Use this HVAC contract when you are hiring someone to work on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning at your home or business
- Hiring a HVAC service technician to work on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems
- Offering professional HVAC services
The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system in your home or office is a critical part of the building’s infrastructure. If you are having trouble with your HVAC system, you may want to hire a professional to address the issue right away
Hiring a HVAC professional can be a great way to make sure that your HVAC projects run smoothly and efficiently. HVAC technicians are trained professionals with specialized tools and skills. Rather than going at it alone, let these trained professionals use their expertise to make sure an HVAC repair, installation, or upgrade is done right.
Even for HVAC projects that seem small, hiring a professional may be a good idea. A HVAC professional may save you time diagnosing the issue, and they may be able to make a quick repair that you don’t have the skills to perform. However, make sure to be clear on your state’s licensing requirements before hiring anyone to work on a building’s HVAC system, especially if it’s a new installation.
If you are considering hiring an HVAC professional, make sure that everyone is on the same page regarding work expectations. HVAC professionals are typically expected to furnish their own tools and clean up any scraps or debris after a job is done, but these are terms you may wish to address up front to make sure everything is taken care of as you wish. Use this interactive form to create a HVAC contract that protects you and your property.
Likewise, if you are a professional HVAC service provider, consider using this form to create neat, formalized descriptions of the scope of services you offer, your price terms, timeframe, and other requirements. Having HVAC contracts ready for your customers to sign right away may help you land some of those particularly competitive jobs.