Boston Electric’s new electric appliance parts business has been rolling out parts to dryers since the beginning of the year.
Now it has expanded to other parts too, such as the air conditioner and power strip, with the company adding more than 150 new products to its list of parts.
The company also announced it is expanding its product range to include “air conditioning” and “power strips,” with a focus on the former.
The company will continue to offer its most popular dryers with the “Air Conditioning” and the “Power Strip” options.
In the short term, Boston Electric will offer a limited set of “Air Cooling” air conditioners and “Air-conditioning” power strips for $5 per month and $10 per year.
The service will come with an “Air Compressor” and a “Coolant Cooling Fan” option.
In addition to the new air condition and air-conditioner options, the company is introducing a “Air Cleaning” option for $10 a month, and a $50 a year service that will provide the same benefits.
The “Air Purifier” option will give users a chance to “purify” the air around them.
While Boston Electric has made an effort to keep its inventory on par with competitors, the service does make a few concessions to its customers.
Customers will have to wait up to three months for parts and they will have the option to purchase a new dryer or power strip for $1,200.
The full list of new and old parts is below.
The New DealFor the first time ever, Boston’s customers will have access to a new “New Deal” feature in the app.
Called “Power Cleanup,” the feature will give customers the option of sending a cleaning service to a certain dryer in their neighborhood, and letting the customer choose the parts they want.
Boston also announced that it is offering a new service called “Clean Up,” which will allow customers to send a cleaning or a power strip to their own dryer, and let them select parts for the service.
It is the first service that Boston has offered in the city, and will only work on certain types of dryers.
The Boston Water and Sewer Authority will also be offering a free water filter to customers who have a problem with the water in their home, as well as a free, 24-hour service for residents who need to be home in case of an emergency.
The filters are currently available at Boston Water.
To see the complete list of changes in the Boston Water app, click here.