A look at some of today’s headlines will give you an idea of what’s coming next for you in the HVAC industry. Home sales are up, and so are car sales, so consumers are back in the mood to make large purchases, and that often includes air conditioner and furnaces.
New home sales especially drive the sale of new HVAC units, since almost every home built today has both a furnace and air conditioner. Higher HVAC demand usually equals higher unit prices. Cross that over with higher federal energy efficiency standards, which also usually mean more expensive units, and you have a mixture that is sure to cause the price of HVAC units to increase.
So what should you do? Well, if your heating and cooling system is fairly new, do nothing. But if either or both are over 12-15 years old, you might want to think about upgrading before prices go up. The average life-span of a residential furnace or air conditioner is 17-20 years, so you do the math.
Add in extremely favorable consumer financing, and you may find the upgrade option hard to resist. If you are curious to know your options, and the associated costs and financing available, call our office today at (509) 924-0018 for more information and a free estimate. Max Johnston 7/24/15
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