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HVAC is commonly used when speaking about heating and air conditioning systems. The acronym HVAC stands for Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning and is also considered part of the mechanical career field, along with plumbing and several other types of work. It is important that the homeowner or business owner understand the use of these terms when in the need for heating and air conditioning service.
When upgrading or adding an HVAC system to a home as part of a home improvement project, the homeowner must, by county codes, enlist the services of a licensed professional HVAC contractor in San Luis Obispo County. This requirement is to protect the homeowner from liability issues involving the HVAC equipment and it also must be inspected by a San Luis Obispo county, California HVAC inspector for proper installation and safety.
San Luis Obispo area heating and air conditioning contractors, as with most area contractors, usually offer a free in-home estimate on the cost of adding or replacing a system. If the customer is replacing a system, it is important that the HVAC company that installs the new one, remove the old equipment and any debris upon completion of the job. If a new addition or a new home is being built, the Heat and A/C contractor is also responsible for ensuring that the electrical work for the HVAC unit is completed. This is also true for system replacements. Although most mechanical contractors will hire sub-contractors to complete the electrical part of the job, there are some HVAC companies in the San Luis Obispo, California area that carry both electrical and mechanical licenses. Some even carry plumbing licenses also, which is considered a part of the mechanical career field. So, it is possible for a homeowner considering renovations could locate a company that incorporates all three fields, electrical, HVAC and plumbing, in one shop.
Another specific item to focus on when searching for an HVAC contractor in the San Luis Obispo, CA area is service after the sale. It is important to know what is included in the purchase of the new unit. Questions to ask include, warranty length for parts and labor, if there is an extended warranty offered and what the cost is, and, of course the total cost and what is included in the cost. Many San Luis Obispo heat and air conditioning contractors offer more than one brand of equipment, therefore giving the customer more to choose from.
San Luis Obispo, CA HVAC companies also offer service and maintenance to residents and businesses to repair existing systems and maintain new and existing units to prolong the life expectancy. To the right is a form that can be filled out to receive free estimates from HVAC contractors in the San Luis Obispo, California area.
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