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Having an HVAC professional on speed dial isn’t something most people consider until they need air conditioning or furnace maintenance. It’s preferable to have it and not need it than to require it and not possess it. This remark is true in various situations, including hiring an HVAC contractor who can provide high-quality service.

Finding the appropriate HVAC contractor for your home or business may be a difficult effort, but with the correct method, finding a heating and air firm that can give competent service at reasonable pricing can be straightforward.

Start With Research

You may get a plethora of information regarding licensing and insurance requirements for HVAC contractors in your state by using your preferred search engine. Furthermore, understanding what sort of HVAC system you have and the maintenance history of your heating and air system will help you better understand your heating and cooling requirements.

Find Out About Their Licensing

Depending on the job, an HVAC professional may be working on your gas lines, adjusting electrical equipment, or fixing your plumbing. A license demonstrates that the person is competent and experienced enough to do the work correctly and safely. Without a suitable state HVAC contractor license and needed insurance, it’s highly typical for HVAC professionals to operate under the radar.

Furthermore, many jurisdictions require a contractor to serve as an apprentice for many years before beginning their own business, ensuring that they have experience with various systems and are knowledgeable in their field. After all, you don’t want to employ someone who doesn’t know how to dispose of AC properly or who could forget to turn off your gas line. A professional HVAC service company’s licensing information is usually available on their website. Whether not, be sure to get evidence of licensing and insurance since there’s no way to know if your HVAC service will be done correctly if you don’t.

Inquire About Service Agreements

Service contracts serve a dual purpose in that they outline the services to be done on paper, allowing you to know precisely what you’re getting for your money. Enrolling in an HVAC service contract program provides you with further assurance that your HVAC equipment is in qualified hands. Additionally, having a service contract in place means that your HVAC system will get the required maintenance, allowing you to safeguard your home investment by keeping it functioning longer.

Avoid Online HVAC Evaluations

Since no two air conditioning or heating systems are alike, a professional must evaluate your HVAC device to diagnose problems correctly. An HVAC contractor must consider a variety of issues that cannot be examined over the phone and, as a result, should come to your house before providing you with a written estimate. While some firms charge a “house call” or service fee to cover the expense of an HVAC specialist coming out to your home, you should never deal with a contractor that tries to give you a quote for the whole job over the phone. There’s a significant likelihood they’re unskilled or attempting to avoid legal accountability for the services they provide.

Call the HVAC Experts

Northernair has provided licensed HVAC services to the United Kingdom for over 12 years. To meet all of your HVAC requirements, we provide name-brand HVAC equipment, parts, and accessories, as well as no-hassle yearly inspections and service plans and 24/7 emergency services.

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Air Conditioning Installation

Our primary focus is to service the whole of the North East with affordable air conditioning.

Currently, we provide air conditioning services to the following areas:
Newcastle, North Shields, Walker, Gateshead, Ponteland, Darras Hall, Northumberland, Wallsend, South Shields, Durham, Teeside, Middlesbrough & more.

Do you want air conditioning in your home?

residential aircon

Then you have to be aware of a few things.

  • Where you want the indoor unit to go, where the outdoor unit has to go, and the two pipes that need to connect the two together.

Most of the time, people want a unit in the middle of a room but aren't aware that if there isn't loft space above, then we would need to put trunking from the unit to the external wall.

Client testimonials

Charlotte T


Great service from initial contact to the air conditioning installation. It came in handy just before the heat wave. I would highly recommend them.

Ross P.


Alan and his team have been great. They helped us understand where and why we would want air con in our home. We are cool now.

Karl S


Alan was a true professional took him roughly 5 hours to do the air con installation in my home and left everything as clean as possible.