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Research and Markets: Global HVAC Equipment Industry 2015-2020: Trend, Forecast, and Opportunity Analysis



Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/3kvq63/global_hvac) has announced the addition of the "Global HVAC Equipment Industry 2015-2020: Trend, Forecast, and Opportunity Analysis" report to their offering.

The global HVAC equipment industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% from 2015 to 2020.

The major drivers of this market click here are increasing construction spending, rising disposable income, and renovation of existing building activities. Changing lifestyles, new technology in equipment, and growing urbanization are expected to impact the market dynamics. Asia Pacific (APAC) has been the top region in terms of HVAC demand due to the low penetration rate, continuous growth in residential and commercial construction activities in China and India, and the rise in consumer spending on luxury goods.

This report provides an analysis of the global HVAC equipment industry, including the market trends, growth opportunities, key drivers, and emerging trends in the market.

Daikin Industries, Ltd., Gree Electric Appliances Inc. of Zhuhai, GD Midea, United Technologies Corporation, and Ingersoll Rand PLC hvac website are some of the major players of the global HVAC equipment industry.

The study also includes the forecast for the global HVAC equipment industry through 2020 by value ($ Million) and volume (Million Pounds).



The industry's segment breakdown by region, application, and product are as follows:

By click here application

- Residential

- Commercial

By product type

- Furnace

- Heat Pump

- Central AC

- Room AC

- Others





Key Topics Covered:

1. Executive Summary

2. HVAC Equipment Industry Background and Classifications

3. Industry Trend and Forecast Analysis

4. Financial (Cost Structure, Profitability, Debt, and Assets) Analysis

5. Competitive Landscape and Growth Opportunities click here Analysis

6. Industry Strategic Assessment

7. Company Profiles of Leading Players

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Sector: Automotive, HVAC



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05 Dec 2015


There is nothing more frustrating than not having a HVAC unit not working when it is hot or cold outside. If it is something simple like changing the filter or making sure that nothing is restricting the airflow you could fix it yourself. It is it a major problem you will need to hire an HVAC contractor to take care of the problem. If this is the first time that you have had to hire a HVAC contractor there are hvac several things that you should know before signing the contract.



When talking to contractors beware of any deals that they offer you that sound too good to click here be true because it probably is. Yes, HVAC companies do offer seasonal specials and other deals throughout the year but if the contractor offers or advertises service calls much cheaper than others beware. You may also want to avoid contractors that offer free service calls because most reputable companies will at least charge you a fee for coming to the house even if the company offers a free estimate. The companies that offer free or cheaper service calls may add those charges in other replacement or repair fees.



Repairs and replacement of your HVAC units can be expensive so it is only natural that you click here want to save money but you should be aware of estimates that are very low. Hiring a HVAC repair technician that gives you a very low estimate could be doing work that is not according the specs of the manufacture or cutting corners on the replacement parts so do not automatically sign a contract because of a very low bid.





When talking to a possible HVAC repair technician make sure that you ask they how long they have been in business. If you are looking at their website that information should be on there somewhere. Every year one out of every five HVAC companies fails so you should look for someone who has been in business at least five years because most likely they have weathered the difficulties of the economy.

You should also make sure that the contractor you are hiring is licensed and insured. You should also ask for references so you can check to see what others have to say hvac about their work both positive and negatively. Make sure that you call several of the references. You can also check with the Better Business Bureau to see if they are registered and if there are any complaints against them. Do your research before signing any HVAC contract to help ensure that you will have the work done correctly.



Author's Bio:

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