We get it… replacing your AC might not seem like “fun” at first. But it can be!😄
If you’ve been living with a noisy, rusty and often-broken AC system, getting your new one installed might be more fun than you think.
Here are 4 pleasant surprises our customers tell us about:
That “New Car Feeling”
Remember the last time you rode in a brand new car? Remember how cool it looked? All the new features? That new car smell?
Well, you won’t have much luck sniffing your new A/C system, but it sure does qualify in other areas!
New Trane systems have all the modern features and gadgets that your old one didn’t. Plus, they just look cooler! Just compare these two side by side and you’ll see what we mean:
It Sounds Like a Tesla
Have you ever stood next to a Tesla when it’s running?
What do you hear?
If you’ve been nursing your old AC unit for a few years, you’re probably used to the racket. And by “racket”, we mean noise.
You’ll notice that as soon as the new AC system gets turned on, you’ll be stunned by how much quieter it is… kind of like the Tesla of AC units.
Your backyard conversations won’t sound like yelling matches anymore, so be careful what you say!😆
Energy Bill Savings
There isn’t anything better for “buyers remorse” than getting your first lower-than-normal energy bill after having a new AC system installed.
It’s kind of like when the waiter comps your appetizer and the bill is less than you were expecting.
What will you do with the extra money? That’s up to you!
More Affordable Than You Might Think
Many of our customers wind up getting special financing for a new AC system through a Wells Fargo home improvement credit card. Click here to find out more.
Our favorite feature of the Wells Fargo program is that you may be able to take up to a year to pay back your AC system before incurring any interest charges if it’s paid off after a year.
That financial flexibility makes paying for a new AC system easier than you might think. Plus, you don’t have to tie up your regular credit card or use all your cash at once when getting a new system.