Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning
HVAC services are a must-have in Florida. While gorgeous, the heat can rise to dangerous temperatures which makes it all more important to have a quality, reliable air conditioning unit. At Bruno Air Conditioning, we provide Florida with the most trusted brands in the business. We carry prestigious products from company’s such as Trane, Rheem, Mitsubishi Electrics, and more! Is it time for your system to be upgraded or replaced?
4 Things to Look for in a HVAC Contractor
There are lots of experienced HAVC technicians in the market. However, you have to be choosy when it comes to which contractor you choose to work with. An inexperienced contractor can mess your unit and invalidate your warranty. They could also get hurt in the process and bring up complicated insurance issues. Whether you want a new unit installed or an old system to be refitted where are the things to look for in a technician.
- Licensing and Experience. Make sure that the technical is licensed by the state’s regulatory bodies. Most technicians have to work a specified number of years before the state can authorize them. Also, make sure that they have an insurance cover. If you take up a technician with no cover, you might automatically absorb his insurance risk in the event of an incident. At the very least a license is a confirmation that the technician has undergone basic training and is capable of performing the work at hand.
- Proper Valuation. An experienced contractor should be able to give you rough estimates on the overall cost of installation or repair. They should be able to have a rough idea of how the unit will work, where it should be fitted and how the wiring should be done. Once they’ve given you the estimates they should provide itemized lists. In it, they should include warranties, energy efficiency, and alternative parts of buy. Make sure the unit is the best the price can offer and that lower prices don’t equate to poor quality.
- References and Referrals. An experienced contractor has a last of clients that he or she has worked with. Make sure they can avail to you this list. You should then make a call to a few of these former clients and get their feedback. Make sure you sample well do that you get a complete picture of how the contract performs his or her work. You can also check online for reviews, compliments, and complaints. The best source of accurate information is the Better Business Bureau which provides the kind of complaint brought up against the said contractor.
- Efficiency. You need to ask how soon the contractor will finish the job. You also have to check the quality of work done. Let the technician guide you on the necessary materials to buy and the best energy unit in the market. As much as possible purchase certified HVAC unit and parts. There are many different types of HVAC units in the market. Therefore it is critical for you to find a technician who is well versed in your particular kind of unit. That’s because we possess an in-depth knowledge of the market.