HVAC Installation Process
The Jacobs HVAC Retrofit installation process incorporates the following industry-leading best practices:
- Structure heating and cooling load calculations, system design and installation by factory trained and NATE-certified technicians.
- Coordination of city inspections to ensure that all work is permitted to applicable jurisdictional code.
- Processing of all applicable tax credit and rebate documents. INSTANT processing of Carrier Cool Choices cash rebates.
- Whole-home protection and clean up: ‘Zip-Walls’ for dust containment and carpet-mask, hardwood paper, and booties for floor protection.
- Off-gassing and low VOC material options.
- Custom fabricated galvanized metal transitions.
- Recycling of old equipment and materials.
- First year system Energy Savings Agreement (ESA) review and tune-up included with all new equipment installations.
- Jacobs unique TWO-YEAR parts and labor warranty included with all installations. Carrier 10 year parts warranty with customer registration. Extended labor warranties on new installations available through manufacturer programs and for purchase.
- 10 year Quality & Craftsmanship Guarantee (with valid ESA).
- Lifetime heat exchanger warranty.
- Guaranteed customer satisfaction.
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