Finding the Right Toronto Contractor

Selecting a trusted and reliable heating and cooling company can be a daunting task. An HVAC technician will require access in and around your home, so it is important to find one that handles themselves professionally. At Air Quality Dunrite we are committed to providing the best customer experience possible.

We care about your home. And it’s evident.

Our Air Quality Dunrite Toronto HVAC service technicians will treat you and your home with respect. They will wear shoe covers in your home and place floor protection in any traffic or work areas, and they will leave your home as neat as they found it – guaranteed! Learn more.

Here are some things you should keep in mind when looking for a heating and cooling company to service your HVAC system.

Look for a License.

Do some research and find out the licenses and insurance required to be an HVAC technician in your area. When you are interviewing a heating and cooling company, ask for their license number.

Check References & Referrals.

Ask your friends and neighbors for referrals. Find out if they have a HVAC company they love. Ask the heating and cooling company for references you can call to verify their work.

Ask About Rebates.

Purchasing a new heating or cooling system can be one of your largest expenses. Ask the company if they know of current rebates being offered by the governments or utility companies in your area. Professional HVAC businesses will be able to provide you with this information, when available.

Expect a Home Evaluation.

In order to give you an accurate estimate, the HVAC company should spend some time in your home inspecting your current system and assessing your specific needs. A good contractor will likely check your ducts and properly size a new heating or cooling system based on the size of your home.

Get a Written Estimate.

Make sure you get an estimate from the company in writing that details exactly what is included in the price. Remember that the lowest price isn’t always best. Consider other factors such as energy efficiency, workmanship, professionalism, warranties and guarantees.

Ink it.

Before any work is begun, sign a written proposal from the HVAC contractor. A written proposal will protect you from unforeseen or unexpected costs. Make sure the proposal includes exact specifics such as model number, warranty information and project costs.

Share Your Experience.

Tell friends and family about your experience with the contractor you chose. Post online reviews. In this way you will be providing help for others looking for professional, reliable Toronto HVAC contractors.

Have a question for our professional heating and cooling technicians? Contact us online today for more information.