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Long time BUCK and SI CHAMBER member Thomas Scarangello had the floor at this mornings meeting and gave a presentation on how to grow your business and provide excellent customer service.
Call us today: (718) 509-9170
6767 Amboy Road Staten Island, NY 10309
Get to Know Us!

Scaran is a customer focused heating and air-conditioning company that was originally started in 1930. Located in Staten Island, NY, we employ highly trained people whose goal is to make our company the best service company in Staten Island.
Our company specializes in designing, engineering, and installing complete comfort systems for owners of existing homes and buildings just like yours. We also specialize in diagnosing and tackling difficult recurring problems with HVAC and plumbing equipment. We take special pride in the craftsmen we train and employ--a fact you'll notice immediately in the attitude and integrity they bring to your job site. Our entire company works hard to make your experience with us hassle-free and enjoyable. Should we make a mistake, we will do everything in our power to correct it to your satisfaction.

From the professionalism of our sales engineers, to the dedication of our field personnel, we are dedicated to delivering you the best. We take our responsibility very seriously when you place your trust in us. We pledge to always tell you up front what your cost will be to complete your job correctly. We make it a point to go over any details or limitations of the proposed system that will affect your enjoyment of the end result. You are told exactly what to expect up front. We back this philosophy with our exclusive written guarantee when choosing Scaran to contract your job:
Whether you’re replacing your old air conditioning system or remodeling a bathroom, Scaran can help. First, you need the right contractor. With so many contractors to choose from out there how do you know if you are making the right choice for your home improvement project?

Scaran is Staten Island's premier home comfort specialists; and, with the cooperation of your local Better Business Bureau, we gathered ten time-tested tips for selecting the best contractor for your project.
  1. Don’t make any decisions before you check with your local Better Business Bureau and affiliated state and community agencies for a company history of complaints and resolutions to make sure the dealer is reputable.
  2. Always ask for references: Current customers are an excellent source of information and are often willing to share their experiences.
  3. Check local licenses: Ask to see any applicable state and local licenses, bonding, and insurance coverage.
  4. Get a detailed written proposal: A detailed written proposal is one sign of a quality contractor. Beware of a dealer that does not back-up their offer in a detailed written proposal.
  5. Heat loss-heat gain calculation: Expect a thorough calculation performed with an on-site evaluation. A good contractor should measure your home, check insulation factors and evaluate your overall comfort needs.
  6. Equipment/labor warranties and guarantees: Warranties and guarantees vary according to manufacturer and dealer. Don’t be afraid to ask questions and demand that they are included in the written estimate.
  7. Follow contract law: Demand that your contractor follows contract law. A new comfort system is a big decision and with big decisions comes responsibility. According to New Jersey law, all home improvement contracts include a 3-day right to cancel.
  8. Ask your contractor about the maintenance requirements of your new system: What can you do yourself and/or does the contractor offer maintenance services? A maintenance agreement is one of the best ways to ensure your system's performance, reliability and safety.
  9. Know and understand the contract: Beware of ambiguous contracts and again, ask lots of questions. It is very important to understand all aspects of the agreement with your contractor before any work begins.
  10. Get more than one estimate or reference: If you are uncomfortable making your decision for any reason, get two or three estimates or references and compare. More information is better than less; however, compare more than just price when evaluating estimates. Look for the best value!

Your Satisfaction Is Scaran-teed!