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Can anyone recomend a HVAC company?

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  • #180324

    dnm
    Member

    Hey all, someone helped themselves to the guts of my AC unit and I need to get it replaced. I was just wondering if anyone could recomend a local company. Also what brands are good and reliable?

    Thanks in advance

    #67023

    dnm
    Member

    We used Quality Air for fixing a leak on our furnace before we moved in. They did a good job… fairly priced… quick response time.

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    We’re probably going to replace our heater and ac this summer or fall though, and not sure who we’ll use or what brand yet. So I’m also interested in suggestions.

    #180325

    just_mel
    Member

    Walker wrote We used Quality Air for fixing a leak on our furnace before we moved in. They did a good job… fairly priced… quick response time.

    Home

    We’re probably going to replace our heater and ac this summer or fall though, and not sure who we’ll use or what brand yet. So I’m also interested in suggestions.

    I’ll second Quality Air.

    My furnace died within a week of moving into my house. (Fortunately it was covered under the home warranty.) Quality Air was great. They brought me a portable heater to borrow for the night, and then came back to fix it the next day. They also rotated the direction of the furnace to be better accessed in the future. My 100 year old house had the furnace opening in a very tight spot. Whomever installed the furnace 20 years before that hadn’t bothered to do that.

    The furnace is only 4 years old but has held up perfectly since installation.

    #180326

    HeySquare
    Participant

    I’ve been using Cardinal. It’s a one man operation. He’s been super… figured out why my heater cut out in the middle of last winter, quickly and cheaply fixed the problem, and gave me lots of solid advice on how to keep the problem from recurring.

    #180327

    CDS sherman
    Member

    starner heating and cooling. talk to jim junior.

    #180328

    CDS sherman
    Member

    Walker wrote

    We’re probably going to replace our heater and ac this summer or fall though, and not sure who we’ll use or what brand yet. So I’m also interested in suggestions.

    rheem,trane are good brands

    tempstar,bryant suck ass.

    #180329

    dnm
    Member

    Ive heard good things about rheem, carrier and trane. Im still waiting on my adjuster to call me back and let me know how much I get towards the new one!

    #180330

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hetter!!!!

    Honest reliable and reasonably priced with quality products.

    #180331

    roy
    Participant

    Oh, man, the scrap metal thieves got you? You probably already did for insurance, but please report it. They’re implementing the new scrap metal reporting requirements and it’s really crucial they get all the facts.

    I am so sorry this happened.

    #180332

    CDS sherman
    Member

    i call em shit farmers :x

    #180333

    dnm
    Member

    Yeah, I was really pissed. I did report it, the cop said its happening alot, all over town, so I guess it was just my luck. I just think its INSANE someone would risk there neck for 30$ in copper

    But $30= 20 40 Oz.s right?

    Oh well :twisted:

    #180334

    just_mel wrote >>

    Walker wrote We used Quality Air for fixing a leak on our furnace before we moved in. They did a good job… fairly priced… quick response time.http://www.qualityairandheat.comWe’re probably going to replace our heater and ac this summer or fall though, and not sure who we’ll use or what brand yet. So I’m also interested in suggestions.

    I’ll second Quality Air. My furnace died within a week of moving into my house. (Fortunately it was covered under the home warranty.) Quality Air was great. They brought me a portable heater to borrow for the night, and then came back to fix it the next day. They also rotated the direction of the furnace to be better accessed in the future. My 100 year old house had the furnace opening in a very tight spot. Whomever installed the furnace 20 years before that hadn’t bothered to do that. The furnace is only 4 years old but has held up perfectly since installation.

    I had them come out after reading this thread and they were great. +1!

    #180335

    Bard[/url] is based in Bryan, OH. They employ many Ohioans and treat them very well.

    #180336

    Twixlen
    Participant

    Hey there – I had my whole system replaced this fall by Favret. My A/C hadn’t worked all summer, and my furnace had a couple of biiiig cracks in the heat exchanger. It was a pretty big job (weirdness with the exhaust/chimney), and after looking at a couple different options, I ended up doing the whole efficiency ball of wax, so I could take advantage of the $1500 credit. I was really pleased with the work they did, the way they did it and goodness knows, my house has never been as comfy as it is now.

    They are local, but bigger; they only use employees, not contractors. A couple of the installers had been with the company for 5+ years, and the sales guy was with them for 15+ – which I thought spoke highly of the company, and was unusual for such a business.

    #180337

    Tenzo
    Participant

    Twixlen wrote >>
    Hey there – I had my whole system replaced this fall by Favret. My .

    I’ve found them hit and miss
    Had to have them return after their ‘maintenance’ work was done very poorly.

    I also wanted them to recomend a new unit when I first moved in and they rescheduled me and then later just didn’t show up.

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