This is not easy to do.If new A/C equipment is needed, then choosing the right equipment for the application is part of the process as well as duct design and installation parameters. High efficiency equipment is always a good choice; however budget limitations and payback to investment are factors to consider, your budget should also include post installation service and warranty. Be sure to check out the company you choose to install your comfort system, the Arizona Registrar Of Contractors and the Better Business Bureau are two excellent resources for that purpose here in Arizona. Make sure your contractor performs a proper job-site survey prior to start of the work, checking all parameters required for proper installation. Upon completion of the comfort air conditioning system installation, all equipment should be tested and all readings confirmed to be within operational parameters. A commissioning checklist should be filled out with recorded readings, procedures practiced, and system condition to give you the actual system performance and for verification of proper procedures.
Huh is right. I reported this as advertising. What else can it be?
The OP makes no sense at all....I think they were still sleeping when they posted. And then there's the link to their company....
I just got a new A/C installed a few months ago. Not difficult at all if you hire a reputable company.This message has been edited. Last edited by: zone9alady,
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If you look at the link and the profile it's one and the same. Being in HVAC in Houston I find it interesting... Don't know the name.
When I have visited with people here about AC needs I remind them to do their homework... Visit with friends and family. Ask questions because this is a big investment. Several of us here in the past have been able to coach others on the vocabulary and a general overview.
The needs and requirements vary from area to area.
Unfortunately BBB members are not always the best choices. 20/20 did a segment on their practices. Once they began soliciting paying members I was turned off by them. I know of several AC companies here in Houston that the state fines for their practices but once they paid $540 to the BBB they became elite members.
These boards have hd so many pros come here to share their experience and knowledge and would not even think to posting an advertisement .... That's the difference in a pro and a hustler.
Quite frankly - anyone reputable would NEVER use a message board to advertise like that! I laugh when i see those guys post stuff like that - they must really really really be desperate for business!
A thread this person posted list some great energy saving tips. A useful thread for all. Then another actually invites others to their lighting site. Now that is weird.
The thread here talks out Arizona but the link is for Houston. In fact the address is just a few miles from a school my daughter taught at when she first came back to Texas.
Becca ... I thought of you on many of those Fall weekends... OU has managed to shoot themselves in the foot more times than I care to count. Hope school is going well.
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