The best quality doesn't come cheap.
A time tested company service like any of these Columbus AC services or brands undoubtedly provide the best value of our money, and making an informed decision makes us a happy and satisfied customers.
I recently stumbled upon an article on being frugal vs. being cheap. As we all have various definition and can point out different justification with our choice between the two, as for me, my choice depends on every situation.
I can be cheap or frugal depending on my list on what to buy first. Distinguishing the difference between the NEEDS and WANTS always play a major role, and not giving in to the rush and excitement of buying what we want plays a major heart breaker!
"Measuring things in terms of the lowest price cost is what cheap people do, while frugal people measures in terms of its value for the money."
Yes, it's always a good choice to be frugal. But admittedly, I sometimes choose to be cheap to afford to be frugal on my next priority purchase. So, choosing to buy cheap doesn't really affect negatively, but otherwise helps me to be frugal on what we really need for the moment.
It was being cheap for the mean time that allows us to save and be able to spend more on quality items that we need.
It was like being cheap not replacing my now 'lagging' phone and instead use the money to buy a new 'Super Inverter AC' that provides the comfort that we deserve without worrying too much with high electricity bill.
The 'lagging' phone can wait, and I still have the patience to deal with it, and wait for the right time when the needs can be met accordingly to give way of what I want (Oh, I love this mindset!).
Controlling the purchase behavior is tough... it's always been a battle of being frugal or cheap. Holding off a purchase to give us more time to be a well informed buyer, does help.