Miami Heating & Cooling Contractors

in Miami, FL

Hvac Reviews in Miami

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The technician Zumel was great he checked everything and gave me good solid advice. We just had a baby and my wife been complaining how hot it is was, I have a warranty with
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. they came and said all is ok but I thought I needed a second opinion since my wife nagging about heat never stopped, best move I ever made.
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Zumel found out my thermostat from X-finity that was installed about a year ago was not connected correctly it was not going to the second stage when he fix the problem we could feel the difference immediately, so much care and attention for $65 the guy stayed for nearly 2 hours , I wanted to pay them more "really" I did .. great people.
I highly recommend them to anyone and will definitely use them in the future as I am a property manger.
- Brian H.
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Of course our air conditioning went out on Friday. After going through Angie's List, I noted not many were available on Saturday. I called
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A/C to schedule an appointment for Monday... He asked what the problem was, I told him. He said he could come out that day (SATURDAY)! When he arrived, he diagnosed our problem, fixed it and it did not cost "an arm and a leg".
He was very pleasant to talk to, very professional, and I would highly recommend him to our friends.
- LYNNE O.

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Hvac reviews in Miami

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First Wil came to my house to give an estimate on repairing or replacing my old unit. He recommended a new unit and said it could be installed the same day, and it was. The two installers worked for 7 hours removing and replacing my air conditioning unit. They were very professional and cleaned up any mess that was made.I would definitely use them again.
- Pat M.
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Although work was performed 4 years ago and without permits, it was stated on the contract that all work was to be done up to code.it has now been 4 years, and to my surprise, everything was done wrong. AC ducts were not insulated properly, Ac work not done properly as well. unit was installed wrong and many other problems.
we now have mold growing out of our vents and the air in our house is contaminated due to not being properly insulated and having water leaks My ceiling is also about to crack and fall due to the water and condensation being produced by the vents. I had another company come out to my house and let me know that the cost to fix everything done wrong is $4,500 (new ducts need to be installed).
I am now considering legal action against this company, but was told since it was done a little over 4 years ago, I might not be able to.

- Joao Paulo L.
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Awesome! I had called on Sunday and they came out first thing Monday morning. My unit is over 12 years old and the rep explained my options. Once I approved the repair he took care of the matter quickly. I've used
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for the past 4+ years and wish I'd started with them sooner.
- Mario F.
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The office staff apologized for not being able to come out the same day of my call. But it was okay as this is not our main unit.
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showed up the next day exactly on time. He cleared the lines and provided advise of how to deal with this issue. This was the second time that we have used his services as he had replaced another unit in the house. He is very knowledgeable and professional. I'm also recommending him to very
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friends that need a/c replacement
- Angela B.
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I had never contacted this company before. I called them at 9:45 am and 2 hours later there was a tech at my door. 30 minutes later the issues was fixed and my air conditioner was working. It was such a relief to have found such a reliable and responsive company. I have saved their number on my phone
- Kathleen W.
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The AC was fine, I had no complaints to begin with. I normally do the back flushing and some clean myself but it needed expert tune up from a professional. Basically I was expecting preventive service and maintenance. I was left wondering if services listed in the "deal" were actually performed. I tried to go through the list with the service people and check off the items but they just told me it was not necessary since they could see and hear the AC was fine and only needed more refrigerant which they provided and charged by the pound. They did align and secured the PVC lines in the airhandler since they appeared to be humid. They blew compressed air/gas through the PVC drain pipe. They also flushed the outside unit with the water hose through the vents. I would have liked them to provide me with the list of services and demonstrated performing each service. Maybe I expected too much but I think next time I will use another company just to compare the services. The AC cooling has improved with the additional refrigerant. I do not think it is fair to share this with the public but please share it with the provider. He needs to does everything that is listed in the advertisement and is able to explain it to the client when asked. That was not clear to me even when I read the advertise deal to him item by item.
- Armando F.
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We purchased a new house and knew our air conditioning would need replacing or fixing, but we weren't sure which. I got the information for Capital from Angieslist, from their high rating and gave them a call.
First of all I was not expecting them to come same day, so when they offered a 2 hour time window yesterday afternoon we were very happy. We were told we would also have a 30 minute warning someone was on their way. An excellent practice in my opinion, giving everyone fair warning to get where they need to be. I had a phone call when an appointment finished early, and was offered an earlier time, again very pleased.
As half expected, our unit was OLD and needed replacing. The old owners were cheap and it was so poorly maintained, it never had a
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. In fact, it looked like a
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. We were given a quote and told to call the office to schedule an appointment to have it installed and discuss what other more efficient options might be available.
I called the office and spoke to
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, the owner of the business. To say I was impressed is an understatement. He did not try to up sell, in fact he told me not to pick the higher seer unit as it would absolutely not make it's money back given the house size and the extra cost, for how long it would last. He explained everything to me, how long it would take, the brand, the potential saving and he even gave me warning over thieves who steal them for the copper and to be careful with replacing it if we weren't going to be around. He could not have been nicer, more helpful or less pushy. This was at 4pm. He told me he would have someone there the next morning at 9am to do the install if we wanted or to discuss and call him back. We didn't want to wait and the price was great so we said yes.
The 3 techs showed up at 9am this morning with all their equipment and the new unit. They were so incredibly nice and thoughtful, organizing an emergency permit (as we had an inspector coming) with their office. The guys weren't phased or concerned and said they would work around the inspector and what he wanted.
After getting the permit sorted out they started to work. They worked quickly (we didn't get in their way, or keep badgering them) and got the job done at 5pm. They left us absolutely zero mess. They coordinated for me to pay over the phone and my husband to sign the invoice, as we were in different places.
The office took payment and gave me my authorization number, and my FPL account number to apply the $600 rebate (which was instant).
I couldn't be happier. It took 24 hours from the service tech to check the system for the new unit to be installed. We are 100% satisfied we got a great deal with little
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up and the guys who came couldn't have been nicer.
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has some great people working for him. Overall it was one of the more pleasant experiences we have had dealing with our new house.


- Brett K.
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On 6/17 I called
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for help with an A/C in one of our rental properties (condo, downtown Miami). Our tenant had reported that it was leaking water and blowing warm air. A clogged line is an almost yearly occurrence with the smaller A/C unit (two A/Cs; two zones) due to the set-up of the condensate drain line and therefore I was very specific regarding the scope of work.
This was the first time for us working with
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and I summarized my call with
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in an email to make sure we had a mutual
understanding (at my request,
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confirmed the receipt of the email).
1. Clean drain line of the smaller A/C unit
2. Report back / ask for approval for any additional work, issue, etc. (I provided my contact information)
3. Provide insurance information to the
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(I provided
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contact information in my email)
4. Provide an itemized invoice for payment
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assured me that this service would cost me less than $150!
On 6/18 the technician arrived slightly late (promised for the AMs, arrived in the PMs) and went to work. About two hours later I received a call from my tenant telling me that he was asked by the technician to sign off on a work order for $430 which included:
1. Cleaning one drain line
2. Adding 4 pounds of Freon
3. Rewiring of Thermostat
I immediately talked to the technician on the phone about the details of this work and his answers were sketchy at best:
1. He did not submit insurance information to the
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2. 4 lbs of Freon were added to a 2 ton AC unit (Trane), which happens to be almost the maximum amount for this system and indicates that there has to be a significant leak. The technician never mentioned such a leak. Note, that there are no additional supply lines to be filled as this is a chilled water system.
3. The justification for rewiring of the thermostat for the second, larger A/C unit is particularly interesting since:
A). No new cables were pulled.
B). A ‘short’ in the cable inside the air handler was mentioned, however, upon closer inspection no damaged or new cables were found
C). As I had to find out through my tenant, the technician indicated that the charge would be $280 for this work, which feels very high for trouble-shooting a terminal board with five wires that connects to a thermostat less than six feet from the A/C.
All concerns about the quality and necessity of the repairs aside, my biggest issue at this time was that neither the technician nor the office considered it to be necessary to call me for approval as agreed (email!).
On my immediate call to
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’s customer service department, I was told that our tenant had approved all work. This is absolutely irrelevant since we had an up-front agreement that I, as the owner of the condo and buyer of their services, will approve all additional work. Our tenants are not authorized and I had specifically asked to be informed about any additional work. Also, my tenant denies having given
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any approval to start this work.

However, I told the customer service rep that I would be more than happy to pay for all the work (I also mentioned this to the technician) as soon as I could get an itemized invoice from
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(this was our up-front agreement). That’s when things turned really ugly, and I was pushed to provide credit card information immediately. I refused to provide this information and again, mentioned that I would pay for all reasonable charges as soon as I get an itemized invoice. When I mentioned that
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had confirmed our agreement in writing, the
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of the conversation changed slightly and I was offered a free service call and was repeatedly told how inexpensive the service was. However, we are running a rental business and I insist on invoices. Now, the customer rep upped the pressure by telling me that the technician would be ordered to reverse all work if I did not pay immediately. I refused, referred to the agreement and was told that
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would call me back.
At this time I called the technician and confirmed that I had been talking to his office and that I was waiting for a call from
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to settle the issue. As soon as I finished my discussion with him he received a call from his office, he rushed to the A/C room (my tenant was on the phone with me and told me what was happening) and started to remove the service panels from the A/C, he then pulled cables from the A/C control boards, thereby rendering the A/C inoperable. My tenant asked him several times not to cause any damage and that he would call building security if he did not stop. (I overheard this, still being on the phone). However, the technician then ripped the thermostat off the wall and left the condo unit with my property. I was left with cables hanging from the A/C, open service panels, the thermostat missing, a frustrated and intimidated tenant and a copy of a
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work order document with a
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letterhead.
After inspecting the damage the next day we also discovered that the ‘rewiring’ was partly incorrect and the condensate drain line not capped and sealed (negative pressure system). Btw, the A/C is equipped with an overflow sensor, but apparently the technician never inquired as to why the sensor did not trigger and the drain
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overflowed.
Aside from the questionable quality of their work,
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is a company that is so malicious that they do not hesitate to resort to potentially criminal tactics, such as damaging and/or taking personal property, to get ‘even’ with customers (even at the slightest perception of being wronged). Applying just a little bit of
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, common business sense, it becomes clear that time & materials can be pretty much considered ‘sunk’ cost at the completion of this work and the only way to recover it is through payment from the customer.
However, even though
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was assured plenty of times that payment would be made (even my tenant assured the technician that payment would not be a problem), they followed their vindictive instinct, refused to document their work and rather:
1. Resorted to destructive, criminal tactics and literally stole my property to cause harm
2. Eliminated any
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of getting paid and recovering their cost
3. Lost a potential customer (we have been looking for a reliable, future business partner)
4. Forced me to write this review that will, hopefully, make potential customers think twice about engaging in a business relationship with this company
Well done,
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! This appears to be a case of very short-sighted, vindictive business decision making and customer service gone extremely wrong. Unfortunately, this is exactly the type of conduct that gives this industry such a negative reputation. Btw, I am still waiting for a call from
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We joined Angie’s list about a year ago with the single objective to avoid the criminal behavior that was displayed by
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. We have identified and used painters, shutter fabricators and real estate agents for our businesses with good success. While I understand that Angie’s list works on the basis of customer’s comments, the severity of this example makes me look forward to a response from Angie’s List.
- Elena I.
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All HVAC Contractors in Miami, FL

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1800ALLHOMESERVICES

10767 S Saratoga Drive
Hollywood, FL

1800ALLHOMESERVICES

218 SE 14th St
Miami, FL

24 Hour A/C Emergency

16626 SW 78th Terrace
Miami, FL

24 HOUR AIR SVC

4725 NE 16TH AVE
Fort Lauderdale, FL

24 SEVEN AC & REFRIG INC

10341 JASMINE CT
Hollywood, FL

24/7 A/C Inc

11311 NW 27th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL

32 Degrees Services

19431 NW 59th Pl
Hialeah, FL

3P Mechanical Services, Inc.

3571 NW 99th Ave
Pompano Beach, FL

4 C'S AIR DUCT & DYER VENT

915 SE 14TH CT
Deerfield Beach, FL

4 Star Plumbing Services

730 NW 57 Pl
Fort Lauderdale, FL

911 Home Experts

110 SE 6th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL

A & A MASTER MECHANICAL AIR

7154 N UNIVERSITY DR
Fort Lauderdale, FL

A & B APPLIANCE SERVICE INC

8045 W McNab Rd
Tamarac, FL

A & DAC REFRIGERATION

4670 SW 83RD Terrace
Fort Lauderdale, FL

A & G Retail Maintenance, Corp

11890 SW 8 Street
Miami, FL

A & H Air Conditioning Inc.

15885 NW 16TH CT
Hollywood, FL

A & P EXPORT GROUP INC

2200 W 80TH ST
Hialeah, FL

A & R QUALITY LOGISTICS

10049 NW 89TH AVE
Miami, FL

A A AMERICAN DUCT CLEANING

6490 STIRLING RD
Hollywood, FL

A AAA-At Your Service Inc

10925 SW 125TH ST
Miami, FL

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