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While the highest temperature ever recorded in South Dakota was 120° F, this record was set back in 1936. While central air might be nice in the summer, a good heating system is absolutely critical in the winter as average temperatures reach a chilly 1° F. Heating contractors are the professionals that install, maintain and repair heating systems for one's home and/or business. In a state like South Dakota, you're wise to get your furnace checked out early in the fall, and to keep on good terms with your contractor.
South Dakota's Licensing Requirements for Heating Contractors
South Dakota has no state licensing requirements for HVAC contractors. In this situation, it is doubly important that consumers do their research before hiring a contractor -- get referrals from your friends and neighbors, get written contracts, and check references.
If you have a problem with a Contractor
Should a problem arise with your HVAC contractor, the first step is to talk with them to see if you can reach an agreement. If that doesn't work, the state Consumer Protection Division has an online complaint form that you can fill out. The Nebraska chapter of the Better Business Bureau covers South Dakota, and may be able to help as well.