Ventilation Flim Flam
So you thought you would find the answer to your problem on the internet.
You know next to nothing and you’re hoping someone will enlighten you, the neighbour says this, your inlaw says that, and the lady at the pet shop says something else. Something isn’t quite right but where can you go to find out?
The number of professional online specialists are almost non existent and the number of faceless promoters using ventilation to sell you insulation, are ever increasing?
You want this, but you end up with that,…. because you thought, ….whereas in reality you made a decision in a confused state brought about by the ‘flim flam’ man….and it’s all there online.
Online sites are where you will find vague ambiguous claims that suggest one thing but in fact are saying something else, you need to read extremely carefully and even then question.
You enquire online about ventilation, and all of a sudden you’re hijacked into considering insulation…. how?, you may well ask….because you want to believe that they addressing your issue.
One of the better attempts of online flim flam…..
Take Efficiency Matrix, and the like, who sideline the reader from his initial enquiry by changing the narrative, ‘before we answer the question of “Does roof ventilation work?” lets talk about insulation’
The author knows nothing about solving a problem, his aim is to promote his narrative in whatever manner he can to sell you his lack of expertise.
The entity, has no idea about ventilation, and or the pros and cons of ventilation systems, particularly in the home, so you’re not going to get any joy whatsoever, and more likely get confused about finding a solution to your specific situation.
The moment you realize nothing makes sense, you’re getting caught in flim flam….drop it cold and move on as
‘In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is king’ and believe me the ventilation/insulation industry is just that.
When fear is employed in the promotion of products and concepts online it renders the reader impotent particularly as he/she is simply looking for a solution to their specific problem.
When enquiring about a product ask the presenter to outline the pros and cons of the product or solution being proposed. If he/she suggests there are no cons then you’re talking to a salesman and being scammed, or a tradie who knows next to nothing other than how to install.
When you ask, does it work?…. the response is, we’ve sold/ installed hundreds….was your question answered?…No!
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