If the central heating and cooling system in your home is not functioning properly, it may be time to repair or replace your system.
In many cases, you may choose to repair your old, inefficient HVAC unit, rather than replacing it with a newer, more energy-efficient unit, as a way to save money upfront. However, this choice may not benefit you in the long run. Thankfully, consumer financing can be a helpful tool for making it possible for customers to fit a new HVAC system into the budget. Plus, with a newer unit you will be able to enjoy long-term, energy-saving benefits!
In addition to covering the price of a new unit, consumer financing can also cover the cost of a Gladiator extended service plan which will help decrease any additional expenses you may face for the term of the extended service plan. To find out if consumer financing makes sense for you, speak with your local Gladiator dealer!
Stop Basing Your Decision on Cost, Start Basing It On What’s Best for Your ROI
Your car costs money, your HVAC system is an investment that gives you a return back and saves you money. When it comes time to make a decision about purchasing an HVAC system, choosing a minimum or standard efficiency cooling system may be tempting because it’s cheaper up front. And with the increases in minimum-efficiency ratings, the new base-efficiency system will typically have the same or greater rating than your old system. However, just because this rationale may be easy to get behind, it does not mean that it is the best for you and your home in the long run. Here’s why:
- Consistent heating and cooling is best achieved by a high-efficiency unit
- Humidity control in high-efficiency units is supreme
- Cost-efficient operation is only possible via a high-efficiency unit
- Your high-efficiency systems do not cost much with the savings on electricity and have the highest Return on Investment.
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These days, there are several financing options available that can help make your home comfort system affordable without breaking the bank. When it comes to your new home comfort system, it’s important to remember that it is an important investment that can provide you with energy-saving benefits for years to come!