Summary of Consumer HVAC Buying
We desired to share the final results of the newest research from Emerson Climate Technologies on the buying behaviors of those that did and did not acquire new air conditioning or heating equipment in 2015. The data is presented in an excellent method to make the studies pertinent to both consumers and heating and air organizations. Regarding the latter, it should prove beneficial to understand why consumers purchase what they buy, and why they choose not to buy.
They collected data from 3 groups, people that did buy HVAC equipment, those that did not, and those that should or need to purchase. The information was gathered via an online survey.
The most significant reasons for consumers in selecting residential HVAC equipment were the next in this order of significance. The primary reason was wanting to be sure the brand new equipment will survive for a long time without needing to be replaced. The next motive was operating costs. The third reason was feeling confident the equipment would produce the ideal air temperature. And the fourth reason was the cost of the purchase.
The least significant motives were having the capability to wirelessly monitor the HVAC adjustments. Then, was making certain the equipment could remove smells from the air. The next was having the ability to receive automatic service announcements from the system. Then, reducing the impact to the environment. And finally, ensuring the equipment will not generate any drafts of hot or cold air.
To learn more from the report, find out about it here.