By: First Supply
A new furnace is a big expense. And like it or not, if a unit you installed doesn’t live up to a homeowner’s expectations, you might not get the call when it comes time for a new water heater or their next heating ventilation and air conditioning installation. Unfortunately, fighting drafts and inconsistent temperatures in a home can decrease the efficiency and longevity of even the most advanced furnace. Help your customers get the most from their HVAC equipment by recommending the following energy saving strategies.
By providing your customers with some (or all) of the practical tips above, you can help improve their comfort and decrease the amount they are spending on heating and cooling. This reinforces the fact that they made the right choice and helps them feel better about their purchase. If your end-result is leaving every job with a happy customer, this is a great, value-added way to get there. After all, we all know that happy customers make recommendations, which will undoubtedly lead to more business, and increased profits for you!