If you don’t know what to look for, hiring an HVAC contractor can be a tough job for any Fayetteville, homeowner. That’s why we’ve compiled a few tips to help you get started so you can be more confident in your choice.
- Learn about requirements — Each state or locality has specific insurance and licensing requirements that every HVAC contractor must meet. Check your local requirements to make sure the contractor is properly licensed.
- Trust your friends — A quick way to find a good contractor is to ask your friends and family about a technician they’ve used. Just be sure that the work they finished was of good quality.
- Ask for references — Get a list of references from any prospective HVAC contractor. Find out whether the work they had done was completed to their satisfaction.
- Ask about experience — If you want to ensure the best possible service, your technician must be highly-skilled in the installation, servicing, and repair of a variety of HVAC systems.
- Search for discounts — Many HVAC contractors offer discounted work for certain types of jobs, depending on the time of year. Either call to ask about the specials or check their website.
- Obtain written estimates — It’s always a good idea to accept bids for a job, and when you do, insist on written estimates that include cost, completion times, details on appliances to be installed, etc.
- No work before written contract — To avoid any problems once work has begun, be sure that you get every detail in writing and ask questions if you need clarification.
- Tell your friends — If you’re happy with the job that a contractor performs, don’t forget to tell people about it. Not only will it help the contractor, but it will simplify your own friends’ search for a contractor.
Bass Air Conditioning Company has been providing service to Fayetteville, NC and surrounding areas since 1952. We have provided reliable and efficient service to residential and commercial customers in our area. Call us today at (910) 672-8885 for information about our solutions to your home comfort needs.
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