You’ve heard of sayings like ‘image is everything’ and ‘you never get a second chance to make a first impression’. Not only do these apply to people but buildings, when you enter them. Ironically, a second, less pronounced stimulus often leaves a larger impression in the moment. Namely, unbearable temperature and air quality can solicit emergency responses such that an HVAC company with 24 hour service is a huge plus for its own business survival.
As an example, consider a home setting around December 25th. With the family are Grandparents, and very young children. The young people may feel it’s too warm while Grandpa wants you to ‘crank it up’. As a result, the thermostat ranges from 65ºF to 77ºF, swinging back and forth to the point the heating system eventually stalls…right at midnight. Who’re they going to call? Only HVAC services with 24 hour service.
Then there’s the commercial advantage. What if a trade organization wanted to hold a special convention at an arena, promptly at 8 am with (suddenly) a glitch in the main air conditioner? Instead of disappointing, say, the 5000 devoted participants who took off work or skipped class to attend, they could tap a round-the-clock service provider to ‘save the day’. All done before the other guys even begin with business hours.
Contractors, entrepreneurs, and real estate agents are other groups who find relief though the work of such an HVAC service provider. Envision a construction firm performing rehab work for a real estate agent. The firm is on schedule, aiming to finish installing a furnace by week’s end. While in the process, it discovers it has the wrong type of duct material, too inferior to the point it cannot be used as a substitute. The firm does not fret, though, for it has a rapport with the local HVAC service provider with anytime service. One phone call and 45 minutes later, their problem is being addressed towards a solution.
In a different sense, offering 24 hour service can give a firm an advantage when the competition is backed-up with clients. How? Well, given the eight to nine-hour window for a typical service business day, 24 hour service providers could conceivably offer limited-time, 24 hour service at a standard rate. This way, by not paying at a premium rate for service, notably more customers may be drawn to the full-day hour flexibility.