If you need to replace your HVAC system, it can be intimidating to go through the process. Who should you call? What are the costs? There is a lot you need to understand. This article from HomeKeepr provides good information to help you navigate through the process if you find yourself having to replace your HVAC system. Check out the article and contact me if I can help in any way. Tim Houterloot - Broker/Realtor 317-997-0165 cell email@example.com Source: HomeKeepr | Repost Houterloot 5/27/2021 - There’s nothing like the feeling of a rush of cool air from your air conditioning system, but what happens when that cool air turns lukewarm, or worse, won’t kick on at all? It may be time to get that ailing HVAC system replaced. Talking to an HVAC professional about an air conditioning replacement can be intimidating. There’s a lot to know, and it’s probably not going to be cheap. But considering that a typical air conditioning unit lasts 10 to 15 years, what you invest today will help pay for itself in the longer term. That being said, it’s still important to know what to ask and the pitfalls to watch for. Always Ask About Licensing and Insurance
Before you so much as let someone start to quote your HVAC job, ask about their licensing and insurance status. Not only will this save you a ton of time by weeding out anyone who isn’t actually a practicing professional, you’ll avoid issues that can arise if, for example, your HVAC is installed without a permit, or there’s a jobsite accident without proper coverage. HVAC installers should always be licensed according to your state and local guidelines. Read the full article...
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