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Questions to Ask an HVAC Services Supplier May 6, 2019

Mount Vernon, Knox
Questions to Ask an HVAC Services Supplier, Mount Vernon, Ohio

The state of an HVAC system impacts many other aspects of a home, from the comfort of the residents to the cost of utility bills. Because of these important functions, you’ll need to hire capable and experienced contractors to perform HVAC services. To help you find the best candidates, here are some questions you should ask before signing a contract with a company.

About the Project

Do they offer a guarantee of quality?

A reputable HVAC company should stand by their work. That means they won’t do rush jobs, but they will log as many hours as it takes to ensure customer satisfaction. Ask about warranties and guarantees the company offers, and check reviews to see if they stand by this work.

Is energy efficiency a priority?

To save you money on your monthly utility bill, your HVAC system should be as energy-efficient as possible. Research whether the company you’re considering hiring meets or exceeds federal and state regulations. This will benefit your HVAC system, your budget, your home’s air quality, and the environment.

How to Maintain Results

What maintenance can I do between tuneups?

HVAC servicesEven if you aren’t a trained HVAC contractor, there are several ways you can ensure your system keeps functioning at full capacity. For one, change the filters regularly—monthly for most households, and more often for homes with pets or small children. Also, listen to your system for rumblings, bangs, or grinding noises that could alert you to potential issues.

Could any of my habits lead to a breakdown sooner?

Many homeowners unknowingly shorten the life span of their HVAC system through improper treatment. For example, allowing a system to run constantly wears out the components, skyrockets energy bills, and ultimately leads to a breakdown much sooner.

When should I schedule my next HVAC appointment?

The general rule is to have experts look your system over at least once a year. However, you may need to have them come sooner than this if you start noticing problems like uneven heating throughout the house or strange noises coming from the blower. Have these fixed before they worsen.


If you’re searching for a company around Mt. Vernon, OH, that provides HVAC services focused on high-quality work and customer satisfaction, contact the team at Jon’s Plumbing & Heating. With over two decades of experience and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau®, this company assists clients throughout Knox, Richland, and Ashland counties with everything from water heater installation to HVAC maintenance to plumbing services. Learn more today by visiting them online, and call (740) 392-5667 to schedule HVAC services.

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