We wished to share the outcomes of the most recent research from Emerson Climate Technologies on the purchasing practices of those that did and did not buy new air conditioning or heating equipment in 2015. The data is presented in an outstanding way to make the findings appropriate to both consumers in addition to HVAC companies. With regard to the latter, it ought to prove useful to find out why consumers buy what they buy, and why they decide not to buy.
They collected data from three groups, people that did purchase heating and cooling equipment, individuals that didn’t, and those that ought to or need to purchase. The results were collected via an online survey.
The most essential reasons for consumers in selecting residential HVAC equipment were the next in this specific order of importance. The first was wanting to be sure the new equipment will certainly last for quite a long time without the need for being replaced. The next factor was performance costs. The third reason was feeling assured the equipment would produce the sought after air temperature. And the fourth reason was the cost of the purchase.
The least important motives were having the ability to wirelessly keep track of the HVAC adjustments. Next, was ensuring that the equipment could remove smells from the air. The next was being able to receive automatic service notices from the system. Then, minimizing the effect to the environment. And lastly, being sure the system will not create any drafts of hot or cold air.
To learn more from the report, look it over here.