Today's focus is on increasing energy efficiency and decreasing environmental impact in regards to the heating and cooling units. At ACR Energy Systems, Inc., we strive to improve the air quality in the homes of our customers as well as save them money.
This page is for those of you who are unsure of what you want or need in regards to HVAC service, we suggest you follow these tips in order to find the best residential HVAC TECH for the job you need done at your house.
For residents of Oxnard, San Diego, Riverside, Santa Clarita, Indio, Hemet, Orange County, we hope you choose ACR Energy Systems, Inc.!
Educate Yourself on HVAC
Before meeting with any residential HVAC contractors, do some light research on the issue at hand, whether it involves installing a new heating and air system or repairing a damaged one. Also, if you are having a system repaired, know as much about the unit as possible, such as the model and the maintenance history up to this point. The more you know about the work the contractor will be doing, the better chance you have of choosing the best one for the job. Take a look at HVAC terms and definitions to give you more confidence when talking to a residential HVAC technician.
Consider Recommendations, Reviews, and References
Gain insight into the quality of work of the local residential HVAC contractors by considering recommendations, reviews, and references. Recommendations are a great place to start when finding a residential HVAC contractor, but don't base your decision on only one opinion. Online reviews or testimonials can be helpful because you can quickly learn from a broad range of people who got a variety of HVAC work done on their home. Lastly, request customer references so you can an even better idea of how work is done by that contractor.
Ask to See Licenses and Insurance
When selecting a residential HVAC contractor, always ask to see state and local licenses, certifications, as well as, proof of liability and worker's compensation insurance. HVAC licenses and certification requirements vary in several states so check your state's regulations to ensure that your contractor is qualified to be in your home working on your HVAC unit.
Important Factors in Choosing a TECH
First, ask yourself if this residential HVAC TECH will be able to provide all the services and repairs that you may need done in your home over the lifetime of your heating and air conditioning needs. The ideal HVAC TECH is one who will be able to cover the entire range of your HVAC needs with current and future heating and cooling systems.
You will also want a TECH who will: • Provide advice on keeping your energy costs low • Work to have a positive environmental impact • Show you how to properly maintain your unit • Assess any pollutant risks and take preventative measures • Optimize your indoor air quality • Will be available in case of an emergency
You will also want a residential TECH who will provide you with advice on how to keep your energy costs low and still maintain a positive environmental impact. Your residential TECH should be able to assess any pollutant risks and help you take preventative measures. Along with that is the need to optimize your indoor air quality. Proper maintenance of your home’s heating and air conditioning units should also be an important part in considering the best choice of TECH to handle your residential HVAC needs. Of utmost importance to you in choosing a residential TECH is their availability in the case of an HVAC emergency in your home.
Even in the case of an emergency to your residential HVAC units, it is important to consider these additional tips as well. Note whether the TECH arrive on time, finish the project on schedule, stay within the agreed budget, and are pleasant to work with.
If you are in Oxnard, San Diego, Riverside, Santa Clarita, Indio, Hemet, Orange County: Contact ACR Energy Systems, Inc.