Heating and Air Conditioning Installation
Wolff Mechanical is an authorized dealer of all major brands of equipment. After assessing your situation and taking into consideration your unique needs, our installation specialists will provide you with a detailed proposal for your home or business.
When buying new equipment for your home, the contractor you choose is one of the most important decisions you will make. The installation contractor will be responsible for honoring all the warranties including labor and materials.
At Wolff Mechanical, we back what we sell. If you ever have any problems with your new equipment call us and we will come out for free. Be sure to ask about our 10 year parts and labor warranties on all new equipment.
Call us today for a free in-home estimate. Let us show you the cost benefits of a new unit, and let us show you why Wolff Mechanical is an industry leader in customer satisfaction.
One thing to look for in a AC contractor is when installing they use their own company paid and insured employees. You don’t want to pay for equipment from a company and then find out the day of install that the seller has subcontracted your installation to an individual in an unmarked vehicle. The subcontractors are normally paid piece work so the more they can install in a day the more money they make. In turn your job is rushed, and substandard work is performed. There is also a question of liability insurance and workman’s compensation, if the subcontractor does not have it and something goes wrong the home owner could be liable. Wolff Mechanical does not hire subcontractors for installations.
Wolff Mechanical installers receive an average of 75 hours of training per year, this is both technical and customer service training. Our average installer has 10 years experience working in the HVAC air conditioning field.
The install teams are drug tested and back ground checked for our customers peace of mind, they show up on time, in a marked vehicle wearing a Wolff Mechanical uniform. Wolff teams are trained to respect your property and your home. Wolff installers always remove any boxes, debris and your old equipment when the job is completed.