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Aug 03, 2014
posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.
How to Guide Your Customers in Selecting a Packaged Heating and Cooling Systems
What your customers need to know about package unit heating and cooling systems.
People like the familiar and the known. This is especially true when it comes to heating and cooling products. Even if you can show them on paper that a packaged system makes more sense for a customer’s home, they may still want the split system that they know and love. But don’t give up so easily! Here are some basic benefits you can use to guide your customers in their heating and cooling selection when they’re on the fence about whether or not to buy a packaged system.
Talk About Space
Packaged heating and cooling systems are self-contained, and are usually located outside. Because they are self-contained, they take up less space, and therefore have more flexible installation locations.
Talk About Energy & Cost Savings
When it comes to energy efficiency, package units are designed to use less energy and increase efficiency. This translates to money savings for your customers when they start seeing their energy bills.
Do your customers want cost-effective heating and cooling systems? Package units are the way to go. Installation is less expensive than central air conditioning because it doesn’t require duct installation.
Talk About Flexibility & Power
Flexibility is another benefit. Central air conditioning generally cools the whole house, whereas package units can be used specific to an area or room. Multiple units make them even more efficient.
If you’re finding your customers are hesitant when it comes to packaged heating and cooling systems, it’s easy to point out the many benefits. Be sure to make the information clear and concise so they don’t leave scratching their head.
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