Visit Checklist

Here’s what you can do in preparation for your service call:

1. Plan enough time – Examining the existing equipment, preparing a load calculation, and explaining the many advancements in technology will take about 1 1/2 hours, depending on the number of questions you might have.

2. Have your utility bills available – Not only will a new system make your home more enjoyable and relaxing, it could save you a whole bunch of money. Grab your bills and we’ll give you an idea of how much you might save.

3. Make a path – Our comfort specialist will need to see your existing equipment and ductwork. Easy, clear access through closets and attics is critical to designing a new system that will work at its peak.

We’ll have a few questions for you. Please have this information available when the representative arrives:

Which rooms get too hot or cold?

Does anyone in your family suffer from asthma or allergies?

Does your home get too muggy or too dry at certain times of the year?

Is the outdoor unit accessible to children or pets?

Is the system noisy?

What repairs have been made to the system?

Are future energy costs a concern?