Finding air conditioner coupons or sales during the summer in Indianapolis is difficult. Because of the complexity of A/C installations and how customized solutions can be, HVAC contractors are reluctant to offer any discounts.
Many companies have fluctuating pricing depending on the heat outside, giving homeowners the feeling of “surge pricing”.
At Homesense, our goal is to provide consistent pricing on new air conditioners. We believe happy customers referring friends and neighbors is the best approach to growth, so the last thing we want are bigs swings in prices depending on what day it is.
Usually the thing that initiates the need to look for an air conditioner sale, is a technician coming to your home and recommending replacement. Depending on the age of your A/C and your comfort level with the recommendation, we are seeing many homeowners opt to have a free second opinion.
Homesense provides no-obligation free second opinion estimates to make the process a little less painful. In this appointment, one of our certified HVAC technicians will take an uncorrupted analysis of what is going on with your air conditioner to be sure replacement is the best option.
Some key questions to ask when shopping for a new air conditioner:
In Marion County, it is required that an HVAC contractor be licensed to perform an new air conditioner installation. Only in Marion County. For places like Carmel, Zionsville, Westfield and Fishers, there is no HVAC Licensing requirement, which can lead to very big issues. While it isn’t technically required, we would recommend asking to see if the company is licensed in Marion County.
Like every business, HVAC companies have core competencies. Some are best at making repairs, and have great technicians and systems set up. Some are great at new construction projects. Air conditioning replacement is no different. You can usually tell if they have a specialization if customer reviews mention getting an A/C replacement from a company.
We believe in fair prices no matter what time of year. I’m not against the principles of supply and demand, but when does fair market become price gouging? It frustrates us to see homeowners given quotes 2x to 3x a regular price because your A/C fails on a 95 degree day. Our goal is to provide fail prices all the time, so our clients trust us and refer us.
Homesense helps customers all over Indianapolis, including suburbs like Zionsville, Geist, Fishers, Noblesville and Carmel. We’re in the city too, helping homeowners in Butler-Tarkington, Broad Ripple and Meridian-Kessler. Give us a call at 317-670-0171 – we’re happy to help with any heating and cooling issues.
So, does your Indianapolis home need a new A/C? Homesense helps you determine the best choice for your comfort with down-to-earth advice. Contact us today to schedule a free estimate and learn more about this helpful technology.