How To Select An Intertherm Air Conditioner Repair Contractor
If you have a quality manufactured home then it is very likely that you have an Intertherm air conditioning unit to keep your home cool in the summer months. This company provides high-quality units that some customers have reported lasting them over two decades and with the proper care it just might do so for you as well. Here we will take a look at how to select an Intertherm air conditioner repair contractor for annual maintenance and when your unit needs repair.
Why Should I Have A Technician Perform Annual Maintenance?
Although your unit is high quality it should be checked annually to make sure that it’s in good running condition. Very often homeowners will neglect annual check-ups of their air conditioning unit because it seems to be working fine. But annual checks can catch problems early and significantly reduce cost and prolong the life of the unit by doing these annual checks. In the long run, doing so will usually save more money than it cost.
There are all kinds of issues that can begin to build over time but if unchecked can lead to significant damage to the unit. Some customers have reported the coils have become rusted and that in some rare cases damage happened to the unit which ultimately led to it catching fire, and these kinds of conditions can almost always be avoided by having the unit checked annually. Just as you going to the doctor for an annual checkup can lead to the doctor finding a problem early on which can reduce how difficult it is to eliminate the problem, the same is true with your air conditioning unit.
How Can I Choose A Good Contractor For My Intertherm Air Conditioning Repair?
- Always Use A Certified HVAC TechnicianNot all states require air conditioning technicians to be certified but even when they don’t you should work with only highly qualified technicians to ensure the work will be done right.
- Use Only Licensed And Established ContractorsA contractor should always be licensed and it’s a risk to use someone who is not well established. Any contractor who has been in the area doing business for many years is a more likely candidate and likely to be able to do a good job. In communities, a bad reputation quickly spreads around and someone doing poor work is not likely to stay in the area.
- The Contractor Should Be Fully InsuredWhen a technician comes to your manufactured home to work on your Intertherm air conditioner to repair it, you want to make sure that the company is fully insured. This means if the technician somehow gets hurt while working on your property that the company has insurance that covers them. It also means that if an accident happens and damage is done to your air conditioner or to your property while work is being performed that the company has insurance to help cover any cost of the damage done.
It is common for a quality contractor to offer maintenance agreements that allow owners to pay a lower fee for annual maintenance to encourage them to have their air conditioning unit serviced once a year. This is a great opportunity to keep your unit running well for a much longer period of time. Take advantage of this opportunity if your local air conditioning repair contractor offers it, as it can save you money and allow you to have your unit serviced annually. In the long run, it is highly likely to save you far more than it cost and is likely to significantly extend the life of your unit.