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Homeowners tend to do extensive research when installing a new heating or cooling system. However, a lot of this research is misdirected because it is focused on the equipment itself and not so much on the technician that is going to complete the repairs. While the equipment is highly important regarding energy efficiency ratings and other financial benefits they will reap from the new system, it will be completely useless if not correctly and efficiently installed.
HVAC installers are expected to uphold a certain standard and follow instructions recommended by the manufacturer but many make mistakes that lead to reduced efficiency and can lead to a shortened system life.
It is important to look for someone who has an established and trusted brand, has a good standing NATE certification and is licensed and insured. References are also a good place to look as they can attest to longstanding high performance. Also important to note is that a good company will offer and honor a warranty.

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