When it comes time to consider replacing your homes heating and air conditioning equipment there are several things to consider. Most salesmen differ to your existing equipment size when quoting replacement. You may be stressed over lack of heat of air during this time and not thinking of much else. The problem is that when things are working again you may realize that all of the previous complaints that you had with the old system still exists. The original system could be improperly sized. Have there been any renovations or home improvements since the original unit was installed?
Free service call with any repair.
Great gimmick with little truth to it. Do you imagine that a company that was running let’s say 25 service calls a day and getting an $80 service fee up front is going to drop their income by $10,000 a week? The cost is added to the repair total.
We all know times are tough. It’s hard not to grab on to something that’s free but one has to ask how a company can give anything away. There is always a catch. We don’t rely on bait and switch tactics. We earn our business.
Free furnace with any complete system replacement.
Replacement pricing generally moves along with the thermometer. Some companies adjust their system replacement costs during the more moderate temperatures of the year. Others hold pricing and offer free this or that.
Of course additional materials and labor may be charged Lifetime unit replacement warranty. Some contractors advertise a lifetime replacement guarantee if you let them install your new equipment. We agree that proper maintenance is important for the longevity of your new equipment. Most similar guarantees require a prolonged maintenance agreement with the original company or warrantee is void.