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  • Perform an on-site inspection of the work you want completed and provide a detailed proposal in a timely manner.
  • Demonstrate to you that the company is licensed and insured to repair and install heating and cooling equipment.
  • Be able to provide his/her certification for refrigerant handling, required since 1992.
  • Have several years of experience as a business in your community.
  • Provide examples of quality installation of energy-efficient heating and/or cooling equipment work, with names of customers that you can contact.
  • Complete and submit the warranty information card on your behalf.
  • Leave all equipment manuals and provide documentation of installation procedures, including sizing calculations, AHRI certificate, and records of any measurements or testing.
  • Clearly explain the benefits of regular maintenance and help you set up a schedule to keep your system operating at its best.
  • Provide manufacturer’s warranty, equipment documentation, and contractor installation warranty information (if applicable).
  • Give the payment schedule.
  • State the scheduled start and completion date.
  • Describe how disputes will be resolved.
  • State the contractor’s liability insurance and licenses if required.
  • Outline paperwork and permits needed for the project.