Some HVAC installation tips

Life as a heating and air conditioning technician can be challenging, but rewarding.

  • I often run into people who know absolutely nothing about HVAC.

Other times, I run into people that researched a few things on the internet and think they know everything there is to know about heating and air conditioning and ventilation. Still others are surprisingly knowledgeable. My HVAC company sells quality products from top brands. We do have one very important policy. We only work on heating and air conditioning systems that customers have bought from us. Though this may seem like a scheme to make more money, it’s actually quite beneficial to customers. Let me explain. When you buy your heating and air conditioning system from the company that maintains it, you are sure to get a unit that is the right size for your home and tailored to meet your specific needs. Also, the warranty is guaranteed. It gets a little tricky to call out an HVAC repairman to work on a newly installed HVAC system that was put in by someone else, because the people who put the warranty on the product may consider a different HVAC technician’s work as “tampering” which would void the warranty. That’s why my business decided not to work on any HVAC system that they didn’t install. Often, customers lose the warranty on their HVAC unit because of the aforementioned issues and then blame that HVAC company that worked on the unit. If you are looking for an affordable and quality HVAC system consult an HVAC service provider instead of purchasing the HVAC unit directly from the manufacturer. It’s cheaper and you’ll be happy that you did.


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