Don’t Be A Cheapo… Support Group!
October 2, 2014
Don’t be a Cheapo… Support Group! When it comes to making your purchasing decisions… Don’t hire solely on price… Do your research!
“Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.” Henry Ford
Considering buying a new furnace or air conditioner? Take a minute and save yourself years of expensive repairs and frustration.
We’ve spent 139 years saving people from equipment purchases that looked great on the surface but quickly went sour. And it really only takes a couple of minutes to learn the secrets to a purchase that will save you a lot of time, money and aggravation in the future – These 5 points below are crucial to your quality versus lowest price purchase. For a more in depth look into your purchasing decisions click on this LINK and the other provided links below.
- Choose a brand that breaks down less.
- Ignoring small differences in performance can be costly.
- Have it sized by an expert. It’s critical and it’s free.
- Expert installation saves 50% on repairs, 30% on performance.
- Check the warranty fine print, they are not all created equally.
HRAI is a national association that provides Canadians with the tools and information necessary to ensure their total indoor environment comfort. Here is a recent article they released ~ When it comes to heating and cooling systems, size matters!
Consumer Reports article on – Gas Furnace Buying Guide
If you have any questions, concerns or require additional information please feel free to contact us at any of the sources provided. email@example.com, 519.579.5330, Twitter @HoggMechanical, Facebook Hogg Heating & Air Conditioning
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