The Unique Concerns about Contractor Repairs in Your Home
Most of us would think twice about letting a stranger into our homes to fiddle with our significant investments and tamper with the quality of our comfort and indoor air. But that’s what homeowners face when they don’t know who to call for repairs or service on their current heating and cooling system or when it’s time for upgrades to a new system.
The reasons for the calls may be different, but the need that crosses all is the same: residential contractors must be reputable, ethical and trustworthy.
For heating and air conditioning equipment in particular, these systems represent a sizeable part of your home investment. Plus, the efficiency of their operation affects how much you shell out for energy bills each month. You want them fixed right and installed right – with assurance that they’re running well, and a phone number to call if you have even the least bit of trouble after the contractor leaves the home.
That’s not too much to ask, is it?
What’s even more important with heating equipment is how a faulty system can start leaking very dangerous carbon monoxide into your home. This odorless, colorless, tasteless gas can prove deadly. Ductwork, venting, filtration and other components can compromise indoor air quality as well. So this is serious work indeed.
Remember, reputable businesses don’t go door-to-door offering special deals involving leftover supplies and super-cheap prices. Instead, they come to your home by set appointment, present estimates upfront and guarantee their work. Also, businesses should be listed in the local telephone directory and should be easy to contact.
If you’re one of our customers, we appreciate your trust. Just let us know when we can be of help. If you’re new to us, we’re here for you too. Whatever the problem you may be experiencing, if anything goes wrong with your system, we’re here to help. Let us hear from you.