The HVAC contractor you plan to hire is as important, and in some cases more so, than the actual HVAC equipment you buy.
The investment in HVAC equipment for your home is significant, which is why a good contractor is helpful. A good HVAC contractor can help you assess the right equipment for your home and ensure you know what will be involved when it comes time to install it as well as how to best maintain it for optimum life span.
It’s helpful for you to know the make and model of your current system as well as it’s history of maintenance. This is vital information for the contractor to understand your HVAC needs.
Once you do find a contractor and you’ve shared the history of your current system, you’ll want to make sure you share with the contractor any additional information that could be relevant such as whether or not all of the rooms in the house are maintaining comfortable temperatures.
Posted by Nick Venturella