Serving Plano, Texas
An affordable Plano Hvac Contractor. You can't beat our prices!
Son of Man Air & Heat (SoM) is a fully licensed- Class A Master: TACLA27258C - air conditioning and heating contractor. We specialize in both residential, commercial, and all types of apartment HVAC systems. SoM also services and installs commercial walk in coolers.
We welcome the opportunity to openly compete against anyone and offer the assurance that our prices and quality of work and equipment will surpass all of out competitors.
Further, we can supply and install any piece of equipment the customer desires (i.e Carrier, Lennex, Rudd-Rheem, Trane, Whirlpool-Westinghouse, etc.), but genuinely feel the customers best value is in any Goodman HVAC system. An overview of Goodman's equipment can be reviewed here:
Goodman's equipment is not only price below any other competitors equivalent equipment, they also offer the absolute best Equipment Warranty Program in the industry. Their full line of equipment can be viewed here:
On HVAC equipment of 14 SEER and above, Goodman offers a limited:
It doesn’t matter what part of the country you’re in, staying warm during the winter and cool during the summer is imperative. An HVAC contractor is an important part of your seasonal indoor comfort. An HVAC or heating, ventilating, and air conditioning contractor takes care of installing and maintaining the climate control equipment in your home or business. Selecting the correct Plano HVAC contractor for the job is as vital to your equipment’s operation as the equipment you choose.
It should be a simple task to find a good Plano HVAC contractor. The problem is that many people have no idea what to look for in a competent contractor to take care of their heating and cooling needs and that can make the search difficult. You need to find a dependable HVAC contractor that can give you quality installation and dependable follow-up service, whether for a new system or repairs on an existing one.
A Plano HVAC contractor will have to do an onsite inspection whether you need new equipment or improvements on your existing system. If an HVAC contractor tries to give you a quote without an initial visit to inspect the job or diagnose a problem, it’s best not to do business with him. They could be more interested in your money than in providing you with quality service.
An HVAC contractor will calculate he square footage of your structure, and go through a thorough checklist to determine the heat-load. The contractor should then give you a written estimate stating the cost for a new system or parts along with labor. If you need a new system, a qualified Plano HVAC contractor can often provide you with a selection of systems to suit your situation. Financing may be available with your HVAC system as well as an extended warranty.
A Plano HVAC contractor should ask a detailed set of questions and do a complete examination of your system if you are having problems. He should then be able to give you some practical solutions. Sometimes a heating or cooling system is simply the wrong size and a knowledgeable Plano HVAC contractor will be able to suggest the appropriate equipment to adequately meet the needs of your home or business. Over time you may find that the proper size system will be more energy efficient and therefore more cost effective.
Any contractor should also carry workers comp and be bonded to protect you and your home from any damages.
The Plano HVAC contractor that you plan to hire should be listed in your local phone directory. An HVAC contractor with an actual business location is most likely to have a reputable company. Any reliable company is usually willing to give you their address, phone number and alternate numbers for emergency services. If any contractor is lacking a business address or other appropriate contact information, how can you be sure they’ll be available if your system should ever need repairs?
Ask the Plano HVAC contractor what type of test equipment he uses to check for dangerous levels of carbon monoxide and make sure your home or business is safe. What methods do they use to properly handle refrigerants and make certain they don’t pollute the air? Any HVAC contractor that handles refrigerants should possess an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) license.
You don’t need to accept the first bid that you receive. Get several quotes from different HVAC contractors and take your time to compare them. If you feel unsure about a specific company or contractor, keep looking for one that you feel is right for the job. Don’t go with the cheapest quote simply because of all the money you think you’re saving. Find out how the contractor is able to make such a low bid. You don’t want to skimp on quality where heating and cooling equipment are concerned but you do want the most value for your money.
You’ll want to choose a qualified Plano HVAC contractor to install, upgrade or repair your heating, ventilation and air conditioning system. A competent HVAC contractor will behave professionally. The contractor should arrive on time or call if they’re dealing with an emergency. Their offices and trucks should represent the level of their business.
Don’t simply accept the lowest offer. You need to look for the most reasonable offer that includes the best system and service for your money. Your home or business’s heating and cooling system is a big investment and you need to make sure that any Plano HVAC contractor you decide to work with will be there to back up that investment.