If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s this: No matter what may be going on in the world around us, it’s important at times to take a step back and focus on what truly matters. On doing something kind and good for the community, on raising your kids so they know how to respect and treat others and on being grateful for all that you have.
If you’re in good health and you’ve got family and friends you can call, local businesses you can count on and a roof over your head, things aren’t so bad. As life takes you on unexpected twists and turns, it can help to hit the reset button, pause for a moment and reflect on the good you have in your life, and the good you can do for others. Plus, a little relaxation time can go a long way.
At Tiger Services, when we think about focusing on what’s important, to us that means finding ways to best serve and support you, our customers.
The HVAC services we provide are essential for homeowners in San Antonio, and we take this oath of essential service seriously. In spite of the pandemic, we are so proud of the way our field personnel and technicians have really stepped up to safely enter your homes and make sure you’re set up with working air conditioners in the hot summer weather.
When winter comes around, you can be sure we’ll keep up that same level of care and attention whenever your furnace or other home systems need our attention. Through thick and thin, we’ll be here to help.
Ever since the Mollgaard Family opened in 1978, we’ve always been hard-working tradespeople you can count on for honest and reliable service. This year especially, we’re humbled by the continued support we’ve had from our customers and the families in our community.
Whatever comes next, we’ll get through it together. You’ve got friends, family and Tiger Services at your side. Thank you for being there for us, too.
P.S. If you are in a position to help our partners over at Salvation Army, we will match all donations made before January 31st. The link on our charities page tracks all the donations, click here to donate.
Dennis Mollgaard, Jr. 2nd Generation A/C Fanatic