If you’re looking to upgrade or replace your HVAC system, what your home needs will all depend on how big it is as well as how many occupants there are. It helps to know the right contractor who can help you decide the best system for your home and offer you the right price for it. They won’t ever pressure you into making a decision.
To help you out, our air conditioning and indoor air quality experts at Cardinal Heating & Air have shared below some of the common scams you’ll encounter when looking for a new HVAC. This so you’ll know what to do and avoid should it ever happen to you:
Being Forced To Buy Their Most Expensive Product
If you noticed that they’re immediately pushing the priciest product onto you, ask them to explain why that was their recommendation. At the very least, they should’ve made a complete assessment of your home and explained how they arrived at that recommendation. Make sure to address these concerns first before signing on the dotted line.
Receiving An Offer That’s Too Good to Be True
While most companies prioritize serving their customers as best as they can, some will try to cut corners just to make extra profit. These too-good-to-be-true deals should be carefully considered first, as there will always be a catch. Oftentimes, they’re just steering you toward buying something you never intended to shop for in the first place.
So, when in doubt, just turn down the offer and move on to the next prospective contractor.
Being Rushed to Make a Decision
If the technician is demanding that you make a quick decision, then they’re not really professionals. Only trustworthy HVAC companies won’t even think about rushing your decision on how you want to repair or replace your system.
If you’re looking for a trusted contractor in HVAC and water heaters, don’t hesitate to call Cardinal Heating & Air. You can reach us at (425) 827-9997, or you can also fill out our convenient online contact form. Call us today!