Maintaining your company’s heating and cooling system is no easy task, but choosing the right commercial services provider can greatly relieve your workload and give you peace of mind. The right contractor will be able to save your company money on monthly expenses and keep your systems in top working condition.
Referrals: The most accurate representation of a HVAC contractor’s work ethic and reliability will come from their past work. While interviewing contractors, ask them to provide you referrals from a minimum of three recent jobs. You can also spend a little time online reading customer reviews.
Experience: Commercial heating and air conditioning maintenance requires a unique set of skills. Because of this, it is important to choose a contractor who hires technicians with plenty of experience managing commercial HVAC systems.
Licenses: Before working with commercial heating and cooling systems, your state most likely requires technicians to have a specific license. Research what is required in your state and ask for proof of licensure from every contractor your consider hiring.
Insurance: In the unfortunate case that something goes wrong during a job, you will want any contractor you hire to carry general liability insurance. Insurance will protect your from the expense of damages to your property or medical expenses if one of their employees is injured during a job.
Availability: If something goes wrong with your heating and cooling unit, you need your unit repaired as soon as possible so you can get back to doing business as usual. Because of this, we recommend hiring a contractor who is available for 24/7 emergency repairs.
The team at Jerry’s Heating and Air Conditioning is highly experienced in working with commercial heating and cooling systems. To learn more about the convenient commercial services we offer, contact us by calling 843.655.7470 or click here.