Not only did I have to buy a new a/c plan for our home, even though I realized that it was so much more than swiping our debit card and paying for it.
A new a/c plan wasn’t going to install itself.
Unluckyly, I knew nothing about AC systems or the upgrade process, and because of this, I had to hire an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C professional to come out and install the new equipment, which was going to cost myself and others more money. I did some research online and found some reputable companies that offered free upgrade, even though I had to purchase the AC plan from them. I didn’t do this, so the upgrade process would cost myself and others an arm and a leg. The company I bought the new AC plan didn’t offer upgrade at all, which is absolutely why it wasn’t as fancy. I didn’t want to cheap out on the upgrade though, because I needed the AC plan to work for a entirely long time. I read that an AC plan could run for over a decade if they were installed properly, so it was entirely important to have it installed officially. I found a good company online that was willing to install the AC plan for me, and they guaranteed everything would run well for 2 years or they’d come and repair it. If something went horribly wrong, they’d replace the entire AC plan for me. This sounded like a company that was severe about their a/c upgrade process!