Looking for an HVAC provider

When my family moved to a new location, it took us a while to settle in.

It was necessary to enroll the kids in school and change over our driver’s licenses, credit cards and bank account.

Along with setting up our furniture and unpacking, we had to figure out where to take our cars for service, the nearest grocery store and find a family dentist and doctor. One of my priorities was choosing an HVAC contractor. Moving to an area with drastic weather extremes makes the furnace and air conditioner very important. I knew that temperature control would account for a big part of the household energy usage and expenses. I was hoping to enroll in a maintenance plan that would ensure proper upkeep of the heating and cooling system. I was looking for some perks such as priority scheduling and a discount on replacement parts and labor. I read customer reviews and searched for a fully insured and licensed company that provides 24/7 emergency service without added fees. It was essential to me that the HVAC provider be a member in good standing with the Better Business Bureau and factory authorized. I wanted only NATE-certified technicians to work on my furnace and air conditioner. I found a company in the area that is very highly rated. They are family owned and operated, offer free estimates and stand behind every job completion with 100% satisfaction guarantee. I gave them a call and scheduled an inspection for the furnace, air conditioner and ductwork. The technician showed up right on time, dressed in uniform and wore booties over his shoes to prevent tracking on my rug.

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