Fujitsu quote too good to be true?
I got a quote for a Fujitsu 9RLS3 for C$3150 (approx US$2400). While I’d love to get this deal, I’m thinking he made a mistake. The one other quote I got was 57% higher. This latest quote comes from a company that normally deals with Lennox, but said they could get and would quote any brand I wanted. So I’m thinking maybe he only got the materials cost of the outdoor unit, since he’s unfamiliar with the product. The quote has contradictory info, because it says it’s for a Fujitsu AOU9RLS3, which is the part number for the outdoor unit, but in the text it says the quote includes both indoor and outdoor (and heated pan, which doesn’t make sense with this model).
On the one hand, if I question him on it, it’s just inviting him to raise the price. On the other hand, if it turns out he did miss pricing the indoor part then it’s not like they’re just going to eat the difference, so it will be a debate over the final price once the mistake is discovered.
So I guess my question is, is there ANY possible way this is a real price? Is there any where for them to make a profit at US$2400 for this job? Prices (both parts and labour) are usually higher here than in the US, not the other way around.
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