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The Bellerose Civic Association featured a guest speaker from Lone Star Home Heating Inc. - Owner/President John LaCertosa on September 12. LaCertosa spoke about the home heating industry and common problems that people experience.
&#8220People have had problems accessing the heating business, and they have trouble getting a service plan,” LaCertosa said. &#8220When they do, they often have to wait 2-3 days to have someone come to their house.”
Lone Star, however, provides guaranteed 24-hour-service to its members, and even provides a supplemental program to people who are currently under contract with another company.
&#8220We have a new program called the supplemental program with reserved activation,” LaCertosa said.
&#8220If you currently have a service plan that you can't get out of and they say you have to wait a few days, you can call us and we'll show up the same day.”
Lone Star also guarantees the lowest prices LaCertosa maintains, saying that if you can find a better deal, he will give you his Utility Alternative Gas Heating Plan for two-full-years free.
LaCertosa, who founded Lone Star Home Heating Inc. in 1992, said that he was happy with the audience at the Bellerose Civic Center.
&#8220We've gotten some calls, and people seemed to be attentive and they asked questions at the end,” he said. &#8220They were very receptive.”

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