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HVAC Repair Bucks County PA

Bucks County residents are experiencing the same fluctuation in temperatures as the rest of the nation.  From freezing temperatures to cold rainy days we are really giving our heating systems a run for their money.  The question is whom do we turn to for our HVAC needs this winter?

From furnace repair, heating system installation, to HVAC maintenance here are some helpful tips to choose the best HVAC specialist in the Bucks County, PA area.

Look for these essential qualities before making your choice.

1) Company has a good reputation

It pays to seek out contractor with consistently good reviews. Check out potential contractors on the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website. The BBB is good third party that rates businesses on an A+ to F scale.

2) Contractor surveys your home, then estimates cost.

A contractor should always come out to your place to survey your home (this includes checking your air ducts for leaks) before they make any definite estimations. Anyone who tries to give you estimations over the phone before checking your home might be trying to give you a low estimation over the phone and then raise the price when they come to your home.

3) They will not discourage you from buying higher efficiency equipment.

Contractors who don’t stay up to date with the latest HVAC technology might discourage you from buying higher efficiency equipment because they don’t know how to install it. A quality contractor will always be able to install the latest energy efficient models and can explain to you how much money those models can save you.

HVAC Philly currently works with the following brands:

Aaon, Air Temp, American Standard, Bryant, Carrier, ClimateMaster, Comfort-Aire, Cool Air, Daikin, Fedders, Florida Heat Pump, Fujitsu, Friedrich, Goodman, Ice Air, Icecap, Islandaire, LG, Lennox, Luxaire, McQuay, Mitsubishi, Rheem, RUUD, Skil aire, Skymark, Totaline, Trane, Unitary, United Cool Air, York

4) Contractor is properly certified and licensed.

An HVAC company should be willing and able to provide licensing and certification information upon request.  This way you know you are hiring someone who is knowledgable, efficient, and qualified to provide your Bucks County home with the proper HVAC needs and repairs.

Contact HVAC Philly today online or at 215-725-6111 for questions or to schedule your estimate.

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