Serving Beaverton, Oregon
Providing the highest quality heating and air condition repairs, service and installation to Beaverton Oregon and the following areas, Aloha, Forest Grove, Banks,Hillsboro, Tualitan, Beavercreek, Cedar Mill, Raleigh Hills, Garden Home,West Linn,West Slope, Dunthorpe, Portland,Tigard, Durham, Multnomah, County, Washington County, King City, Sherwood, Lake Oswego, Newberg, and Oregon City.
Full Residential Service:
It doesn’t matter what part of the country you’re in, staying warm during the winter and cool during the summer is imperative. An HVAC contractor is an important part of your seasonal indoor comfort. HVAC stands for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning. An HVAC contractor is responsible for the installation and maintenance of heating, cooling, and ventilation systems in homes and buildings. Selecting the correct Beaverton HVAC contractor for the job is as vital to your equipment’s operation as the equipment you choose.
It should be a simple task to find a good Beaverton HVAC contractor. Unfortunately most people don’t know what to look for when searching for a good contractor to install or service their heating and cooling equipment and that can make finding the right person for the job difficult. Whether you need repairs or a new heating or air conditioning system installed, its important to find an HVAC contractor you can trust to provide quality work and reliable service.
If you’re looking for a new installation or upgrade of an older system, a qualified Beaverton HVAC contractor needs to make a visual inspection of the site or existing system. If any contractor attempts to give you an estimate over the phone without first checking out your project or investigating a problem in person you should avoid doing business with them. They may be less interested in getting the job done right than they are in getting your money.
An HVAC contractor will calculate he square footage of your structure, and go through a thorough checklist to determine the heat-load. He can then provide you with a written quote outlining the cost of parts, equipment and labor. If you need a new system, a qualified Beaverton HVAC contractor can often provide you with a selection of systems to suit your situation. Most companies will also offer you a financing plan along with an extended warranty.
A Beaverton HVAC contractor should ask a detailed set of questions and do a complete examination of your system if you are having problems. He should then be able to give you some practical solutions. Often it’s a matter of an existing unit not properly sized for the structure and a qualified Beaverton HVAC contractor can recommend new or additional equipment that will meet your home or business needs. In the long run this can prove to be less expensive and more energy efficient.
Any contractor should also carry workers comp and be bonded to protect you and your home from any damages.
Check to see that any Beaverton HVAC contractor you consider has a listed business address and telephone number. An HVAC contractor with an actual business location is most likely to have a reputable company. Reputable companies should readily provide any necessary contact information. If the contractor doesn’t have a physical business address or adequate contact information you have no way of being sure they will be around should you need to have under warranty repairs done on the equipment.
Find out what type of equipment a Beaverton HVAC contractor uses to test your heating system and how they detect potential levels of carbon monoxide to verify the safety of your home or business. How do they handle the recovery of refrigerants to make sure they are properly disposed of and don’t contaminate the air? A qualified HVAC contractor will have an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) license to handle refrigerants.
Keep in mind that you don’t have to accept the first estimate you get. You should talk with several HVAC contractors to get a number of quotes that you can compare. If you have doubts about any company continue your search until you find one that meets your needs and that you feel comfortable working with. Don’t simply accept the lowest bid because it seems like the cheapest offer. Ask the contractor to explain how he arrived at his estimate. Don’t cut corners when it comes to equipment and installation, yet look for the bid that will give you the best deal for your money.
You’ll want to choose a qualified Beaverton HVAC contractor to install, upgrade or repair your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. A qualified contractor will behave in a professional manner. They will be on time for appointments, or if they have an emergency they will call to let you know. Their offices and trucks should represent the level of their business.
Remember that you don’t want the cheapest bid. You want the best bid and that’s one where you will get quality equipment and service at the best price. Your home or business’s heating and cooling system is a big investment and you need to make sure that any Beaverton HVAC contractor you decide to work with will be there to back up that investment.