Tips for Finding a Trustworthy AC Repair Company

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R.T. Moore offers Indianapolis residents advice on how to separate the bad from the good.

Homeowners dread the time when their sink springs a leak or their AC stops working. Homeowners are not only left sweating in their homes, but trying to find a good repairman makes most people panic as well. As temperatures continue to rise over the summer months, many homeowners are met with the task of trying to find a reputable company to fix a broken AC from a long list of Internet links. Taking the guesswork out of the process may not be as difficult as most people think. R.T. Moore, a reputable Indianapolis air conditioning company, offers the following tips for residents eager to find a trustworthy HVAC technician.

Don’t be afraid to ask for references. Hiring a company to repair an air conditioner is essentially a job interview. Treat it that way. Ask questions and ask for references.

Take advantage of the Internet. When evaluating a company, look at their website, explore what other information is out there regarding the company, and check their social media pages. There are review sites out there for just about every industry, and air conditioning companies aren't excluded from that list. Read the reviews and see what their followers are saying on their Facebook and Twitter pages.

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is an excellent resource as well. The BBB keeps track of major complaints, as well as remedies provided by the company. Most companies will, at some point, have a customer complaint, regardless of their quality of service, so don’t take this strictly as a sign that the company isn’t worth hiring. Read on to see if they responded to the complaint, and if they made an effort to remedy the situation.

For more information, homeowners are encouraged to contact R.T. Moore at

About R.T. Moore

R.T. Moore has established itself as one of the country’s premier mechanical contractors providing residential HVAC services, plumbing, and sewer/water installations in Indiana and Florida as well as the multi-family industry across 16 states.

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