training, offering each of their clients an uncommon level of expertise when buying and selling a home in today’s fast-paced and evolving real estate marketplace.  We hope you will enjoy this recent interview with Jesse.

EK: How have your years of experience as an entrepreneur and business owner prepared you for today’s residential real estate marketplace?

Jesse: Success in any worthwhile endeavor involves planning.  Before launching any new business, every aspect of that new venture must be thoroughly examined, considered, and planned for.  Comprehensive analysis and plans must then be developed.  But, even more importantly, you need to consider the human component for every transaction, never forgetting that there are family members emotionally invested in every home that is bought or sold.

EK: What is the most important characteristic or skill required to succeed in residential real estate?

Jesse: While there are a variety of skills required for success, the most important skill is the ability to listen to your clients.  Without the ability to listen, all of your other skills are of little value.

EK: You had multiple real estate companies to select from.  What made you choose Exit Real Estate Professionals Network?

Jesse: That’s simple.  It was their comprehensive approach and commitment to provide a level of client service that is uncommon in today’s marketplace.  It was the same commitment I made to each of my customers in my retail businesses that was required to achieve success; a commitment to provide a level of service that most people thought no longer existed today.

EK: How would you describe a typical “buyer’s” experience?

Jesse: As I stated earlier, it begins with listening.  What are the buyer’s expectations? What are their priorities (schools, shopping, proximity to work, emergency services, churches)?  We need to determine budget and pursue mortgage pre-approval.  These are just a few of the requirements we need to consider, allowing us to transform ourselves from a real estate professional to a trusted advisor and ally.

EK: How would you describe a typical “seller’s” experience?

Jesse: Well, listening still is my number one priority.  We need to establish a current market price for the seller’s home, as well as a realistic timeframe for the sale to take place.  There are also a large number of recommendations we might make to the seller to enhance the probability for success at the highest possible price.  This is also where our team goes to work to create a comprehensive marketing plan designed to achieve a successful outcome.

EK: How important is communication in the buying and selling process?

Jesse: Next to listening, communication is perhaps the most often neglected component in the real estate experience.  Buyers and sellers deserve to be in the loop to whichever degree they wish to be included.  Also, with all of the communication tools available today, there’s really no excuse not to keep buyers and sellers informed.  Regardless, it’s the number one complaint we hear from buyers and sellers today.

EK: If a reader has an interest in buying, selling, or perhaps purchasing an income property, what is the best way for them to reach you?

Jesse: Those interested in reaching me can call or text me at 865-335-7270 or email me at j.boling865@gmail.com.

EK: In closing, is there anything you would like to add?

Jesse: I would first like to thank the many thousands of people that have helped us to succeed in business, in addition to the countless friendships that have occurred as a result.  I would also like to ask you for the opportunity to earn your trust as an advisor and real estate professional on any residential real estate opportunity that you may become part of in the future.

Jesse C. Boling, REALTOR®

Exit Real Estate Professionals Network
865.383.3948 office
865.335.7270 cell
Jesse.FindKnoxvilleHouses.com

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Become Your Own Marketplace Disrupter


By Tom Irmen

Many small business owners live in fear of the potential for “disruptive technology” to enter their marketplace, putting them out of business.  The fear of an Amazon-like disrupter displacing established marketplace leaders with innovative new ideas is enough to cause even the most ardent entrepreneur to lose sleep.

But take a step back for a moment.  Amazon, which was first launched as an online bookseller in 1994 by Jeff Bezos, generated only $511,000 in sales in 1995, posting a net operating loss of $303,000.  What you may not know is that Amazon was founded in the garage of Bezos’ home in Bellevue, Washington.

On April 1, 1976, Apple Computers, Inc. was founded by college dropouts Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.  Once again, launched from a garage, Jobs and Wozniak started building the Apple 1 and selling it without a monitor, keyboard, or casing, which weren’t added until 1977.

And childhood friends Paul Allen and Bill Gates set out to succeed in business utilizing their shared skills in computer programming, launching their first company, Traf-O-Data, in 1972 before establishing Microsoft in 1975.

Without question, the new technologies I have cited have had a profound impact on the world of business and our own personal lives, leaving many lamenting the fact that these disrupters have been the root cause of tens of thousands of companies closing their doors and millions of employees losing their jobs.  But the fact is that these innovators simply set out to satisfy existing or future perceived consumer needs or marketplace changes that they identified and responded to with their own unique marketplace innovations. And they accomplished their objectives with the meager resources they possessed at that time.

While few of us will rise to the level of Bezos, Gates, or Jobs, each of us has the potential of becoming a disrupter within our own marketplace by identifying changing consumer needs and then satisfying them with our own unique marketplace innovations.  Sound daunting?  Perhaps, but try to imagine the task ahead of you if your competition acts first.

Perhaps what is most remarkable about these early marketplace disrupters is just how unremarkable they likely appeared to others at the time. Marketplace disruption is the domain of risk taking, forward thinking, and innovative entrepreneurs and not just a handful of billionaires.

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What Does Your Gift Say?


What do our gifts say about us? We want them to say we are thoughtful, but are we always hitting the mark? For some of us, it requires thinking outside the box!

Hostess Gifts

If you are traveling out of the region, you might want to consider taking something from your home area like food or locally crafted goods such as pottery or woodwork. Other thoughtful ideas are things people can use every day, like napkins (with or without the napkin holder) or notecards from a local artist.

Wedding Gifts

Do you always buy off of a registry? Young people always need a lot of things, as most are setting up households for the first time. Think about a distinctive piece of pottery or a hand-turned serving bowl – a luxury that someone would likely not buy for themselves. Though gift cards are not considered by some to be thoughtful, sometimes gift certificates are the perfect gift. It is hard to buy art for someone else, so a gift certificate to a shop with art may be the perfect choice. This allows the new couple to buy that perfect piece to make their house a home.

Birthday Gifts

What does your friend love? From that special friend to the “thinking of you” gift, try to pick something that will make them smile each and every time they see it. Is it a floral arrangement, hand-crafted jewelry, a trinket for a shelf or table (think birds and bunnies!), or a garden stake or statuary?

At The Town Framery & Gifts, we are here to help you find that special gift for that special person in your life.

The Town Framery & Gifts
12814 Kingston Pike
Farragut, TN 37934
865.671.6627
www.thetownframery.com

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Sweetwater Main Street Opens New Doors!


The year 2018 is looking to be a banner year in historic downtown Sweetwater.  In the past few months, Sweetwater’s nationally accredited Main Street district has helped four new businesses open.  Building entrepreneurs is an important goal for the Sweetwater Main Street organization.  In partnership with the City of Sweetwater and funded in part with a grant through the State of TN Economic and Community Development, a formerly vacant building in downtown Sweetwater is being transformed into a business incubator.  The beautiful historic building, once known as the Carter Brick Mason Building, is owned by Sweetwater Architect Sam Moser.  His vision for the building has created space for a restaurant, coffee shop and bakery, a retail store, and several residential apartments in the future, as well as the relocation of his own architectural office.

Last fall the first business, Her Majesty Boutique, opened to much fanfare.  It hasn’t been unusual to see a line out the door of this trendy second floor boutique.  Clothing and apparel, jewelry, accessories, and more, as well as a new children’s line, Reign Couture, have drawn many new shoppers to downtown Sweetwater.  The shop is owned by Ashley Ingram, Miss Tennessee United States 2017.

“It’s a very good thing to have young, smart entrepreneurs in Sweetwater,” said Mayor Doyle Lowe. “We’re so glad to play a part in these businesses success.”

In January, Vittorino’s Italian Cucina Restaurant opened and has stayed busy even through the traditionally slow months of January and February.  The cuisine is fresh and made with love by owner Rosa.  The venue is beautiful and cozy.  Open Tuesday through Sunday, a meal in Vittorino’s Italian Cucina Restaurant is well worth the trip to Sweetwater.

March 1st welcomed the Cup Runneth Over Coffeehouse and Sweet Station Bake Shop.  The Coffehouse serves Crimson Cup coffee, as well as a variety of hot teas, espressos, cappuccinos, and more.  Paired with a treat or breakfast item from the Bake Shop, and this stop is a must when visiting Sweetwater.  The eclectic interior spotlights the original brick walls and locally made countertops, tables, and chairs.  A space was created for live entertainment, and the back section of the building has a meeting room available for parties and gatherings.

Several years ago the Sweetwater Main Street organization hired a consultant for a master plan as part of a grant through the East TN Foundation.  The process of creating the master plan identified several goals for downtown Sweetwater.  Some of those goals included a restaurant serving pizza that more locals would support, businesses that stayed open past 5 pm, and a coffee shop.

“These new ventures are a clear fulfillment of several long-term goals, and it’s exciting to watch,” said Jane McGuire, Sweetwater Main Street Director. “We are so proud to play a part of this process.”

Sweetwater is home to so many unique shopping experiences and dining options.  These new businesses will help continue to draw visitors and locals alike and enhance what is already a great day trip.  So make plans to visit Sweetwater soon! For more information, follow the Main Street Marketplace Facebook page at www.facebook.com/shoplocalatmsm.

Main Street Marketplace
105 S. Main Street
Sweetwater, TN 37874
423.337.6979
www.sweetwatertn.net
www.facebook.com/shoplocalatmsm

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Spa 9700 Mother’s Day Celebration


Whether you choose a day of pampering, a single signature service, or a lovely gift from the extensive retail selections, Spa 9700 has the perfect way to say “I celebrate you, Mom!”

You can treat your mom, stepmom, mother-in-law, grandmother, aunt, sister, or the “just like a mom” in your life to something very memorable, sure to make you her favorite.  The thoughtful spa treatment packages created just for Mother’s Day make your job easy.  Packages such as “Mom’s Royal Treatment,” which includes a hot stone massage, custom luxury facial, spa manicure, spa pedicure, make-up application, and lunch catered from the Chop House.

The budget friendly “Off Duty Mom” includes a full body massage, custom luxury facial, a spa manicure, and lunch catered from the Chop House.  This is the perfect selection for a first-time spa go-er or for someone who is short on time but who still needs a “treat.”

To truly celebrate with Mom, try the 2018 version of “Mom and Me” which includes, for each of you, a full body massage, a custom luxury facial, pedicure, and lunch catered from the Chop House.

You really can’t go wrong.  Spa 9700’s comfortable, private, and relaxing environment is suited for treating anyone, but especially Mom, like royalty.

In addition, Spa 9700 also celebrates strawberry season with treatments featuring that sweet red berry that is abundant this time of year.  During May and June, you must try the Strawberry Smash Pedicure, which begins with a relaxing soak in sparkling, citrus, cilantro oil, and finishes with an application of strawberry fruit cells and whipped shea butter. An added pleasure will be a serving of fresh strawberries to tantalize your palate.

If you have visited the retail boutique (a part of the spa entrance), you know that Spa 9700 offers some exclusive gift items.  Known for their pajamas, beach cover-ups, and tunics, you will also find Hobo leathers, jewelry, and the most popular candles and body care. There are also beach bags, beach towels, sunscreens, luggage, and other essentials for summer travel.  A true “resort style” boutique, you’ll find great gifts and something for yourself also.

You and Mom are sure to love a visit to Spa 9700, so celebrate her with a gift certificate or gift from Spa 9700!

Spa 9700
9700 Kingston Pike in Knoxville
865.357.7721
www.spa9700.com

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Marble City Petsitting


The Benefits of Using a Pet Sitter

Americans have a love affair with their pets as evidenced by the approximately 80 million homes in our nation that own dogs, cats, and other pets.  Their unconditional love and loyalty earn a special place in our hearts and our families.

Our affection for our pets is often complicated when we travel and are confronted with the choices of how or where to board them.  Our choices are a boarding kennel, a friend or relative’s home, or pet sitters.

Benefits of an at-home pet sitting service include remaining in a known safe and secure environment and being surrounded by familiar sights, sounds, smells., and routines. A successful at-home pet sitting experience is largely dependent on the quality of the pet sitter you select.  That’s precisely why local entrepreneurs and friends, Miriam Wilson and Katharine Karter, launched East Tennessee’s premier at-home pet sitting service.

“We have combined our nearly four decades of veterinary and practical experience to offer pet owners a level of expertise not often found in at-home pet sitting services,” said Miriam.  “I have a degree in Veterinary Technology from LMU, and my experience has included intensive care, emergency, teaching, radiology, kennel, and general practice. Katharine’s expertise is  in the areas of kennel management,  cat rescue, and bird care.”

Marble City Petsitting is not only unique in the love they share for your pets. Miriam and Katharine’s veterinary experience allows them to respond proactively to unforeseen situations that can occur while you’re away from home.  Services they provide include:

» Routine pet care

» Walking, exercise & playtime

» Transportation (vet, grooming, bathing, training appointments)

» Liaison (vet, groomer, bather, trainer)

» Field trips (dog park, pet store, training classes, play dates)

» Nail trims

» Belly rubs & companionship

» Puppy support : playtime, exercise, socialization, training

» Prescribed medications & treatments

» Emergency support

» The not-so-routine special care you provide and want  duplicated while you are away: Katharine and Miriam have walked dogs at sunrise, injected medications into blueberries that had to be tossed and caught, tucked dogs in with stories or Animal Planet channel, sent short clips of cats chasing a laser, walked cats on harnesses, comforted dogs who are afraid of thunder, and all that comes with pet life, from neonatal  to hospice care.

If an upcoming trip, vacation, or other plans call for an at-home pet sitter, trust the service that combines decades of veterinary nursing and kennel experience with a level of care for your dog or cat that is second only to your own.

Marble City Petsitting

865.919.4325

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Introducing OKNA Windows & Patio Doors by Window Works


Established in 2005 by local entrepreneurs and husband and wife team, Tom and Kay Moon, Window Works has been committed to providing homeowners with the highest quality replacement windows and siding products at an affordable price. Now a second generation has joined the Window Works family. Tom and Kay’s son and daughter, Chris and Wendy, are as committed to Window Works’ founding principles as their parents, in addition to introducing the latest and most innovative products available in the marketplace.
Window Works is proud to introduce their newest line in energy efficient window and patio doors from OKNA. Manufactured in the U.S. at their 220,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility, OKNA windows and patio doors are meticulously crafted using the latest advanced technology to produce windows and patio doors of unmatched quality, efficiency, clarity, and durability. And windows from OKNA have the lowest air infiltration available anywhere, making them one of the top performing windows in the nation.
If you are considering installing new windows, siding, patio doors, gutters, or shutters on your home or office, you are invited to discover the Window Works difference for yourself. Select from either composite or vinyl windows and let Window Works color match your new windows to match any color you select. Family owned and operated, A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau, lifetime limited transferable warranty, award-winning service, and fully insured protection are your assurance that all work performed is designed to meet and exceed your expectations.

Also, be sure to ask about their newest windows and patio doors by OKNA.

Window Works
151 Sherway Road, Suite 6
Knoxville, TN 37922
865.560.3044
www.windowworksus.com

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CertaPro Painters of East Tennessee


The Most Trusted and Referred Residential & Commercial Painting Company in East Tennessee!

Spring is the perfect time of the year to tackle those projects to update your home or business that perhaps you have been postponing, and there is not a faster or more cost-effective way to update your interior and exterior surfaces than painting. With literally thousands of colors and finishes to select from, you are sure to discover those just-so-perfect colors for your every mood, every space, and every project in your home or business.

Experts understand that the successful outcome of every painting project rests entirely on your selection of a painting contractor. The selection of a paint brand, paint type, and colors are secondary. So just how do you know if your choice of a painter is the right choice?

In this issue of Everything Knoxville, we are pleased to share this interview with CertaPro Painters of East Tennessee owners, and husband and wife team, Jeff and Joann Brown. CertaPro Painters of East Tennessee is the proud recipient of numerous awards and honors for their expertise in the fields of both residential and commercial painting during the last 15 years, and they continue to earn a reputation for honesty, integrity, value, and quality craftsmanship.

EK: Describe the CertaPro Painters process and how this process differentiates you in the residential and commercial painting marketplace.

Jeff: We work very hard to make the painting experience “certain” for our customers. I believe people generally think that working with contractors is often just more trouble than it is worth. So, we work hard to do what we say we will do, doing it as scheduled, on time and on budget with as little disruption as possible to customers’ lives at work or home.

EK: At CertaPro, you state that you “don’t paint houses – you paint lives” and that you “don’t paint commercial businesses – you paint people’s livelihoods.” How is this approach not only unique, but also important to your customers?

Joann: We understand how busy our customers’ lives can be, so we respect and value their time. We know they have hired CertaPro because they want a quality job at a fair price, and they don’t want to have to worry about the project they have hired us to perform. They may continue with their regular schedule and let us take care of the rest without the hassles.

EK: Perhaps the number one complaint of both home and business owners when hiring a contractor is poor communication. How do you overcome this communication challenge with your customers?

Jeff: We start by listening to the needs of our customers, consulting with them about their project scope, needs, timing, vision, and budget. We provide detailed written proposals quickly, review it in person with the customer the morning we start the project, provide daily updates to the customer, and at the end, we perform a “pride walk” to ensure the project is 100% complete in their eyes!

EK: How do the prices at CertaPro compare to those of your competitors?

Joann: We research this regularly and find that our prices are very competitive with every other professional painting contractors. By professional, I mean a company that carries workers’ compensation and liability insurance, a company who has been in business for several years and offers a warranty, a company whose painters go through training to make sure they follow company policies, a company that doesn’t ask for money up front but only at the end of the project when everything is complete and the customer is satisfied. That is CertaPro, and we want to help protect your largest investment!

EK: CertaPro Painters of East Tennessee has earned the distinction of being the most referred painted in the entire area. You have also earned a reputation for achieving a nearly 98% customer retention rate, with almost half of your new clients coming from existing customers’ referrals. Why should this be important to prospective new customers?

Jeff: Trust is the first word that comes to mind. We believe our customers call us time and time again because we have proven to them that we do what we say, do it timely, with little disruption and at very competitive prices. We work hard to earn and keep their trust.

EK: What other services do you offer your clients?

Joann: In addition to interior and exterior painting, we offer pressure washing, drywall removal and installation, drywall repair, concrete staining, wood repair and replacement, stucco repair, knockdown/texturing, wallpaper removal and installation, and small remodel projects. (Bathroom remodel, mud room addition, screen porch or deck additions, and commercial build-out are a few examples.)

EK: Contrast your “consultation” proposal method to the “estimate” alternative used by your competition, and tell our readers why this is so important.

Jeff: Often our homeowners know they want or need to paint or do repairs but they are unsure of color, scope of work, materials, etc. We listen to what our customers want and work with them to ensure they get what they are looking for, and then we detail it with a written proposal. An estimate is vague, usually just a number, and frequently winds up in disappointment.

EK: What kind of warranty do you offer your customers?

Joann: We offer a written warranty both residentially and commercially. More importantly, we ensure we do it right the first time so a customer is not inconvenienced by a warranty issue!

EK: What is the best way for prospective new customers to learn more about CertaPro Painters of East Tennessee?

Jeff: If someone is considering a project, they should give us a call and one of our sales associates will come to their home or business and provide a free consultation about the project, and they can also learn more about our company and services.

EK: In closing, is there anything else you would like to tell our readers?

Joann: We would like to say thank you to all of our loyal customers who we have worked for during the past 15 years. We know you have many choices, and we truly appreciate you letting CertaPro into your homes and businesses. If you haven’t given CertaPro a try, please give us a call for a complimentary consultation and estimate. We have an amazing team who is always anxious to help. Thank you, East Tennessee!

CertaPro Painters of East Tennessee
865.470.0001
east-tennessee.certapro.com

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Kentucky Rifles of the Great Smoky Mountains


By Randal Pierce and Logan Hull

You are invited to view more than 20 examples of southern mountain rifles and pistols at an upcoming temporary exhibit at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend, Tennessee, from May 1 to October 25, presented by the Kentucky Rifle Foundation. These 18th and 19th century tools were essential for the survival of pioneers in the frontiers of Eastern Tennessee and Western Carolina.

These southern mountain rifles fully evolved in the last quarter of the 18th and the first quarter of the 19th centuries, as pioneers and settlers moved into what is now Eastern Tennessee and Western North Carolina. In the original colonies during this time, the Kentucky rifle was becoming an art piece in its “Golden Age,” while on the frontier, the southern mountain rifle had become an unadorned, iron-mounted utilitarian piece.

Baxter Bean, whose work exemplified the typical southern mountain rifle, was a third-generation gunsmith who worked in the Jonesboro, Tennessee, area. One of Baxter’s rifles, which will be on exhibit, was brought into Cades Cove by Wilson “Wilse” Birchfield, who named the rifle “Old Bean.” Wilse chose to live high in the mountains just under Gregory’s Bald. When he moved out of the Cove into the mountains, the old timers told him the bears would eat him alive. Wilse’s response to this was, “Old Wilson may eat some, too.”

These rifles, pistols, and accoutrements will be on display May 1 through October 25. For more details and to learn about special programming, call 865-448-0044 or visit www.gsmheritagecenter.org. This exhibit is included in the cost of daily admission to the Heritage Center or FREE to GSMHC members. Also, a special thanks to our sponsor, Blount Partnership.

Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center
123 Cromwell Drive
Townsend, TN 37882
865.448.0044
www.gsmheritagecenter.org

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Gent Heating & Cooling


“Comfort Promised… Comfort Delivered!”

By Shane Gent, Owner of Gent Heating & Cooling

The choices you have available to you when you require the assistance of a heating and cooling contractor are likely far more than you might have imagined. But if years of service, training, and experience matter – and they should – the available field narrows rather quickly.

With energy costs skyrocketing, efficiency should be your number one priority. That’s why you should select a qualified heating and cooling contractor with the years of training and experience needed to help you to achieve your HVAC system’s optimal performance.

Every heating and cooling contractor can make your home’s HVAC system respond to signals from your thermostat. But sadly, that’s the highest level of service and efficiency that many customers experience.

With 30 years of experience, Gent Heating & Cooling provides an unprecedented level of customer service that most home and business owners no longer thought existed. We are a full-service company that will maintain your system to operate at its maximum efficiency, provide fast, courteous, and affordable repairs, and replace your existing HVAC when necessary with a new, state-of-the-art, high-efficiency unit that is guaranteed for up to 10 years.

In addition to maintaining your system to operate at its peak efficiency, thereby lowering your energy costs, Gent Heating & Cooling has the expertise in replacing your old and worn out HVAC system. We offer you a wide variety of cost-effective choices, including Trane, Carrier, and Amana, in addition to the all-new comfort solutions from Mitsubishi Electric that offer incredible efficiency, zone control, and air quality. Our Bosch geothermal heat pumps offer the ultimate in Eco-friendly systems. This technology uses the relatively constant temperature of the earth (thermal energy) to provide heating, air conditioning, and hot water. Our backup generators from Honeywell can provide the backup power needed for those unexpected power failures, available in both natural gas and propane models.

Many homes and businesses today, which are equipped with older, less efficient HVAC systems, can significantly reduce their energy costs when replacing these units with today’s high-efficiency units. In fact, it’s possible to reduce energy costs by as much as 50% depending on the age of your existing unit and the new replacement unit you select, allowing you to recover your investment in far less time than you might have imagined.

If you’re tired of rapidly increasing heating and cooling costs, or if your current HVAC system just isn’t operating as well as it used to, then I invite you to experience the Gent Heating & Cooling difference. Call to schedule your no-obligation, in-home consultation today.

Gent Heating & Cooling
865.247.5092
www.gentheatandcool.com

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