Choose The RIGHT HVAC and Plumbing Company By Asking The RIGHT Questions
All service companies are alike, right? Wrong. According to the US Department of Energy, the heating and cooling contractor you choose makes a BIG difference. The exact same equipment can be installed perfectly or poorly. To assist you in the hunt for the right HVAC company, here are some key questions you shouldn’t forget to ask.
We don’t hire anyone who calls themselves an HVAC technician. In fact, we won’t even consider someone for the job if they don’t have the kind and friendly personality we’re looking for. It takes more than training and experience to make a great technician.
Yes. Yes. And yes. Not only are we fully licensed, bonded, and insured, our technicians are also NATE and EPA certified. We make sure every one of our technicians is FULLY up to date with the latest regulations.
We give you the ultimate guarantee. You’re either 100% happy with our work, or you get 100% of your money back. And this lasts for a FULL year!
There’s an easy way to do that, just look up our Google Reviews — there are thousands of them. Spoiler alert — they’re overwhelmingly positive!
YES. There’s nothing more important to us than keeping our word. When we give you a quote, we consider that a promise. And we do everything we can to fulfill that promise.
Why Install A Whole House Fan?
Installing a whole house fan is the perfect way to give your HVAC system a break. After examining the homes of our Santa Rosa clients, we learned that it’s best to have your AC running during the hottest part of the day. From early evening to early morning, a fan can keep your home cool with no extra help from the HVAC system. This is a cost effective way to naturally cool your home and reduce your energy bills.
Did We Mention Fresh Air?
Another huge perk of the QuietCool Whole House Fan is that it uses natural, fresh air to cool your home. Your air conditioner is a closed-loop system. It circulates the same air through your home again and again. By adding a QuietCool Whole House Fan, you’re introducing an “open-loop” system. This open-loop adds fresh air to your home about every 20 minutes or so. By installing a whole house fan you can have the best of both the open and closed loop systems.