For warmth in winters, CHAC rolls out hi-tech Service Van
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Oct 15: With harsh Himalayan winter approaching fast –Continental Heating and Air Conditioning Systems –a City based company, which provides heating arrangements for the past over a decade, has rolled out a hi-tech Service Van to provide 24X7 assistance to clients right at their doorsteps: anywhere, anytime.
This is what the CHAC Managing Director Urfi Mustafa Shonthu assured, as the vehicle which resembles the service vans in the cold European countries, started the operations.
CHAC, the company which “pioneered” centrally heating in Valley way back in 1996, as per Urfi, aspires to provide the “best of the services to its customers so that the chilly conditions don’t dare to break the warmth.”
A Mechanical engineer by qualification, Urfi says he has been trying his best to introduce the latest in the field for his clientele. For him this business has been such a passion that he gave up his government job to continue with the central heating business.
As about the Service Van, Urfi said its equipped with latest gadgetry required to any troubleshooting.
“AlhamduLilllah we hardly have any complaints from the clients but then this van provides facilities for the overhaul of the heating system as well,” Urfi told Greater Kashmir while personally making a test drive of the cab.
“This van is fully equipped … For assistance our clients can call our helpline numbers 9797790030 or logon to website www.chacsystems.com,” he said.
“Our experiences of central heating technology in residential, commercial and industrial applications ensure your peace of mind that your Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) system will be a sound investment. Each of our projects is tailored according to client's unique needs and hand-built by highly experienced professionals,” he added.
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