Baggett Heating and Cooling says: If you’re thinking about trying to fix your own HVAC system… Don’t!
Sure, you can paint your house, install a light fixture, change the oil in your car and even build a backyard shed. But when it comes to your HVAC system, better leave it to the professionals at Baggett Heating and Cooling.
- Residential HVAC systems are complex systems with many components.
- There can be shocking consequences when a homeowner works on their home’s electrical components.
- If your home is heated with gas, it could be an explosive mistake if you’re not trained.
Even if you’ve watched a “how to” video, you won’t be able to match the experience and certification needed to work on your system.
At Baggett Heating and Cooling, our technicians are highly trained in the delicate balancing act between equipment, air flow, and mechanics. If one or more of these variables are out of sync, the entire system’s operation may suffer.
With each new year, new models of HVAC units come on the market, so our technicians are constantly training to keep up with the newest innovations in installation and maintenance. Our technicians have to pass tests for applicable certifications and license.
Your HVAC system is a significant investment in your home. DIY may seem like a way to save money but the long-term consequences may end up costing you for many years to come.
If you think it’s time for an A/C replacement or just want to make sure your A/C is ready for warmer weather, give Baggett Heating and Cooling a call for a check up.