Naples FL HVAC Contractor Best Reviews Reputation Consumer Tips Report Launched

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Naples, Florida marketing agency Social Media Marketing 2020 launched a new report to help consumers choose a reliable contractor for their HVAC replacement job.

Social Media Marketing 2020, a digital marketing agency based in Naples, Florida, launched a new report offering practical tips to help homeowners choose a reliable HVAC contractor. The report includes suggestions such as checking the contractor’s background, analyzing their online reputation, managing payments, and many others.

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According to the Naples agency, an education-based approach to marketing can help any local business increase trust and credibility – especially in an industry such as HVAC, where many consumers are wary of being scammed.

The new report by Social Media Marketing 2020 provides practical tips for consumers interested in an HVAC replacement or installation job.

Some of the suggestions include:

1) Checking the HVAC contractor’s background and reputation before agreeing to a HVAC replacement. Asking the contractor for local references is a good way to ensure that they are reputable and offer high-quality services.

Consumers should also obtain state, county and or city licensing numbers and verify those with regulatory agencies, as well as ask friends, family, and neighbors who they have hired for HVAC work and get their opinion of the quality and timeliness of their work. It is also recommended that they require a certificate of insurance from the contractor’s insurance agent, including liability and workers compensation.

2) Going online and checking customer feedback can also provide a good indication of the overall quality of their services. Consumers need to be aware, however, that some reviews may not be genuine, and that the number of reviews impacts the reliability of the rating.

3) Never paying the AC firm upfront so that they can order equipment, since fraudulent contractors often use this strategy to take the money and run. Consumers should only make partial payment on delivery of the system.

4) Understanding that a very cheap bid likely indicates that the HVAC company may not deliver or will deliver poor quality materials and workmanship. Customers should also avoid contractors who pressure them to sign on the spot.

5) Choosing the optimum SEER value when buying a new air conditioning unit. The minimum required is 13, with SEER values of 14 to 16 being adequate in most except the most humid or hot climates.

6) Choosing the right system size – ironically, a system that is too large may not be efficient in removing humidity, since it will not run long enough.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

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