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8 Tips for Hiring a Commercial HVAC Contractor

To maintain the health of your building’s air conditioning and heating system is no trivial matter and it shouldn’t be left to chance. Systems that are properly maintained not only ensure comfort for building inhabitants but also reduce downtime and lowers costs.

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  1. Do your homework

For contractors in your state, find out the bonding, license, and insurance requirements. It is important to know the specifics of your system as well as the maintenance history, before you call a contractor. This will ensure that the contractor understands your cooling and heating needs better.

  1. Ask for referrals

If you have colleagues from building or facility management, ask them for recommendations. You do not want to land up with a company that does not have adequate expertise, and hence it will be of benefit to reap from their experiences.

  1. Ask for references

If there are contractors that you have shortlisted, you can ask them for customer references you can contact. If the company is reputed in maintaining heating and air conditioning, they will have a list of their past customers. Customers who have previously hired services will best be able to tell you how the company fared.

  1. Get a written estimate

Your system should be thoroughly analyzed by the contractor to best understand your needs. Then you should be given an estimate in writing. Mostly, contractors do not charge for providing an estimate.

  1. Find out about system expertise and experience

The contractors you hire must have experience ranging from working with everything, from stream-driven boilers to newer energy efficient systems.

Our technicians have been trained to handle the latest technologies as well as traditional systems to ensure a satisfied client.

  1. Understand maintenance service contracts

Ensure that you understand the inclusions of the service contract if you plan to hire a company to perform routine maintenance.

The maintenance services should typically include predictive and preventative maintenance, on-site restoration, and rebuild of your equipment, besides repair and replacement. At Adrian HVAC, we aim to reduce your costs of maintenance while improving the reliability and comfort of your systems.

We even have a team of engineers who can help minimize disruption, expense, and downtime, while still handling you a design solution customized for you.

  1. Ask about guarantees

The maintenance service provided by the company must guarantee to you quality service, reduced maintenance costs, and improved environment. We ensure that the system meets all the local governments requirements, that address pressurized and purged enclosures for electrical appliances and equipment.

  1. Get a second option

Most companies tend to make money by replacing the systems than repairing them. Hence second opinions are necessary before replacing the system. We at Adrian HVAC however try to refurbish you system to solve the problem without added expenses.

With these tips in mind, you are sure to hire a commercial HVAC contractor that ensure that your system is maintained and in good condition without the additional hassles and expenses.

 

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