When it comes to choosing the right air conditioner installer you can’t afford to make the wrong choice. It appears that the heat in Toronto this summer isn’t going anywhere soon, so if you need air conditioner repair, air conditioner maintenance or an air conditioner installer making the right choice is essential.
You rely on your air conditioner for almost half of each calendar year, which means it works a lot and as a result will need maintenance and eventually to be replaced. When it comes time to replace it how do you know what to look for in a new air conditioner installer?
Finding The Best Air Conditioner Installer
At Novel Care, we know that every air conditioner installer we hire meets our high expectations, it still important for your peace of mind to do your homework. Here are a few things to do prior to calling Novel Care:
- Google air conditioner installers, HVAC companies in Toronto, York Region and the rest of the GTA, and compare them to each other.
- Read review on Google, Facebook, and other forums to find out what type of reputation your prospective companies have.
- Look your favourite companies up on the Better Business Bureau website and read reviews there.
- Talk to your neighbours about your air conditioner installer shortlist and see if they have any opinions about the companies you’ve selected to contact.
- Ask lots of questions when you finally start calling companies. Talk to them about warranties, insurance, bonded employees, years in the industry, and what pricing they can provide on new air conditioners.
- Ask each company for references from past customers. Any company that has a good reputation won’t have a problem allowing you to contact any of their customers.
Whether it’s a ductless air conditioner or a central air conditioner, an air conditioner is a big investment and ensuring yours is professionally installed by a reputable company is important. If it’s not properly installed you might encounter issues that you shouldn’t and it could end up costing you more than you anticipated.