When buying a new air conditioner, many outlets and retailers encourage their customers to look at the facts and specifications. This is a great and honest way of trying to sell appliances, because there’s no sales talk involved to cloud the customer’s judgement.
More Than Numbers
The raw numbers should be more than enough to tell them whether the unit is right for their home – if the manufacturers are confident in the product. Nevertheless, there’s something retailers often forget to tell their customers to take into account when thinking about buying an appliance: the brand.
There’s a difference between buying an air conditioner, and buying an air conditioner coming from a company with a name. The reputation helps in establishing a tradition of quality; it tells customers something more about the unit, as well: confidence.
The Confidence to Care
Not putting their name on anything allows them some distance from the product and company, if and when either of those two things fail. This means they can abandon that project, and move onto another one with more success. This sounds like an ideal strategy to make at the start of a career, which means anyone willing to put their name on the line must know they can get the job done whenever they want.
That confidence translates perfectly to the customer, and makes it easier to trust and spread the word about the brand once its quality is established. That confidence doesn’t just affect customers, though; even service people like us put our fate in the quality of the products we promote.
At Conduct Air Conditioning, we source quality products direct from the leading manufacturers. We service all major brands, including Fujitsu ducted air conditioning systems, to residential and commercial clients. Contact us today, and let our teams provide the service you’re looking for.