6 Things to Look for in Choosing a HVAC Contractor | Moore Heating

6 Things to Look for in Choosing a HVAC Contractor

A great HVAC contractor will keep you family warm all winter

When the sub-zero temperatures invade Alaska, we all look forward to putting our feet up and relaxing in our warm, cozy homes. But what if your furnace is heading toward the great white light? How do you know when it’s time to replace a furnace, or whether you should continue paying for maintenance and repairs? More importantly, who do you trust when navigating these decisions?

Moore Heating and Air Conditioning is your trusted source for all your HVAC needs and can help you make the best decisions for your home or business.  We’ve been serving the Anchorage area for over 30 years and your comfort is our mission! Our friendly professionals are on call 24/7, every day of the year, so your family remains safe and comfortable.

Need to call in the experts? Contact our professional team today.

Our Handy HVAC Contractor Checklist

  1. Licensing and Experience

 Your HVAC system is probably the most expensive appliance in your home. You want assurance that whoever works on it has appropriate training, correct permits and specialty licensing for the work being done. Always check to make sure they have the proper municipal license required to work within the Anchorage area. You can verify our licensing here.

  1. References and Referrals

When you’re seeking an HVAC contractor, ask your friends, neighbors or co-workers for references. Were jobs completed on time and within the budget? Did the company perform? clean installations and respect the homeowner’s property? Did the company test the system after it was installed to ensure maximum efficiency?

Run potential contractors past the Better Business Bureau to see if any complaints are registered, and if so, what kind. Ask local trade organizations for names of their members in your area, or consult online services such as the Air Conditioning Contractors of America. Moore Heating and Air Conditioning is a member of the Better Business Bureau, which means you can check our references here.

  1. Thoroughness and Troubleshooting

Regular maintenance and expert troubleshooting can prevent breakdown and postpone replacement. Scheduling routine maintenance is often your best bet to reduce heating costs and keep your family safe and comfortable. Moore Heating and Air Conditioning offers a 21- Point Checklist so you can trust your equipment has been thoroughly evaluated. Moore Heating and Air Conditioning also offers its customers a 15/5 Preventative Maintenance Program to help provide annual maintenance and the added benefits of priority service and special discounting.

  1. Home Evaluation and Efficiency

If you’re ready to have an HVAC system installed, potential contractors should conduct a thorough home evaluation to determine the best heating and cooling solution. Though your square footage is an important starting point, a professional contractor will not base his recommendation solely on square footage.

A contractor will make recommendations that also factor in variables such as insulation efficiency and heating and cooling loads. He will also account for various home penetrations and portals such as windows, doors and utility entrances and take advantage of existing infrastructure such as ductwork, base board units or in-floor heating.  An excellent contractor will not only evaluate your dwelling areas but also inspect crawl spaces below and attic spaces above that may have impact on your new heaters efficiency.

  1. Rebates and Special Offers

An HVAC system is a major expense, so shop around for rebates on energy-efficient equipment, or ask your dealer about specials. The team at Moore Heating is proud to offer 0% financing for 12 months. We are happy to assist you when you are looking for a new unit for your home or office.

As a Lennox Premier Dealer, we not only offer incentives and special promotions through Lennox to help you choose the most efficient system available, but we also offer you the best installation service for your new unit. If you purchase an energy-efficient product or renewable energy system for your home, you may also be eligible for a federal tax credit! Talk to our team to find out more.

  1. Quality Guarantees

 Our quality guarantee states that if you, the homeowner, are at any point unsatisfied with the workmanship of our service or installation, we will send someone back out to make sure it is done correctly and to the standards of our customer and our company. Moore Heating understands our customers’ concerns when choosing a new HVAC system, and wants to assure them that they are buying an excellent product from a reputable company that will stand by their work.

Need expert HVAC services in Anchorage? Contact us today.