When my wife told me that she made arrangements to have a new HVAC plan installed, I was stunned! I simply asked her to be there for the HVAC tune-up, not to go for a new HVAC plan which we didn’t have the cash for! I’m blissful I wasn’t out of town or anything or the new HVAC plan would have been installed for sure and I would have been faced with the replacement bill.
- I ended up calling the HVAC company and asked them what they were trying to do.
It seemed to me that some HVAC expert smooth talked my wife into thinking it was good to go for a new HVAC plan even though our HVAC was only 8 years old. I knew that we could get another 7 years out of the HVAC at least and to me it would have been a massive waste of cash, and sure, some of the smooth talkers will try to get you with the whole thing about how new HVAC systems are more energy efficient. Sure, I get that, then but the thing is, when my HVAC plan is finally done, I will have a HVAC plan updatement that’s far more energy efficient! So I figure it’s still best to let your HVAC go for at least 15 years or until it dies. Of course, if you want it to keep running for a long time, you have to make sure to take excellent care of your HVAC system, however make sure to get respected HVAC maintenance and everything, anyway, I was able to cancel the replacement appointment with the HVAC company, even though they gave me a difficult time!