Has anyone ever looked into starting an air filter replacement program for your clients? I have been looking into a .com where filters can be sold wholesale and shipped to customers door. Has anyone else looked into this or started a program I could take a look at?
Are talking about starting this, or linking to an existing .com?
Im looking into both right now. I have looked into some options both ways. More wondering if anyone els is doing it and if its even worth the time and evergy.
My brother subscribes to some sticky filter service. Since I fall in the camp of buying the cheapest filters, I would never do this myself, so I could not recommend it to a client.
Shouldn’t be something not looked into, but based on my own experience, most all my “great” ideas were;
- Way before their time for my idea to comprehend.
- Have already been thought of and in progress
- Fell on deaf ears for lack of interest.
Not to discourage your adventure Brian, but if you feel that it’s a viable commodity, go for it.
If I remember correctly, NACHI attempted something like this many years ago.
Yup… back in 2008…
You mean like this? I have used them for years. They have all my filter data saved…click and go.
That’s what I was unsure of with the OP’s question. Recommending something like this, or starting your own .com and doing the same…
I just refer this website during conversation if it comes up. I like it because they will send them on a schedule which will prompt you to change the associated filter when it arrives at your home.
They cost a touch more. But by the time I drive to Home Depot and spend the required $200 every time I enter the store, I save money in the end.
Is this a company you can partner with?
I have no idea, sorry.
Who, exactly, requires you to spend $200.00 every time? Does your wife know about this?
My inner Tim Allen from “Tool Time”
In the past 16 Months I’ve been to Home depot 33 times and spent an average of $237.84 per trip according to a download of data from my Home Depot Credit card a minute ago.
Man, Brian was pretty accurate on that.
My wife knows about my Home Depot trips, but she doesn’t know that I also go to Lowes.
So you’re two-timing HD.
Holy shmoly man! We need to do an intervention for you.
Milwaukee needs to stop inventing a new tool every couple weeks.