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Arizona is in the heart of the Southwest's desert region. Much of the state is hot and dry year-round, though nighttime temperatures may be cool. While the average temperature in January is a mild 66 degrees, the average low temperature during that month is a chilly 41 degrees, which makes some heating solution a necessity. Many homes use solar heating systems, which have proven very effective in this desert region because of the hot daytime temperatures.

Because Arizona shares a border with Mexico, there are a great number of immigrants, some illegal, seeking contracting jobs. This is one reason that heating contractors in Arizona are strictly regulated, with any job over $750 required to be performed by a licensed contractor. Getting licensing can be complicated, however, with many different types of licenses being offered.

Commercial and residential jobs each require separate licenses, as well as separate licenses for different types of construction. And in Arizona, getting a contractors license isn't as simple as paying a fee. To apply for a license the contractor must first pass a state exam.

For consumers who wish to file complaints against heating contractors in Arizona, the Arizona Registrar of Contractors offers an online complaint form. The form can be used to file a complaint against licensed or unlicensed contractors, as long as they have performed work for you.

There are two main branches of the Better Business Bureau in Arizona, each of which will also accept complaints about heating contractors.

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