Updated August 16, 2018
Increased prices for metals like steel and aluminum are beginning to impact the cost of air conditioning equipment. Recently imposed tariffs – which are essentially taxes collected on foreign imports, like steel and aluminum – are causing manufacturing costs in several industries, including HVACR (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration), to climb. The natural effect of rising costs is higher prices – which in the end affects how much you pay for the final product.
What does this mean for you as a consumer?
The prices of air conditioners from many leading manufacturers are already rising. If you purchase a new air conditioner in the near future, the price you pay will be around 5-7% higher than you would have paid before the tariffs were effected. This could translate to over an extra $500 – which most of us would agree is no small number. Especially when it’s coming out of your pocket.
But this doesn’t have to happen to you. Here’s why…
We’ll help you lock in pre-tariff prices on a new Trane air conditioner.
Before metal prices began to spike and the inevitable price increases by HVAC manufacturers were still rumors, we decided to take action. We wanted to give as many people in our local area as possible a last chance to buy air conditioners at their pre-tariff prices.
So, we met with our Trane distributor and locked in a bulk purchase. In doing so, we were able to score a volume discount on Trane products at their previous (lower) prices.
We’re passing these savings on to you. Not only will you dodge the 5-7% price increase, but we’re also offering an exclusive $250 instant rebate on these Trane air conditioners. This could result in a total savings of over $750 on your air conditioner purchase.
Buying an air conditioner now will shield you from the impact of tariffs on HVAC products for the expected lifespan of your new system. Meaning, at least 10-12 years. Plus, you’ll reap the rewards (like lower electric bills and fewer breakdowns) that come with a new, energy efficient HVAC system from Trane – America’s Most Reliable and recognizable name in air conditioning.
50 41 units available. Act now!
You’ll need to act soon, while supplies last. We started with 50 Trane units and now have only 41 units available at the pre-tariff prices. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!