With the heat index reaching the 100s, the last thing anyone wants is for the air conditioning to fail. But when it does, you need a reliable contractor – and fast. Better Business Bureau has a few tips.
“Good air conditioning contractors are in high demand now, so you shouldn’t be surprised if you can’t get it fixed immediately,” said Michelle Corey, St. Louis BBB president and CEO. “You need to keep your cool and research companies before you sign a contract for repairs or replacement.”
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