Air Conditioning Contractor
Generally speaking, an air conditioning contractor is anyone who is paid to work on air conditioning equipment.
The scope of work to be done, and an hourly rate of payment, or a flat fee for the work to be done, is usually agreed on before work starts.
This agreement is a contract between the service provider and the customer, but it might not necessarily be legally binding, depending on the circumstances.
Your state, county, and city may have specific requirements regarding exactly what is required for these contracts to be legally binding.
There might be specific guidelines about who can authorize work to be done, and there might also be specific guidelines about the requirements to qualify as a contractor.
If you're only having your air conditioning cleaned, by a company or technician you know, then this won't be a major problem.
But if you're having some major work done during construction or renovation, or are replacing an expensive unit or having major repairs done, it might be a good idea to take your contractor's paperwork to your lawyer for approval.
This won't worry any air conditioning contractor who is legitimate, and actually concerned about providing the best product and customer service possible.
Whatever problems they run into on the job, they'll simply do their very best, and you will end up with a professionally installed air conditioning system that you can depend on to keep your family, or customers, comfortable for years.
If you're trying to figure out who to call to get your air conditioning serviced, read our page about how to
find an air conditioning contractor.
I hope this page has helped, and please, feel free to contact us with any specific HVAC questions you might have, including questions about air conditioning on Guam, and refrigeration on Guam.
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