New Furnace Deals in Indianapolis Area

By: Brian Schutt  |  December 10, 2012

We’re often surprised when we listen to the radio and hear so many great deals from heating and cooling companies across Indianapolis.  We’re surprised mainly because we hear many of these same names mentioned by homeowners when they call us for a second opinion. This marketing tactic is called a number of things, but “bait and switch” is what always comes to mind for me.

Here’s how the process works:

1) Radio ad for ABC Heating and Cooling talks about new high efficiency equipment that can save you money on your heating bills this winter. Then it implores you to call now to get a new system for thousands of dollars off their regular price.

2) You call, and setup an appointment to hear about that new system that saves on your bills and for thousands less than the regular price.

3) Something about your home or installation prohibits it from being a good fit for that “special” system, or that special system is out of inventory. You instead are given an estimate for a system thousands more than you have budgeted.

Instead of going through that process to call someone you can trust, we recommend cutting out the frustration. With Homesense, you’ll get a gimmick free process. We’ll present the facts of your situation as they are. You’ll get repair costs and number of different replacement options. We’ll describe the benefits of each option, the estimated operating costs, and the warranty differences among the new system options. No pressure, no editorializing about what we think you should do. Transparency and honesty from the outset. Doesn’t that sound refreshing?

If you’re in a situation where you don’t know what steps to take, give us a call (317.670.0171), email (brian@trusthomesense.com), or tweet (@TrustHomesense), we’d be happy to help.

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Brian Schutt

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is the co-owner of Homesense Heating | Cooling. Born and raised in Indianapolis, he loves the city and its people, and is committed to bringing a servants mindset into the heating and cooling industry. One of the ways he does that is to translate the technical language of HVAC into the manageable and understandable for homeowners.

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