Need HVAC-System Service? Make Sure Your Technician's Licensed And Insured
As any astute homeowner knows, having a home requires due diligence to maintain your HVAC system, no matter how complex or simple it is. Annual HVAC-system service is highly recommended — and necessary — to ensure optimal performance and safety.
When scheduling your annual HVAC-system service, make sure you’ve properly assessed your service provider’s professional qualifications. There are standards, both professional and legal, that should be met. Even if your fourth cousin insists he knows all about HVAC systems, you could be opening an expensive can of worms if he isn’t insured and licensed. In central Indiana, Mother Nature can be a harsh mistress; you don’t want to be left out in the cold, or in the heat.
Fortunately, with the Internet, opportunities to check on a company’s qualifications, professional organizational associations and even their record with the public are readily available. With sites like Angie’s List and others, public feedback for a company’s performance can be easily and promptly evaluated. You can find out if an HVAC service provider’s customers across town or across the state are pleased or displeased with their experience.
When an HVAC service company is licensed, you know that it has been fully recognized as meeting government standards. That company has taken the prudent, necessary steps to make sure their technicians are properly trained and have the required job skills.
When a contractor is insured, you can rest assured that your property and family are protected. Should anything go wrong as a result of the company’s performance, you’re covered. Insurance policies aren’t cheap. But if an HVAC service provider values its customers’ safety and comfort, and acknowledges the company’s moral responsibility, it will be eager to ensure customers’ safety and provide peace of mind.
For more professional advice, or if you have any questions concerning HVAC-related issues, please feel free to contact us at Summers Plumbing, Heating & Cooling.