Are you building a new business location? Has your Commercial HVAC in Minneapolis gone on the fritz? Do you need someone to come out and check your heating or air conditioning before you turn them on at the beginning of the season? Where do you find resources for Commercial Heating in Minnesota?
The first place to look for a good HVAC company is to ask friends, family and business associates. They are the best resources since they will give you the most honest answers about what they liked and disliked about their experiences with HVAC companies. If you don’t have any friends, family or business associates who have experience with HVAC companies, the next step is to go to the phone book and make calls while armed with questions to ask.
How long has the company been in business? Do they handle commercial HVAC installation or repair? Are they fully insured? Are they licensed? Do the technicians have special training in working on heating systems? Do they handle your make and model of heating system? Are they willing to come out and give you a guaranteed estimate? Do they belong to any business organizations? How soon can they make an appointment to fix or install your heating system? If getting a new system, how long will it take to install and will they be able to work with your general contractor to get things installed in the proper order?
Once you’ve narrowed down your choices to one, it’s time to make the appointment. Expect the technicians to arrive on time and ready to work. They should be polite and business-like. They should have all the tools and parts needed for your particular job. If they are installing a new system, they may not have all the parts for the whole system at their disposal, just the parts they will need for that day’s work.. If they are fixing an old system, they should have all the parts they need at their disposal.
It is always good to have a reputable HVAC company come out and check your system at the beginning of the season. This saves on repairs later and establishes a relationship with an HVAC company for future use.