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Can't Find a Trusted HVAC Company Near You?

Looking for a good HVAC company near you can be intimidating at best. But have faith. Follow these simple steps and you will have a very good chance of finding the right HVAC contractor for your home.

Before you hire anyone, do your research and ask questions. This will ensure that your HVAC issue doesn’t turn into an HVAC disaster.

Research is Your Friend

Go online and search Google for HVAC companies near you and visit their websites. Check what areas they serve and what services they offer. Do they guarantee their work? Do they offer flat rates?

Have they received good reviews from their customers? It’s important to note, however, that customer reviews can sometimes be deceiving. Some dishonest companies will pay for good reviews.

Check the Contractors Board in your state to see if they have a license. Are they also bonded and insured? Ask your neighbors and friends if they know of a quality HVAC company in the area.

Ask Questions

Choose at least three to five possible contenders. Call them up and ask a bunch of questions. This is not the time to be shy. If the contractor seems bothered and reluctant to answer your questions, move on to the next name on your list. A reputable HVAC contractor will always be glad to answer questions and provide references. So, ask away:

  • What services do you currently offer?
  • What areas do you work in?
  • Do you offer 24/7 emergency service?
  • What brands do you carry?
  • Do you offer flat rates?
  • Do you have a warranty and how long is it?
  • Ask them if they are licensed by the state, (even if you found them on the Contractors Board, asking will show that you are a savvy consumer).
  • Check Better Business Bureau for any customer complaints.
  • If a contractor gives you a quote over the phone, be wary if the quote is very low. The lowest bidder is not always the best contractor.
  • Ask for references and follow through. A reputable HVAC contractor can and will provide references. Call the references and ask how the job went.
  • Make sure that the work to be done is in writing and every single detail is itemized.
  • Ask around. Your friends, neighbors, and colleagues might be able to provide you with a great reference.

A Home Inspection is Necessary

A quality HVAC contractor will want to visit you for a preliminary home inspection before the job starts. They will check your HVAC system and evaluate the issue. They will measure your space and check your insulation and ductwork in order to provide you with the best service possible.

This initial inspection allows the contractor to know what course of action to take and what type of equipment to bring to the job. A high-quality contractor will take the time to conduct a thorough home inspection before starting the job. If they don’t, move on.

Instincts Are Important

Trust your instincts if you notice any red flags. Doing your research, and following your instinct are both important when selecting a good HVAC company near you.

A trustworthy HVAC contractor will want you to know the scope of the job they are proposing to do in your home.

After you’ve done the research, asked the questions and listened to your instinct, call Dutch Enterprises in Jackson, MO for a phone consultation. They will be more than happy to offer you solutions and suggestions that will meet your you expectations.

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