“…so, you are shopping for cheap ductless system, right?”
Parting with our hard earned savings is not easy; everyone is looking for a deal. When shopping for cheap ductless system, one must remember – it is not something you buy in a store; it has to be properly installed. The key word is – properly! Manufacturers always stressing out importance of building a network of trained contractors, they understand that only a properly installed and maintained ductless system can perform as it has been initially designed.
“If your heating or cooling systems features cutting-edge energy-efficiency design, make sure the company you choose has relevant experience with this particular equipment” suggests Angie’s List Home Advisor
In case you are not willing to accept anything that costs more than a cheap price in your head, even if a contractor offers the best product on the market with the best service, and best reputation, you should probably opt out for a cheap widow air conditioner. If it breaks – just throw it away and get a new one, like a toaster.
There are some people who either can’t afford the product or won’t shell out the money, they are just shopping for cheap ductless system. In this situation they should not to get a ductless system at all. Searching for a best price is important, but the cheap price could mean poor equipment quality, lack of technical support, irresponsive contractor, and after all – waste of your money. Unnecessary repairs during the first five years will add up to the same you would spend on correct installation, but the system will be already “fried” and will not serve 10-15 years as it has been designed.
“A ductless system is a sizeable investment, so the best quality, best service after the installation, and contractor’s reputation plays an important role” says John Hanley, NYC-Metro Regional Manager at Mitsubishi Electric – Cooling & Heating.
Smart homeowners are driven by quality and value. These customers looking for a contractor they can trust, a company that does not cut corners and provides value. They understand that the cheap price is never the best option for themselves, their homes, and their families.