July 29, 2014 - CALGARY, ALBERTA - With temperatures forecasted to peak in the low 30s this week, BBB is urging consumers to keep a cool head while searching for the right air-conditioning contractor. And, they are. With more than 36,000 inquiries and more than 120 complaints in the last year about air conditioning and related businesses, consumers are making sure their investment doesn't end up as hot air.
"It's tempting to look for a quick and inexpensive fix when it comes to installing an air-conditioning system," says Sandra Crozier-McKee, president and CEO of BBB Serving Southern Alberta and East Kootenay. "Though it may only be used a few months during the year, it's crucial to invest the time to research a trustworthy contractor who will ensure the efficiency of your installment and safety of your home."
BBB and The Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) recommend keeping the following in mind when hiring an air conditioning installer:
For tips you can trust, visit bbb.org.
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Leah Brownridge, Marketing and Communications Coordinator
BBB Serving Southern Alberta and East Kootenay
(403) 531-8793 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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