Buying new appliances for your house isn’t something to be taken lightly. You are spending thousands of dollars to invest in for your family. At Franklin HVAC, we want to make sure that you are considering everything before making these giant purchases and that is why our pros are here to help make sure you remember to cross your I’s and dot your T’s before making any purchases. As long as you and your family don’t make any of these mistakes when purchasing new appliances, your investment will be well worth it. 

Not Measuring Your Space

The biggest issue our HVAC repair technicians have experienced with families is that they don’t measure their available space before purchasing appliances. Then they get home, have their new appliances delivered, and then they don’t fit. Our techs at Franklin HVAC advise that you know exactly how much room you have to fit a new appliance in space, including enough room to open the door of any new appliance. You should measure the space where the appliance will be placed, any door frames, and hallways that the appliance will have to travel to make it to its final destination. 

Not Doing Your Research

Nowadays, it is easy to get caught up in all of the customer reviews that you can find online. However, this can also overwhelm you with all of the products out their and what other people have to say about them. It can also become extremely overwhelming when you see the plethora of products available to your family. This can keep you from moving forward in the buying process, but if you have a general idea of what your family needs/wants that your current appliance doesn’t offer then you will be able to help the salesperson help you find what you need. Our HVAC repair technicians strongly recommend that you have a general idea of what you are looking for by seeing what’s out there before you consider purchasing anything. 

Being Too Trendy

As technology has advanced so has the features that are present on today’s appliances. This can cause you to make purchases based on the amount of cool and trendy features that an appliance comes with such as live TV present on the door of your refrigerator. Our point behind making this statement is that you need to consider if these cool and trendy features are worth the price of the appliance. Don’t let the fancy commercials and wifi connected camera suck you into spending money way over your budget. Decide if these features are both functional and worth the price of admission. 

Buying brand new appliances can be an exciting time for you and your family unless you don’t cover all your basis before bringing these giant machines home. Our technicians have worked with enough kitchen appliances to know that if you don’t consider these factors before making large appliance purchases, then you are going to be spending unnecessary money on items that don’t provide your family with any benefits.