When it comes to heating, cooling, and plumbing issues in a commercial building, it is important to have a plan in place. A small issue can quickly become worse if not handled quickly and completely resolved. At Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc., we are here to help you with your emergency and routine maintenance needs. Today, we are sharing four tips for choosing a commercial emergency HVAC contractor.

Tips to Hiring an Emergency HVAC Contractor

1. Look for Open Availability 

When an emergency happens, time is of the essence. The last thing your business needs is to have to wait hours, sometimes days, for issues to be resolved. That’s why we offer around-the-clock 24/7 emergency services to ensure you get the help you need.

2. Choose a Reputable Company

Choosing the right company is crucial. Look for companies that maintain compliance standards, offer 100% satisfaction guarantees, and provide warranties on parts and labor. At Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc., we offer all of this and so much more.

3. Choose Knowledgeable and Experienced Experts

Next, choosing well-trained and experienced technicians will ensure your issues are fixed the right way the first time. Our technicians are well-trained and experienced and can work on various system needs. We can service HVAC Systems, Building Automation Systems, restaurant equipment, industrial service plumbing, and specialized process piping. Our variety of services means you only have to make one phone call. 

4. Plan for the Future

Finally, planning can help to reduce the need for future emergency visits. We offer a variety of maintenance plans to help to prevent issues from surprising you at the worst times. We can help choose a plan that best fits your needs.

The professionals at Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc. are ready to help you find the right solutions for your building today. We serve the Indianapolis area, including Greensburg, Kokomo, Greenwood, Shelbyville, Greenfield, and all nearby Indiana communities. Request an appointment or call (812) 662-7567 today.