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Choosing the Right HVAC Contractor Just because a HVAC contractor is well-liked doesn’t mean they are the perfect choice for your facility. You have to do some homework and learn about their reputation in the market before signing an agreement. Besides, there are so many HVAC contractors nowadays, and you’ll want to find the best in terms of work quality and cash savings. The following tips should help you in your search: Experience It’s nice to have someone who has been around for a minimum of five years. After all, the industry is very competitive, and only the best can survive. Remember, however, that even if experience is important, it still isn’t everything. There are many bright new talents out there! Be suspicious of anyone who says they’ve been “doing things this way for decades” – the air conditioning business is continuously changing.
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Your HVAC contractor must be licensed by the Contractors State License Board. Unfortunately, a lot of them claim to be licensed, but are actually not. There’s so much at stake! A licensed HVAC contractor is licensed to work with gas lines and electrical and plumbing applications, and these jobs should be performed only by properly licensed professionals. Imagine hiring someone who leaves your gas line open or recklessly disposes of refrigerant. The risks are big. Written Bid Your HVAC contractor should give you an estimate or bid in written form. Some people may give a “verbal contract.” While this is accepted in certain states as a legal, binding contract, it will be difficult to prove in court. Reputable HVAC contractors always give clients a written bid for them to adhere to. Also, be careful with HVAC contractors that try to give you a quote over the phone. There are just too many factors to consider – ducting, insulation, registers per room, etc. – that a technician will not be able to see without personally inspection. If somebody gives you an estimate for a job they haven’t personally checked out, be suspicious. Online Reviews As well, be doubtful of a “small local business” with a whole lot of reviews. Listen to what your gut says. Some contractors do give people a discount if they write them a five-star review. Select your favorite review site and research to heart’s content! Cost HVAC equipment is no water pipe or coat of paint. It is a machine composed of moving parts that will (hopefully) last for 10 or 15 years, depending on a lot of factors, such as how it is installed. What must you do? Get a number of bids, and again, pay attention to your gut. It is always better in the long run to hire the well-reputed contractor up front, even if they are a bit more costly.