Watch Out for Commissioned Technicians!

May 19, 2017

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    Routine maintenance is a very important step in the long-term life of your air conditioner or furnace. As a result, you’ll want to keep up with regular seasonal maintenance and tune-ups on your HVAC equipment. But when you do call in a heating and cooling contractor for service, make sure you’re calling in the right company!

    Many HVAC contractors use commissioned technicians to perform all their service calls, including routine maintenance. That means the tech who comes out to your home or business has a strong incentive to try to sell you expensive parts or unnecessary equipment—they get paid more if they do! So if you hear about an HVAC service offering low-cost tune-ups (approximately $59 or $69), start asking questions. If they use commissioned service technicians, you can be confident you’re in for a bait-and-switch, and you’ll soon be facing hardball sales tactics touting “solutions” you don’t really need.

    At Hughes Air Heating & Cooling, we’re different. Our team provides a comprehensive 23-point inspection of your HVAC system for just $99. And unlike heating and cooling companies that claim low maintenance call costs and then pressure you into buying unnecessary repairs or equipment, you won’t have to deal with high-pressure sales tactics when you call our professionals. That’s because our technicians don’t earn commissions. That means, unlike with most HVAC contractors, they’re not motivated to try to sell you services and products you don’t need just to pad their paycheck!

    Our 23-point inspection includes testing your heating and cooling system as well as replacing the filters and more. For your convenience, we’re also happy to let you know about our energy-saving maintenance program that can make it even easier and more affordable to keep your HVAC systems in tip-top shape.

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