iQ Drive Certified Contractors
iQ Drive Equipment Demands the Best HVAC Technicians
So, you've decided to purchase a high-efficiency air conditioner or heat pump from the iQ Drive line? Make sure that you match the quality of your iQ Drive system with an iQ Drive certified HVAC technician. How do you make sure you hire the contractor who is ready to tackle your high-efficiency HVAC system installation or repair? Look for the iQ Drive badge on their dealer locator page or their website. HVAC technicians who are iQ Drive ready are equipped with the proper skillset to install iQ Drive products - like the FT4BI heat pump or the the FS4BI air conditioner (one of the most efficient air conditioners in the HVAC industry) - through quality certification process.
With High-Efficiency Equipment, Training is Important
In order to make heating and air conditioning systems more efficient, the inner-workings and functionality of the equipment gets more and more complex. For example, iQ Drive air conditioners and heat pumps are more sensitive to proper refrigerant charge. Your contractor must know how to service the specific equipment in order to properly install and maintain your high-efficiency equipment for years down the road. Without this specific training, they may not install your new unit correctly. Improper installation can lead to a host of performance issues down the road, such as - lowered efficiency, system malfunctions and even system failure sooner rather than later.
If you are going to drop more money upfront for a high-efficiency air conditioner, heat pump or furnace, why jeopardize performance to save a little money on installation costs?
Minimum Efficiency Air Conditioners
A 13- or 14-SEER air conditioner can still be a great, money-saving upgrade to an old air conditioner.Westinghouse Dealer Locator
Need help finding a quality Westinghouse contractor in your area? Browse our dealer locator for the iQ Drive contractor in your area.Westinghouse Tax Credits
Instead of cutting back on installation costs, look into purchasing a high-efficiency HVAC unit that qualifies for a U.S. Tax Credit.