How to Save Hundreds on Your Furnace Replacement

By: Brian Schutt  |  December 23, 2015

The countdown has begun. Three days till Christmas…9 days till New Year’s…12 days until major manufacturers increase their prices on residential and commercial HVAC equipment.

I know, I know. The first two are awesome, and the last one couldn’t be further from awesome. But there is some good news! I’ll share that in a bit, but first more details on the price increases.

Carrier, Bryant, Payne, and ICP Furnace Brands

UTC Climate, Controls & Security—manufacturer of HVAC products under the Carrier, Bryant, Payne, and ICP brand names—announced they will be raising their wholesale pricing up to five percent.

Lennox Furnace Brands

Additionally, Lennox Industries Inc. announced that it will increase prices 3-4 percent on select residential and commercial equipment, accessories, and parts—due in part to the increased costs of regulatory compliance.

Trane, American Standard, and Ameristar Furnace Brands

And so as not to be left out of the party, Ingersoll Rand Residential HVAC announced an average price increase of 3-4 percent on select residential HVAC equipment for its Trane, American Standard, and Ameristar brands—also due in part to the increased cost of regulatory compliance and finished goods conversion costs.

The Good News About Your Furnace

While we do everything we can to keep your costs low, we’re sure you can also understand our need to respond to these hikes by announcing our own price increases on our HVAC products.

But here’s the good news! We’ll be locking in our current prices until January 15, 2016—weeks after our own costs go up.

So if were on the fence about replacing your current furnace, now’s the time to act! As of today, you’ve got 23 days left!

Save hundreds by giving us a call at 317-670-0171 today to schedule an estimate.

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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