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Choosing the Right A/C Contractor

Choosing the right Air conditioning contractor for the job may not often be as easy as we all would like it to be, in fact, many homeowners who buy new high-efficiency heating and cooling equipment don’t get what they pay for. Utility bill savings are often minimal, and comfort and unhealthy air problems can worsen. Researchers state this is due to improper sizing, pre-existing duct problems, and poor installation practices. This is almost entirely due to contractor ignorance or a fast sale.
Homeowners rely on contractors, but very few of them are even aware of what they don’t know about comfort system performance. And even more sadly, we find that many contractors simply don’t care. Many just want to sell you a new metal box, hook it up, get it running, and move on. Needless to say, the most important part of the customers buying process is to select a licensed state certified HVAC contractor with high efficiency equipment training and experience in- duct work, balanced air flow, static pressures, and most importantly proficient in Heat Load Calculations.
The EPA states: “Contractors who have participated in advanced training on diagnostic and installation practices will be able to install better-performing systems that save money and produce less air pollution than many who do not.”

3 Responses
  1. My brother recently purchased a used home with his wife. He has noticed the air conditioning isn’t cooling the upstairs portion of the house, and he wants to have a professional take a look. I didn’t realize HVAC contractors are able to increase efficiency of the home by selecting the right unit to install and balancing air flow. I’ll be sure to let my brother know about these additional benefits.

  2. A contractor that has the highly efficient equipment, as well as the proper training and experience to get the job done, would be useful. Someone who knows how to work on your type of HVAC could give you the chance to ensure the job is done correctly. When you hire your HVAC contractor, you’d probably want to meet them beforehand to ensure they have the correct knowledge and tools to get the job done and avoid further problems or complications.

  3. I love what you said about how the most important part of choosing an HVAC contractor is selecting someone who is certified and has the proper equipment. I’ve heard, too, that it’s important to talk with past clients of the company to make sure that they had a good experience. I’ll be sure to keep this great information in mind as I do my best to choose a reliable and trusty HVAC company to come fix some things up with my AC system.

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