Welcome to ICHACCA


Servicing Areas Include, but not limited to:

Cornelius, Davidson, Denver, Huntersville, Lake Norman, Mooresville, Mt Mourne, Sherrils Ford, Statesville, Terrell, Troutman


  1.  Make sure the contractor has a current license.  This can be easily verified by the state’s licensing board for heating and air.
  2.  Make sure they carry general liability and worker’s compensation insurance on their employees.    Lack of adequate insurance could cause you problems later on if anyone gets hurt on your property.
  3. Find out how long the contractor has been in business in your town under their current name.  The contractor should also provide you with a physical address for the company.  There should be a way to contact them other than a cell phone.
  4.  The more efficient a heating or cooling system is, the more complicated they become.  The technicians should be well trained.  Select a contractor with technicians that are certified and with hands-on experience.  There are four organizations that provide technical training and certification:
    • HVAC Excellence
    • NATE – North American Technician Excellence
    • RSES – Refrigeration Service Engineers Society
    • UA Star
  5. The contractor you choose will install, and service your heating & air system.  Please be sure you choose someone you will feel comfortable having in your home.
  6.  Most HVAC contractors can provide a list of recent references from satisfied customers.  If they can’t you should cross them off your list.
  7. Get the details in writing.  Make sure you  know costs for all equipment, supplies and labor; number of days you will be without heating or cooling as well as the cost for any variables.



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