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Many qualified contractors are able to perform energy or water efficiency projects.
City Utilities is trying to help you get started saving energy and water by providing a list of contractors that have met basic consumer protection criteria for hiring a contractor.
Picking the right contractor.
The following contractors completed a comprehensive application and were accepted onto the City Utilities Energy Management & Conservation Contractor List. This list represents local contractors who have taken time to register their company with City Utilities. It is not an endorsement by City Utilities of any product, service, individual or company.
It is still strongly recommended that each customer get 2-3 different contractor bids on each project, check references and make sure all contractors’ insurance requirements are up to date.
All contracting companies on these lists met the following criteria at the time application was submitted:
Is licensed as required by the City of Springfield to perform this type of work.
Has been in business for at least two years.
Is in good standing with the Better Business Bureau.
Agrees not to subcontract work.
Provided proof of General Liability and Workers’ Compensation Insurance.
Provides prompt, courteous, and reliable service, while attempting to perform services at the customer’s convenience.
Provides customers with a clear, written estimate of the cost of service, before work begins and before accepting any payments.
Recommends and installs the right product and amount correctly.
Keeps all customer data confidential.
Conducts business with the appropriate equipment and tools.
AHRI provides accurate and unbiased evaluation of heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, and refrigeration equipment. AHRI programs demonstrate to homeowners that equipment performance claims have been independtly measured and verified, instilling consumer confidence and enabling fair product comparisions. Equipment and components are evaluated using the appropriate industry standard to certify that manufacturers' published performance ratings are accurate.