Unlike a refrigerator or television, HVAC units don’t come already assembled. This is a fact not many of you may know unless you have been present at the installation of a previous unit. So, if you have two different companies selling the same HVAC unit, but one is appreciably cheaper than the other, why do you think one can be so much less money to buy?
The simple answer comes in the cost of assembly and fitting, not the cost of the actual HVAC unit. The company offering the same unit at a higher price isn’t automatically making a bigger profit, especially if the unit is being assembled by fully qualified HVAC engineers.
The nearest comparison we can perhaps provide is the difference in cost of a major service for your truck carried out by a recognized garage and a small garage tucked away in a back street. Who would you trust to do the best job? In the same way that correctly fitting brake pads to your truck requires a skilled mechanic to do it properly and, importantly, safely, the same applies to your HVAC unit as one connected incorrectly, especially if it is a gas-fired unit, could be putting your life at risk.
Here at A&E Air Conditioning and Heating we know we may not be the cheapest installer of a new HVAC unit, but we like to think we are one of the best and that we can still provide good value for money, and here are some reasons why:
If money is a major concern, before you make any final decisions on who to buy your new HVAC unit from, give us a call and have a chat with us about various financing options that could fit within your budget, leaving you free to enjoy your new HVAC unit, instead of worrying about the cost.