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A-Plus Quality Crowned Top Choice Air Conditioning and Heating Company of 2021 in Vaughan

January 15, 2021

A-Plus Quality Crowned Top Choice Air Conditioning and Heating Company of 2021 in Vaughan

In November of 2020, we, A-Plus Quality HVAC services in the Greater Toronto Area, were nominated in the 2021 Top Choice Awards for the Top Air Conditioning and Heating Company. After we were nominated the voting began. We are proud to announce that we have been crowned Top Choice Air Conditioning and Heating Company of 2021 in Vaughan. Thank you to each and every person that voted for us, we are so honored to hold such an outstanding award. 

What is A Top Choice Award?

Consumers are responsible for submitting their favorite business in their city to acknowledge their excellent products and/or services. After a company is submitted to Top Choice Awards, they are then moved on to the qualification process, however it is first confirmed that the business’s reputation and customer satisfaction is in good standing. Nominees then proceed to the voting stage where consumers have a 30-day window to vote. Once voting ends, the votes are counted, and winners are announced. 

Local businesses are honored by the Top Choice Awards based on the views of thousands of customers every year. Participants are questioned about the general experience they have had with a company. These surveys are then collected and analyzed, and the findings help businesses enhance their experience while encouraging patrons to make informed choices.

What Does It Mean to Be A Top Choice Award Winner?

Being a Top Choice Award winner means that you are recognized as a top business in your city. Holding this award reflects your business’s work ethic, quality of products and/or services, and customer satisfaction. New and existing customers can feel confident in business’s holding the winning position of the Top Choice Award because it is based upon opinions of existing customers and community members who have had any sort of experience with the company. 

At A-Plus Quality, HVAC services in the Greater Toronto Area, we are so grateful to hold such an honorary award. Every online review and Top Choice Award vote has allowed us to be in this outstanding position. We value customer feedback to always understand how we can do better and improve. Holding this award provides us with much appreciation for each and every one of our customers and community members. We will continue prioritizing customer satisfaction and quality of our products and services. If you are looking for HVAC services in the Greater Toronto Area, contact us today to speak with an A-Plus Quality representative. 



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