Choosing an AC Professional

As much as half of the energy used in your home goes toward heating and cooling, so when it comes to saving on your utility bills, a great place to start is by looking at ways to reduce energy demand from your heating and cooling system.

In addition to replacing old, inefficient equipment before it fails, Perry provides the following tips, tools and calculators to help you make energy saving solutions.

Choosing an AC Professional

Postby Judy » Wed Apr 06, 2011 10:49 am

Reputable HVAC contractors are not a dime a dozen. Here's what to look for when choosing the right company for you:

1) Your HVAC Contractor should be a leading dealer.
2) Your HVAC Contractor should have a long history of doing business.
3) Your HVAC Contractor should have ample staffing.
4) Your HVAC Contractor should have a formal technician training program.
5) Your HVAC Contractor should be a licensed contractor.
6) Your HVAC Contractor should have a strong track record.
7) Your HVAC Contractor should accommodate your scheduling needs.
8) Your HVAC Contractor should offer prompt service.
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