by Matt Keating

While understanding how far down the priority list heating and air conditioning is within a national emergency, the team at Homesense Heating and Cooling have been taking their essential role very seriously.

“Since before any restrictions went in place, our team was practicing all recommended safety protocols by wearing gloves, masks, and employing appropriate distance,” said Brian Schutt, Homesense co-owner.

As clients across Central Indiana have been spending increased time in their homes, Homesense has continued to serve homeowners with A/C tune-ups, repairs, and HVAC replacements.

One particular area of concern as warm weather moves in, and financial uncertainty is still prevalent, is their desire not to add increased anxiety for homeowners who need to replace their air conditioners.

“At the heart of Homesense is the desire to operate with integrity,” said Schutt. “While we know many people will have A/C’s that need to be replaced this summer, it felt like there needed to be a creative way to help customers.”

They found it with equipment supplier Daikin, the world’s largest air conditioning company who manufactures equipment in Houston. Daikin, along with some financing partners, have put together a program where customers will pay nothing for an entire year. The “Daikin Stimulus,” is meant to add some extra peace of mind in what could be an uncomfortable next few months.

“While we know this is a small financial reprieve in comparison to the anxiety many people are feeling, we hope it can help those in need of a new air conditioner feel a little less stressed,” Schutt concluded.

While still offering the at-home estimates, Homesense has built a virtual estimating form that allows clients to receive a free replacement estimate while limiting in-person contact.

For questions about the Daikin Stimulus, on-site or virtual estimates, contact Homesense today at 317-868-1038.