When Will We Hit 105 Degrees? Best Guess Wins a Free AC

Phoenix, Arizona (April 15, 2011) – Even Arizona weather can be unpredictable. The temperature hit 100 degrees early this year on April 1 – the second earliest date on record. So Chas Roberts Air Conditioning and Heating has once again joined with KPHO Channel 5 for a second time with the “First 105 Degree Contest.”

Chas Roberts is awarding a free home air conditioning system to the one lucky person whose guess is closest to the actual time the temperature first reaches 105 degrees. Contestants can enter by visiting kpho.com and picking the day, hour and minute that the temperature will reach 105 degrees for the first time this year. The contest begins April 14.

“Chas Roberts joined with KPHO for the ‘First 100 Degree Contest’ earlier this month and we were thrilled to award the lucky winner with a brand new home AC system,” said Chas Roberts CEO Roberta Roberts Shank. “We decided to award a second AC system for this 105 degree contest to remind Arizona homeowners that summer has arrived early this year and it’s time to get their air conditioning system checked out. This contest is a fun way for us to get the word out.”

To enter the contest, visit kpho.com. For more information on how to prepare your air conditioning system for summer or to schedule an appointment for a check-up, visit ChasRoberts.com.

Chas Roberts creates comfortable living environments for Arizona homeowners by providing quality installations and service of heating & air conditioning systems at competitive prices. Chas and Alice Roberts founded Chas Roberts Air Conditioning in 1942 and the business has been family owned and operated since day one. Today Chas Roberts, the largest HVAC provider in the state with eight locations including Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Queen Creek, Tempe, Avondale, Sun City and Tucson, passes along its buying power to homeowners and backs its service with highly trained personnel and on-line scheduling capabilities. For more information, visit www.ChasRoberts.com.