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How do I Choose a Commercial HVAC Services Provider?

How do I Choose a Commercial HVAC Services Provider?

Commercial services aren’t everyone’s specialty, so choose your provider wisely.

Are you looking for an HVAC specialist to provide commercial services for your business? Make sure you opt for the right provider. The best company for the job will have the experience, training, and the tools needed to work on large systems. The truth is a residential HVAC system may not come close to what you’re dealing with on the job.

You can pick the best repair shop for your business needs by asking the following questions:

  • Are you licensed and insured? Charleston-area HVAC service providers may look legit, but you really need to double-check before hiring them on for major work. First, you want to make sure they have the appropriate training to deal with such complicated—and expensive—machinery. Secondly, if a tech does anything to damage your property or cause a problem for others while at your site, you don’t want to be financially liable for it.
  • What experience do you have in providing commercial HVAC services? Residential and commercial HVAC needs are often significantly different from one another. Not only are the sizes of units much different, but so are secondary features, like ventilation. Sometimes, these issues are at the heart of business regulations, so it’s essential to deal with professionals who fully understand your industry needs.
  • Will you provide references? This is a biggie, and it’s one few people ask or check out. The follow-through is important because of the number of lower quality contractors who assume you will just take their word for it. Talk to businesses a company has serviced and ask about their experiences, especially how quickly problems are addressed and how many trips it took to fully resolve them.
  • Do you offer commercial maintenance agreements? Preventive maintenance checks help keep units running at maximum efficiency while avoiding the financial issues involved in surprise breakdowns. Maintenance agreements make scheduling for these visits easy, and they typically include a discount and other fringe benefits.

Schedule commercial services for your heating and cooling equipment online or dial (843) 800-4133 to discuss your needs with a professional.

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