Whether you are a commercial property owner or a facilities manager, choosing a contractor that can provide high-quality heating and air conditioning services is one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make. But with so many local HVAC companies looking to earn your business, it can be overwhelming to find the right one for your needs. So how can you tell if a contractor is a good fit? Here’s what you should consider when making your evaluations.
This is a must-have for any contractor you’re looking to work with and should be verified before signing an agreement. That’s because licenses tend to expire. You’ll want to make sure the contractor’s licensing is up-to-date, which is an indication of their adherence to current standards.
Duration of Inspection
A typical commercial HVAC inspection takes at least an hour to complete. This is to make sure that the entire system, including its internal components, are in good working order. However, if you notice that a contractor inspects your HVAC system a little too fast, there’s a chance that they may have overlooked some problems that could become big issues down the road. Your contractor should review the inspection findings with you so you can better understand potential problems and how you can properly correct them.
Response to Your HVAC Concerns
You know a contractor is a good fit for your needs if they are able to ask you questions about your HVAC system’s performance and any problems you may have encountered with it. This shows their willingness to keep your equipment in good working condition throughout its life. It also provides a better basis for assessing maintenance that your HVAC system might require in the future.
A/C and Refrigeration provides a wide variety of commercial HVAC services, from heating and air conditioning installations and repairs to regular maintenance. Call us now at (602) 488-7161 or fill out our contact form for an estimate.