There’s nothing scarier than a broken appliance. For many folks, a brain-hungry hoard of flesh-eating zombies is scary — a dude in a Freddy Kreuger mask with a chain saw is terrifying – and for most of us, a scary clown jumping out from around a dark corner makes us scream. But for us here at Home-Tech, a broken appliance takes the cake.
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If you’re like me – there’s nothing more horrifying than a broken appliance or one that’s missing a part. I’d rather watch a marathon of “The Exorcist”, “The Shining”, and “Psycho” over and over again than contend with an air-conditioner on the fritz in the Southwest Florida heat. Seriously — instead of seeing my thermostat rise into the high-80s, I’d be far happier to see those creepy twin girls appear at the end of my hall, Linda Blair spray pea soup all over my wall, or meet Norman Bates in my shower than lay around fanning myself frantically while I wait for a repair man to show up.
In fact, I think “Broken A/C” would be a much more popular costume (in terms of scariness) then, say, a Demon Vampire or an Evil Doll. I mean, at least you can run away from a Demon Vampire or an Evil Doll. When you have a broken air-conditioner, you’re too hot and sweaty to run. In fact, instead of using decorations to create a haunted house in your home, just turn off the air and invite guests to come in and sit in the heat – it’s much scarier – especially if you lock the doors.
Scare Your Broken Appliance Straight With a Service Agreement
Whether it’s an air-conditioner, kitchen appliance repair, washer, dryer, or more, you can stop the nightmares about broken appliances or missing parts with the security of a Home-Tech Service Agreement. We have a Gold Plan for all you ghouls that want extra protection and a Silver Plan for all the spooks that need to pay a little less – either way, we answer the question of who you’re going to call when your appliance busts – and that’s Home-Tech. Not just on Halloween, but for security the entire year. And you have the security of working with a company that has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. It doesn’t get much safer than that!
And with Halloween so close, I need to get to work on my sexy “Broken A/C” costume. I’m thinking two used filters and maybe some galoshes? Maybe a little dress with thermostat that reads 89 degrees on it? Perhaps just a bunch of strategically placed tangled wires and I can just walk around making creaking noises and blowing hot air with a portable blow-dryer? I think I’m on to something here…