I hate winter, always have and probably always will. It is a time of the year when people spend their home time huddled over a heater or wrapped up in a blanket. Winter is depressing; a season for skiers, not the average person. So with the chills of the day nipping at every extremity on my body, I braved the elements and went out to buy a furnace. Prior to heading out of my relatively warm home, I checked a Luxaire furnace review on the internet and read about the pros and cons of having a Luxaire product in my home. The advantages outweighed the disadvantages, so with a credit card secure in my packet, I joined the thousands at my local home center. I wandered from display to display and would sometimes stop and read some heat and air reviews. By the time I had finished reading and viewing every model on the market, I was convinced that what I had read in the Luxaire furnace review was, in fact, true. These furnaces were what the reviews said, state-of-the-art. Even the other heat and air review I had read confirmed that Luxaire was one of the best.
I walked to the counter and pointed to a furnace I had being considering for the past hour, “That furnace,” I said, “is there any discount or is that the retail price?” A young salesperson with a pleasant smile nodded and told me the price was what I had read on the tag. “Any chance of a discount?” I asked. His smiled never faded as he shook that same young head. Remembering the Luxaire furnace review I had read, I pointed and said, “I’ll take that one,” His face beamed as he pulled out the order form from below the counter. I wrote out my address and the time I hoped it could be delivered. He took the order, beckoned me to a cashier’s counter and moved away. Again, I remembered the heat and air review and knew I had not made a mistake.