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Whether it’s a blazing hot 100 degree mid-summer day, or a frigid 30 degree winter morning there’s nothing you rely on more than your heating and cooling system. Because you want your home to be comfortable inside no matter what the weather is like outside, it’s imperative to hire an HVAC company you can trust. See below to find out what you need to know before you call in your next HVAC Professional:

There are a number of things the contractor should be able to provide you with including a variety of products and services. Here’s what you should ask for:

  • Heat-loss calculation – this process will tell you the BTU capacity needed to heat or cool your home efficiently. A system that’s too large or too small won’t keep your home at a comfortable temperature without costing you a small fortune.
  • Energy-efficient equipment – it may cost a bit more upfront, but it will be worth the investment. If purchasing an air conditioner, make sure the SEER rating is at least 10 (for a system below 5 tons).
  • Reviews and testimonials – it’s a good idea to do some research about the company and see what other customers have said. Don’t be afraid to ask questions if anything looks concerning.

At Aspen Air Conditioning, our mission is to provide our customers with the highest level of comfort through quality maintenance, service and installation practices. Since our beginning in 1983, Aspen Air Conditioning has been focused on the comfort needs of Southeast Florida residents at home and at work. Give us a call today at 561-395-1500.

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