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Pensacola FL HVAC Website Offers Area Residents Comprehensive Resources to Learn About Home HVAC

05-06-2011 09:09 AM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

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The Pensacola HVAC Guide is now online at If offers area residents a place to learn about heating and cooling systems such as central air conditioner or heat pump split systems and complete packaged systems. Issues such as whether to choose standard efficiency or high efficiency products, or whether to repair or replace an older system are explored.

This information produces a better-educated consumer with the confidence to discuss their heating and cooling needs with contractors, helping them to make better decisions while avoiding being taken advantage of. General articles also inform homeowners about issues such as weather-proofing their homes to lower energy bills, choosing Energy Star windows and equipment, and much more.

For Pensacola consumers looking for a dependable HVAC contractor, the Pensacola HVAC Guide offers reviews of local contractors and gives website visitors the opportunity to request 3 free estimates from local contractors who are certified and have been pre-screened. Motivated and high-quality contractors benefit from the service by competing for more work.

Michael Gilley of Brent, Florida offered this perspective after using the Pensacola HVAC Guide. “I was facing the dilemma of repairing a 12-year old central air conditioning system or replacing it before I ship overseas and leave my wife and kids this summer. The HVAC Guide was invaluable in helping me make the decision – a decision I’m very happy with! I even used the reviews to find a quality company that did a fantastic job!”

Informing consumers about their options provides an important service, according to consumer habits expert Lyle Bigelow. He says, “study after study shows that an uninformed consumer is led into poor buying decisions by contractors and sales people seeking to do their job. The responsibility lies with the consumer to know what they need – and don’t need – and sites like the Pensacola HVAC Guide empower consumers to take control of their purchasing power! Kudos to the site and to all those who put its wisdom into practice!”

Pensacola homeowners looking for reliable resources for educational and buying purposes are encouraged to visit the site at

The HVAC Guides offer comprehensive information about the common HVAC systems used in homes, as well as user reviews of local HVAC contractors.

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