There are many HVAC installers out there. This can make finding a good one a challenge, but there are a few tips from Great Dane Heating and Air Conditioning that can help you. Here are tips for finding a professional HVAC installer.
1. Make A List- What you want to do is make a list of 3 to 5 professional HVAC installers. You want to contact each one and take a look at their website and find out if they are licensed, bonded and/or insured. The best installer will be properly licensed and they will carry insurance. Never hire an installer that does not have insurance or if they do not hold a license because if something goes wrong, then this can create an issue and you could be out of a lot of money.
2. Experience Matters- Also, you want to choose the professional that has the most experience, which doesn’t necessarily mean how many years they have been in the business for. Years doesn’t always translate to experience because there’s a difference between an HVAC installer who has installed many systems over the course of a month than an installer who installed a few systems over the course of a few years. A good installer will have no problem telling you how much experience they have, and many companies have their experience mentioned on their website. The more experience an HVAC installer has, the better off you’ll be.
3. Read Reviews- Finally, you want to read reviews about the installers you’re thinking of hiring, but remember there is bound to be a negative review, regardless of how good the company is. If there are more positive reviews than negative ones, then this is fine. You want to find out what past customers have to say about the professionals you’re looking at, as this will give you an idea of what you can expect. Also, check out at least 2-3 different review sites because this will expose you to as many reviews as possible, which will help you make a decision.
As you can see, finding a professional HVAC installer isn’t that hard, but you will want to keep the above tips in mind. If you make a list, compare installers’ experience and read reviews, then you will eventually find the right installer for the job. Just take your time and get a few quotes from companies and then you can decide which one you should hire.