Having a working HVAC system is an essential part of summer in Frederick County Maryland but summer is also a time where HVAC repair scams are common because scammers prey on people who need HVAC repair work.
To help you avoid HVAC scams, this article will provide you with several tips that you can use to spot a scammer and avoid losing money.
Tip #1 – Tips For Avoiding HVAC Repair Scams
The first way to spot an HVAC repair scam is when you realize that there is limited information about that company available online.
If you can only find a one-page website, or no information on websites like Google My Business, Yelp or Facebook, this is a good sign that the company may not be trustworthy or transparent with their business’s practices.
At Dave’s Cooling and Heating, you can find information about us across the Internet because our goal is to provide as much information about our company upfront so you know what to expect when we show up to repair or install a new HVAC unit for you.
Tip #2 – You’re Asked For Payment Up Front
Another clear sign that you may be dealing with an HVAC scam is when you encounter a company that asks for payment upfront. If this happens you should choose another HVAC company because an HVC professional will never ask for money upfront before starting their work.
Tip #3 – They Use High-Pressure Sales Tactics
During the process of choosing an HVAC repair company in Frederick County, you should never feel pressured to work with a company. This is especially true if you need to have a new HVAC unit installed since this is a major expense you should feel comfortable getting a second quote just to make sure that you’re getting the best price.
Contact Dave’s Cooling and Heating
For more information on how to avoid HVAC scams, or to speak with us about our HVAC repair services, contact us today by calling (301) 401-2780 or click here to connect with us online.