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Frequently asked questions

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  1. The legitimacy of the contractor. Our consumer protection page on this site can help you make that decision.
  2. Experience of the contractor, and even more important the experience of the installers that will do your work.
  3. Is the contractor focused on what they do, or are they doing any type of work just to make a buck. (Jack of all trades master of none)

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Don't be fooled into one brand name of equipment being superior to other brands of equipment. The reality is, if one brand is far superior to all others, that manufacture would sell all the HVAC products.
All HVAC equipment is essentially the same components in a different tin box, manufactures warranties are very comparable.  

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Not necessarily more efficient does not mean better or more reliable. High efficiency Heating or Air Conditioning equipment normally has more moving breakable parts, this is not a major concern as long as the equipment is under warranty, but eventually the warranty goes away and everything mechanical eventually breaks. The less moving parts the less repairs in the future.

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If it is serious damage the mistake would be covered by the contractors liability insurance. If it is minor damage, the restitution can normally be worked out between the homeowner and the contractor. The negotiation process will probably be quite smooth if the contractor has not been pre-paid. In any business transaction whoever has the money has the control. Do not pay until the job is finished.

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 Your home and property should be left as clean if not cleaner then when they arrived, all material and garbage should be taken away.

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Annually. Have A/C serviced in spring before you need it. Have Heater serviced in fall before you need it. If you have your equipment serviced during mild weather normally the cost is lower.

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If you have Heating only twice a year. If you have Heating and Air Conditioning you should every three months.

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Yes there are several different solutions that can make changing your filters a simple task. The easier it is to do the more often you will do it.

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Yes. You get what you pay for.

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Yes. There are several remedies for a noisy system.