Three Questions To Ask A Potential HVAC Service

Written by Home Depot Shingles. Posted in Furnace repair, Lower your utility bill, Plumbing services

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Are you looking for plumbing, air conditioning, or heating services for your home or commercial property? If so, you aren’t alone. Thousands of Americans every day are in need of a plumber or hvac service whether it be unexpectedly or for routine maintenance. If you find that you need air conditioning, plumbing, heating services, or maybe just a bit of installation advice from a professional here are a few questions you’ll want to ask:
1. How High Efficiency Can Help You - One piece of information that you will want to be sure and ask any hvac or plumbing service is how the new or updated part they are installing will allow your home to be more efficient. For instance, if you are having a new, high-efficiency, air conditioner installed, you ought to know that it could allow you to reduce your energy use by up to 50%. Talk about lowering your utility bills! Another perk you will receive if you choose to purchase a high efficiency product is that your utility company may give you some sort of rebate for doing so. Ask your utility provider about available rebates and you may be surprised at what you find out!
2. How Old Is Your Current System - Another key question to ask a contractor from an air conditioning or heating services company is how old your current system is. Sure, you may know this from when you purchased your home, but it is an incredibly easy piece of information to forget. The good news for you is that appliances like furnaces and tankless water heaters have quite a long lifespan. Furnaces usually last anywhere from 15-18 years, where tankless water heaters usually last more than 20. If you are concerned about the age and longevity of your current furnace, call a heating services company and have them come take a look. You may find that all the furnace really needs is just some routine maintenance.
3. Regular Maintenance Contracts - Speaking of maintenance, don’t forget to ask the company you are working with on your heat, air, and plumbing issues about their regularly scheduled maintenance. Often times what you will find is that if a company installs a new appliance for you, they will come back and check on that appliance regularly without much of a charge to you at all. If you own a large commercial property you can understand the importance of signing a maintenance contract with a heating services or air conditioning company. You can focus on running your business and let the folks most knowledgeable about your appliance be the ones taking care of it.
Whether you need a whole new plumbing system installed at your newly purchased commercial property or just a simple fan replacement in your air conditioning unit, you want to be able to trust the company you choose. Ask potential companies about their high efficiency products and how they could lower your bills, if they are available to come take a look at your current system to assess it, and if they offer regular maintenance contracts. Doing this will take the stress out of the process and allow you to get the repair or replacement you need quickly. What’s not to love about that?

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