As a consumer, you want to make the best purchasing decisions for your home. So, when you request an estimate from an AC company in Washington, NJ, it is important to ask specific questions so that you can understand the estimate. Asking questions also ensures that you understand how much and what you will be paying for AC service.
At Air Temp, we are committed to providing exceptional customer service for all our clients in the Washington, NJ area. If you have a question about an estimate for an AC repair, installation, or maintenance, then feel free to ask us. We offer transparent, fair quotes for all of our service.
Below are five questions that you should ask when reviewing an estimate. If you have any further questions, please contact us at 800.969.1232. We are here to serve!
Question #1: What is Best AC Size for My Home?
If the technician installs a system that is too large, then you will waste energy by using equipment that is too powerful. If the AC is too small, then it may not cool or heat your home adequately. The system will work twice as hard to provide a safe and comfortable environment inside your home. In either case, you will pay more than you have to for increased energy.
Question #2: Does My Home Need AC Duct Replacement?
When you hire an Air Temp technician to inspect your home for an AC Replacement, we will assess all the equipment including your air ducts.
If the air ducts are in good conditions, then we can retrofit the AC system to match the ductwork. If the air ducts are in poor condition, then we will recommend a full air duct replacement. We look for items such as tears and leaks in the ducts, as well as how dirty and old your duct system is. We won’t know if a replacement is necessary until we have a chance to evaluate all of your equipment.
Question #3: Which AC Brands Do You Offer or Recommend?
As a homeowner, you have the option to choose any AC manufacturer brand you wish. We install all types of air conditioners from all reputable manufacturers.
Some of the brands we regularly install and recommend include:
Mitsubishi Mini-Split Ductless Systems
ENERGY STAR High-Efficiency Central Air Systems
Trane High-Efficiency Central Air Systems
Rheem High-Efficiency Central Air Systems
NAVIEN Condensing Gas Boilers
Buderus Gas Condensing Boilers
Question #4: How Do You Determine Your Rates/Price?
When you meet with an Air Temp technician one-on-one, we will go over all the details of our price and rates. We will outline in details everything that you will pay for so that there is no confusion from the beginning. We will never start a job until you fully understand exactly what your investment will be for all equipment, supplies, and labor. There are absolutely no hidden or costs. You get an honest, up-front estimate for your AC Replacement.
Question #5: What Does My AC Warranty Include?
There are two types of AC warranties: Manufacturer & contractor.
In a manufacturer warranty, the manufacturer guarantees your AC if you discover a defective part and need a replacement. The warranty outlines what is covered, under what circumstances, the dollar limit, and any exclusions. The warranty also addresses what constitutes a void in the coverage.
A contractor warranty covers the workmanship of the job. It also outlines many of the same points as the manufacturer warranty: what is covered, under what circumstances, dollar limits, exclusions, and circumstances that would void the warranty.
Certified AC Replacement in Washington, NJ
Do you need to replace your old air conditioner? Then contact Air Temp. We offer complete AC replacement in Washington, NJ for home and business owners.
To schedule AC service, call us at 800.969.1232. You can also send a message on our contact page.
About Washington, New Jersey
Washington is a rural borough in Northwestern New Jersey. Washington is surrounded by rolling hills that extend from the Pohatcong Mountain ridge. Washington is named for the first president of the United States, George Washington. This historic town is also home to many of America’s oldest music manufactures, Victorian-style mansions, and Washington Theater which was built in 1926.