Door-to-door sales agents can leave you out in the cold
There are many door-to-door sales agents promising great savings on furnaces. These savings may seem hard to believe – and they are. Don’t be fooled. Here are a few of the tricks you should watch out for:
- Sales agents dressing like a technician or representative from another well-established and credible company.
- Implying they represent your current utility.
- Signing you up for a long-term contract at rental rates higher than others, while claiming to be saving you money.
- Telling you your furnace isn’t energy efficient.
BEWARE! READ THE FINE PRINT.
Don’t get trapped in an expensive, long-term contract.
The front door of your home is no place to make an important decision like buying a furnace. This should not be an impulsive decision. The installers may not be qualified, which can result in frequent breakdowns or poor performance. Installing a heating or cooling system properly requires taking the time to get all the technical specifications right. If it’s the wrong furnace or isn’t installed properly, it may not be covered under the manufacturer’s warranty.
Industry leaders and consumer advocates regularly issue warnings about the dangers of dealing with door-to-door heating and cooling sales agents. Don’t be pressured by their scare tactics!
ClimateCare would never employ door-to-door sales representatives. We respect your privacy. If you ever do need us, just call and we’ll be there right away. Call us before you sign a contract that you may regret later.