Supplying the local commercial businesses and residential homes of Greater Las Vegas, Nevada, with full service HVAC system contracting services, Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning are the leading experts in the field. We are completely licensed, certified, and insured to deliver fast, affordable, efficient, and professional quality workmanship. Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning technicians are fully equipped with their expertise, training and the use of high-end equipment, tools, supplies, and equipment exclusive to licensed professionals to ensure premium results. Continuing to raise the bar on moral standards and work ethics, apply family-friendly customer service, and maximum efforts on all services rendered, you will come to rely on Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning for all of your HVAC system needs as so many local businesses and residents of the Las Vegas, NV Valley do.
Checklist for Choosing a Reputable Heating & Cooling Contractor
Finding the important attributes of a trade serviceman in any industry can be a difficult task, and in this day, it would seem work ethics and moral standards are a thing of the past and too many people are out hustling, taking advantage of people in a bind and not performing the commissioned task adequately. Unfortunately that even applies to HVAC system contracting. Where Air Supply Heating and Air Conditioning is old fashioned in the way that executing maximum efforts in all areas of customer service, HVAC knowledge and application, as well as being affordable, honest, and so much more, we also understand that people are wary when hiring a reputable HVAC system contractors. Below you will find a list of the important attributes to consider when hiring an HVAC System Contractor.
1. From state to state, credentials vary. Licensing, certifications, and insurance are all requirements that should be investigated by every consumer. Know what the minimum policies are for the credentials and make sure the potential candidate is current and up to par with the necessities. Ensure the candidate also knows what kind of HVAC system is in your home or business, the models of the appliances, and the issues at hand to make certain the HVAC system contractor understands the needs of your system.
2. Just as your employer asks for referrals to check in on your work habits, professionalism, and overall character, you have the right to do the same. Ask the candidate for referrals and references and check on their professional performance. Call the referrals and ask about the services they provided, any hidden fees they didn’t disclose, and all the general questions regarding their experience.
3. Find the special offers and incentives when it comes time to buying heaters and air conditioners. HVAC system contractors often have some info, but you can find your own as well, starting with www.energystar.com
4. Home evaluations and inspections are needed when installing or replacing the primary components of the HVAC system, especially if your home is new and starting from scratch. It is not a one size fits all situation and contractors will do the mathematical equation to determine your needs and make sure any current installations are fully operational.
5. Compare the written proposals from the potential candidates. Request an itemized estimate, along with calculated savings with energy star to make sure you are making the right choice. Just because a unit is cheaper doesn’t mean the annual operating costs are.
6. After you select a proposal from the candidate, have the contract printed in writing along with the all the specific pricing, model numbers, scheduling, warranty information, and all other pertinent information to protect yourself.
7. When you find the right contractor, spread the word! HVAC system contractor’s appreciate referrals! Encourage family and friends to switch to energy efficient products.