The HVAC contractor does a great job

Lately, I’ve had some bad experiences with hiring professionals to complete household jobs.

  • I needed a 240 outlet wired to install a new dryer and called four electricians before I finally got somebody to answer.

On the day of the appointment, I waited all day, and he didn’t show up. I once again called him, and the electrician told me he’d gotten delayed on another job. I’m not sure why he couldn’t do me the courtesy of letting me know. When the water heater ruptured and the basement flooded, my family was left without hot water. I tried several different plumbers and eventually just watched youtube videos on how to replace the water heater myself. Just recently, the furnace wasn’t operating properly. There wasn’t enough hot air coming out of the vents to achieve the thermostat setting. The house felt chilly, and there was a lot more dust floating around. I knew that calling for repairs quickly would help to prevent further damage to the equipment and avoid safety risks. I was not looking forward to the process of hiring a professional HVAC contractor. I figured it would be a nightmare. I went online and read customer reviews before calling a company with a long history, A+ BBB rating and factory authorization. The guy I spoke to assured me he’d show up to handle the repair the following day between 9 and 9:30 AM. I doubted he would live up to his word. I was surprised when he arrived right on time and even put on shoe covers to prevent creating a mess in my home. He inspected the furnace, came up with an estimate and explained the service procedure. The whole job was completed in approximately an hour and he stuck with the original price he’d given me.

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