Execute Your Cooling Bills Reduction Project Plan
Upon determining the course of action for your cooling bill reduction project, you must decide if you feel any of the work presents a DIY opportunity. For example, weather-stripping doors or programming a thermostat make simple DIY projects. Conversely, a qualified installation contractor likely must complete most of the work. Additionally, attic work, crawl space work and HVAC work remains extremely difficult and dangerous. As a result, most homeowners hire an experienced contractor properly trained and equipped for this type of work.
Finally, selecting a qualified contractor remains a challenging task. After all, simply selecting the low-bid contractor frequently makes a poor decision. For example, consider factors, such as:
- How experienced is the contractor (how long have they been in business and how many similar projects have they done)?
- Are they licensed?
- Is the contractor Insured?
- Do they have any certifications or accreditations?
- Did they share referrals or testimonials with you?
- What is their Better Business Rating?
- What is their responsiveness to phone calls?
To help you find a qualified contractor in your area, GreenHomes America has done some of the work for you. We established a list of Qualified Contractors that passed our rigorous verification procedure to help customers find quality contractors in their area. All GHA quality contractors successfully completed our training assurance program. As a result, this makes selecting a contractor easier for you. Additionally, homeowners are under no obligation to hire a contractor from our Qualified Contractor Network. However, it should make your decision to hire a contractor simpler and less stressful. Give the GHA Qualified Contractor Network a try!