Nearly every day, homeowners fall prey to dishonest HVAC companies.

These contractors will:

• Offer a low price inspection but try to sell you unnecessary and expensive repairs.

• Use scare tactics, such as the threat of mold, to sell more services or extended warranties.

• Promote free service calls, then overcharge you for repairs. 

For Sean McCutcheon and his entire team: Enough Is Enough!

We’re tired of predatory companies targeting our community. That’s why we’re exposing their tactics!

When you’re A/C breaks and the whole family is miserable, it’s easy to make a quick decision on an advertised discount, free service or huge rebate. If it sounds too good to be true, it normally is.

To expose these deceptive practices, we’ve created a series of educational – yet entertaining – short videos on a variety of A/C related scams ranging from bait & switch to even duct cleaning.

Our hope is to educate you on the darker side of A/C, share how to avoid getting taken advantage of and give you the tools you need to make an informed decision.


Revealing Deceptive Practices - What We Want You To Learn

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Shopping for best price or online only when looking for a new air conditioning unit.

Today most of us shop on the internet – it’s quick, easy, and usually cheaper than any store. However, sometimes attempting to save a few bucks can cost you plenty down the road.

The same is true for air conditioning. HVAC is expensive and it’s tempting to try and look online for a good deal. However, without the advice of a knowledgeable HVAC specialist, you may get a lower price for the equipment, but experience major consequences in the long-run with inefficient performance and replacement costs.

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HVAC Companies that offer to buy your old equipment or give you a huge discount in exchange for your old equipment

Don’t trust anyone contacting you out of the blue with an unbelievable offer for your existing, old unit and thousands off a new one. Reputable companies don’t go around promising free services or massive discounts. After all, they’re in business to make a profit. When someone makes you an unbelievable offer, you should maintain a healthy suspicion.

Be cautious of big discounts or phony offers that come out of the blue… if the offer sounds too good, it probably is. Always get at least two quotes before you buy.

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