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Questions to Ask a Furnace Cleaning and Repair Contractor

Safeguard against inexperienced and dishonest furnace contractors by checking to see if they have good Better Business Bureau ratings and reading consumer review websites. Once you get down to interviewing contractors and taking bids, ask the following questions.

  • Are you certified?
    HVAC contractors should have a license to work in your state. Also find out whether the contractor is N.A.T.E.-certified, and belongs to associations.

  • How will you charge me?
    Some contractors charge higher prices at different hours or more for the first hour than subsequent hours. Others charge a flat rate. Find out exactly how you will be charged and whether equipment, taxes, and hidden fees will figure into the price.

  • How long have you been in business?
    When it comes to having your house heat and cool properly, invest in someone with enough experience to understand the intricacies. Even if the company itself is new, the contractor should have gone through a long apprenticeship or prior employment.

  • Do you have a specialization?
    Some contractors generally work on commercial and industrial furnaces while others focus on residential care. Certain contractors will specialize in gas or electric systems. If you heat and cool your home with a boiler, pump furnace, or oil furnace, you may wish to find a contractor who specializes in these lesser-used systems.

  • Do you offer service repair warranties?
    Not all companies offer warranties for each part they repair. This isn't much of a problem if you are just having a dryer duct or vent cleaned or a filter changed. But if the contractor is providing a deep clean (such as humidifier cleaning), doing complicated duct repair, or having to replace and install new parts, secure at least a one-year warranty and if you are having a completely new gas or electric furnace installed, try to get at a ten-year warranty or more.
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    Engineers who design HVAC systems understand the mechanics involved in creating a particular system for a particular space. Then, heating and air units are installed by contractors. These workers may own independent small businesses. They may help home owners with small jobs such as dryer installations and duct work cleaning. Larger repair and installation companies may market to owners of residential houses, or industrial entities.

    Home service often involves furnace or boiler evaluation, checking for gas leaks, and finding replacement parts. Contractors may recommend new systems to replace old equipment or change filters to keep older furnaces running smoothly. They often clean parts and duct work for the consumer. They may explain the benefits and differences between gas, oil, and electric models.

    Large buildings may employ a full time person who is responsible for maintaining a commercial system. Their job is to make sure that problems are quickly repaired. They may keep a stock of additional parts. Often these maintenance workers are employed by owners of very large buildings such as skyscrapers and high rise apartments. They may also work for large industrial companies.

    Humidifiers, heat pumps, and air conditioning units have changed the standard of life that many people have come to expect globally. Along with these comforts have come energy concerns that have been and are being addressed by governments, businesses, and those in the industry. Consumers are offered incentives for choosing energy efficient products. Air circulation and venting, along with temperature control, are import parts of day to day life in contemporary society.