I can answer most fundamental questions about Air Conditioning and how it works. I can give advice on different services in the DFW area, as well as lend some advice as to pricing systems along with solid opinions as to quality equipment versus sub-standard equipment. I can help educate consumers with regards as to what to look for in a service company, as well as steps they can & should take when considering repairing vs replacing their A/C equipment.
I was the Sr. Sales Technician for one of the most well-established HVAC (residential) companies in DFW for over 5 years. I then became the Dallas Team Leader for another well-established DFW company based out of Ft. Worth. Became the Sales Manager for an area A/C business most recently.
I have written content for several area HVAC (residential) businesses with respect to their Sales Policy manuals. I personally wrote the Sales Training Manual for a well-established DFW area HVAC company.
BS Univ of NM 1985
Million Dollar Sales Club; 2009, 2010, 2010, 2011, 2012
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Hi Christina, Yours is a great question. You're right, I don't have a crystal ball--but I do know one thing.... your old Trane system has been well worth whatever you paid for it, and while it has been
Ernie, Two things that are primary to consider when purchasing a new system: #1-The contractor that is installing the unit. #2-The unit itself. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of the
Hi, Allow me to make a recommendation. If I were you, I would have a local indoor air quality company come to my home and actually measure the air quality FIRST. There are a couple of local companies
Rob, Great question. The answer is "yes" ... a variable speed air handler will work with a single stage condensing unit. Basically, the condenser will deliver a certain amount of air to the a/h unit
Hi Renee, More important than the actual brand is the contractor who actually installs the system. There are several factors to consider: *How does this contractor rate with services like the BBB
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