Take some of the stress out of owning a home with the Moyer Complete Service Plan. This plan is designed to try to prevent large costly issues, save you money on parts and labor, and provide prority service if you have an issue.

Features of the Moyer Complete Service Plan include:

  • One heating tune-up visit
  • One air conditioning tune-up visit
  • Discounted 24/7 emergency service
  • Discounted after-hours charges

Annual Plumbing Safety Inspection. Check exposed fixtures for any potential problems.

Any repairs are billed separately not included in the plan.
For questions and to discuss our other offerings click below or call us.

What Our Customers Say

Beautiful job!

Rated 5 out of 5
August 17, 2021

The Moyer crew came out, removed my 54 year old oil furnace and installed a new one plus a programmable thermostat in one day. The crew was very courteous, kept me in the loop of everything they were doing, explained my new system and how to program the thermostat before cleaning up. Beautiful job!

John M.

Our shrubs never looked better!

Rated 5 out of 5
September 29, 2021

Our shrubs never looked better! We had no idea what was causing damage to our azaleas. Your techs came in, knew right away, and helped save our plants. It’s even more special since these were my grandmother’s azaleas. So grateful!

Christy S.

Costs are fair, response time is fast.

Rated 5 out of 5
August 17, 2021

This is my second property that I have used Moyer Services for..and have been very pleased. Costs are fair, response time is fast. They are my go-to company for Pool & Spa, HVAC, Plumbing, and Pest control.

Maureen A.

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