Four things to look for when you’re hiring an HVAC pro!

Now more than ever, there is a lot of competition among professionals! The internet enables consumers to browse through dozens of websites that swear their services are the best. But how do you really know you’re getting your money’s worth when you seek out an HVAC professional? 

Here are four things to look for when you’re hiring an HVAC pro! 

Licensing 

When a stranger is installing or updating the equipment in your home, it’s important to ensure that they have all the proper licensing. 

In Washington, after an HVAC professional receives their certificate from an accredited school, they’ll then need to get their state license. Don’t be shy about asking a potential HVAC vendor about their licenses and accreditation before they begin working on your house! 

Longevity

Keep an eye out for HVAC companies that are well-established. When you see companies / contractors with plenty of experience and good online reviews, that’s a good sign you’ve found a respectable business.

Warranties and guarantees

Every HVAC company stocks and services equipment with warranties / guarantees. An excellent HVAC pro will know your equipment inside and out. They’ll know what warranties and guarantees are available to you, and they’ll be able to answer any questions you have about the life of your equipment. 

Ancillary services

The HVAC system in your house is affected by other factors as well. For example, your central heating and air conditioning unit naturally relies on your electrical system as well. Therefore, it might be beneficial to look for an HVAC company that also services your electrical system.

Need a professional to give your HVAC system (or ancillary systems) a check up? Taylor Heating and Air serves Tacoma, Puyallup, and the greater South Sound region. Give us a call today – we’d love to help you ensure that your system is in perfect working order! 

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