There are 5 Inferior Product Factors that best describe the issues that result from the wrong choice of inferior products - they are Efficiency, Lifespan, Breakage, Replacements and Running Costs!
Efficiency describes how well a product will perform. Lifespan describes how long a product will last. Breakage describes how often a product will fail. Replacements describe the ‘consumables’ – sub-products that keep the main product going, like ink in printer ink cartridges. Running Costs describes the wallet impact of the product on a day-to-day basis.
How do the 5 Product Selection Factors affect you duct purchase?
- Inferior Efficiency means your ducting under-performs.
- Inferior Lifespan means your ducting wears out quicker.
- Inferior Breakage means your ducting breaks down when you most need it.
- Redundant Replacements means your ducting needs constant repair or premature replacement.
- Reckless Running Costs means cheap ducting now, but power bill pain, due to underperforming ducting that make the air conditioner work overtime.
1. Buy The Best PerformerAvoid inferior ducting materials, construction and quality standards
2. Pick Longer-Life DuctsSelect ducting with a Long-Life Warranty, with labour included
3. Escape Potential BreakagesAvoid tradesmen callout charges and choose ducting that is proven to break down less
4. Relegate Redundant ReplacementsAvoid any risk and choose ducting that is guaranteed not to need premature replacement
5. Reduce Reckless Running Costs
To save power, choose ducting based on which has the best thermal rating - ‘R’ Rating - not which ducting is visually the thickest.