Your HVAC system is your best friend. It keeps your buildings and homes comfortable no matter what the weather is. However,
because of the HVAC systems’ big built and less than simple constructions, the care of these systems are best left to professionals.
Most HVAC service teams would offer evaluations, but what should you look for in these performance reports?
The devil is in the details when it comes to HVAC system inspection reports. You deserve to know exactly what is going on. A sure
sign of a company who will not pull a quick one on you is that they have a detailed and standardized checklist. These should include
around 10 to 20 common problems usually found in HVAC systems by the time the service is due. When asked, the team who
inspected your system should be able to pinpoint exactly where the problems are.
There should also be a step-by-step option for you, as a client, during the inspection. For example, the firm should ask you if you
would like to be a regular client before signing you on to their packages. They should ask you if you would like to avail of discount
packages. They should also ask you if you would like to have service done right away, or if you would like a waiting time to consider
The Right Team
At first, you might find that you are basing your decision on the right maintenance team purely on reputation. When you account
first-hand experience with a service team, however, remember to consider these things:
* How your HVAC system worked after the service was done
* The work ethics of the team (neatness, punctuality, politeness, correct pricing, etc.)
* How after-maintenance concerns were handled
* How thorough and detailed the diagnosis was prior to the service
A thorough report is important. It keeps you out of the dark, and it helps you assess if the service done was priced correctly.