Commercial and industrial projects that require HVAC contracting services can involve a huge investment, one that requires research before hiring an HVAC contractor. If your air conditioning system needs servicing, replacements, or repairs, there are a few things you should know before hiring an HVAC contractor.
At Avon Lake Sheet Metal, we provide our customers with industrial contracting and HVAC contracting services. Cleveland customer can count on the quality services we provide. We are a full-service HVAC contractor that offers:
- Duct Fabrication and Installation
- HVAC Contracting Services
- HVAC System Service and Repair
- Turn-Key HVAC System Design and Installation
As well, we have worked with our sister company, Northern Refrigeration Systems, for more than 40 years. Our combined capabilities and experience enable us to fulfill any HVAC project with speed and efficiency.
DO: ASK FOR PROOF OF INSURANCE AND BONDING
Without insurance and bonding, you will not be compensated for any items or property that damaged by the company. In addition to asking for insurance proof, you may also verify the documents with the proper licensing officials.
DON’T: HIRE NON-CERTIFIED HVAC PROVIDERS
Any HVAC provider that performs work for you should be properly certified. Non-certified providers can do the work, but lack the certification to back up their skills. To avoid problems, always hire certified providers.
DO: REQUEST AN ESTIMATE
An estimate will give you a clear idea of your project’s cost. When comparing estimates, it’s not necessarily the lowest estimate that equals the best option – although it could be. The quality and track record of the company and its experience handling your type of project successfully are also very important.
DON’T: HIRE A HVAC COMPANY THAT DOES NOT UTILIZE THE BEST EQUIPMENT
Do not be talked out of a purchase by a company that does not carry the brand you want. In fact, if you are set on a certain type of brand, only receive bids from companies that carry it. Otherwise, you will waste both the company’s time and your time.
Many HVAC contractors specialize in selling only one brand of HVAC system, which can have its pros and cons. If you use a reputable contractor, you can rely on the company to have a good knowledge of the products they sell. More often times than not, these contractors have had some training, through the manufacturer, on how to install the system and on how the actual unit operates.
Doing business with our team at Avon Lake Sheet Metal for your HVAC needs can make a significant difference in the experience, service and product you receive.