For some reason, when I write about heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), I always go back to the vehicle analogy. I believe most of us who purchase a new vehicle are interested in a worry-free and dependable driving experience. Nobody wants to deal with repairs, breakdowns, and dealing with dealers about who will pay to fix the problem. The same applies when purchasing a replacement furnace, AC, or heat pump system. I know that an HVAC system is not a shiny object on four wheels that you look good driving– it sits in a closet and outside on a pad. But that new HVAC system delivers the home comfort and safety your family deserves. When your home comfort system works–we don’t think twice about it. It’s when it stops working, breaks down, and your home suddenly loses that desired temperature that we tend to unfold.
The good news is that you have a choice. When purchasing your HVAC equipment, you can significantly prevent a disruption in your homes comfort and decrease your chances for unexpected repair bills. When purchasing and installing a new furnace, air conditioner, boiler, ductless heating and cooling system, or heat pump system, here are two important factors you need to know:
Choosing the right HVAC contractor
Again, you have a choice when hiring an HVAC contractor. Looking for a contractor who will be there after the sale is an important added value. Many go with “The Flow” because they have delivered peace of mind since 1951!
The Federal Trade Commission’s website offers a tip for hiring a contractor: check with your friends and co-workers, and check out a contractor’s online reputation at sites your can trust.
So if these items matter to you when purchasing a product, service, and HVAC contractor:
- The reputation of HVAC contractor
- Consumer top-rated brands of HVAC equipment
- Risk-free 100% satisfaction guarantee
- 10-year craftsmanship guarantee
- Peace of mind since 1951
Then you too should go with “The Flow!” Call M.E. Flow today, covering all of Northern Virginia and a portion of West Virginia too! We have office locations in Leesburg, Alexandria, and Winchester. We can have a professional home comfort advisor help you select the right home comfort system, answer all your questions, and get your new system in the family budget!