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"First of All, I want to make sure that this report stays within customers and clients.If this report goes to this company and if they find out who I am, I will be not very happy and will ask consequences.<br /> <br /> We had major work done in our from this site and evaluated and choose this company since sales guy was personable and company was big enough to handle the scope of work.<br /> <br /> Installer and technical guys does good job but I have to say it is unfortunate that sales person is <strong>misleading</strong>.I think he has an ADHD which what he said in the meeting never followed-up and I have to babysit. <br /> He said it will take 5 days after we evaluated with technical staff and it ends up taking almost 3 weeks.also, this person is very hard to work with based on deferred loan experience. <br /> CEE wants me to pay everything except deferred loan amount. I explained to him at the final walk-through. We used deferred loan program 2 times before.But, Sales person took my credit card number and charged final full amount without even sending an e-mail. I was able to work with CEE but lack of communication just turned me off. He sent this e-mail without calling or e-mail me about my availability.<br /> <br /> "<"
"The experience was fine overall, but don't be fooled by the upfront price. They will estimate everything as the worst case scenario and not give a break when the job goes smoothly. I would much rather pay time and materials and have a fair price at the end of the job. They could not have been out more than $50 in materials on 2 feet of copper pipe and 1 valve. That means that they charged $500 an hour for labor."
"I called for an appointment and spoke to time of arrival would be 8:30-9:30. "
"CenterPoint Energy came out and told me the furnace needed to be replace. So, I contacted - $3,000 expense. I think they were very ethical on the way this was handled."
"After getting several coupons in the "Money Mailer", I called National Furnace & Duct Cleaning and made an appointment. I was under the impression that rotary brushes would be used to clean the ducts, because there is a prominent picture of a rotary brush on the coupon. The guy showed up in a white, unmarked truck, and proceeded to unload a very beat-up looking hose. It was patched all over with tape. I was wondering what the suction power would be if it were full of holes. The guy went downstairs and looked at our ducts and said that in order to do the best job, he would need to cut a hole in the duct in order to put the air compressor into it. After much discussion, we said OK. He did such a bad job cutting this hole (he said he didn't have the right tools) that it looked like a really poorly opened can. Then he stuck the beat-up hose into this hole and went upstairs with an air compressor. He inserted the air compressor wand through the slats in our vent covers. I did not notice until the next morning that he forced apart the slats in the vent covers, badly damaging them! (he really should have removed the vent covers). As he blew air into the upstairs ducts, dust billowed around him. I did not think much was getting sucked up (in fact, the suction power from the hose was practically non-existent; I felt it and it was certainly much, much weaker than my vacuum cleaner). Then he went downstairs and punched a bunch of holes into the rest of the ductwork so he could insert his air compressor. He covered the holes with plastic plugs when he was done. We asked him to do the dryer vent, and he went outside and inserted a special air-compressor wand down into the dryer vent that is supposed to blow the air backwards rather than forwards. I don't think it worked very well, because after that, there was a rattle in the vent when the dryer was on. My husband took the dryer vent hose off of the back of the dryer and there were some pebbles there, which must have gotten loose from someplace. By this point, I was just desperate for the guy to be done and leave, because more and more damage was being done to our house. He had disconnected the hose from the bag by this point (the large bag attached to the truck where all of the dirt from our ducts was supposed to accumulate). The bag was lying on the ground and looked empty! I approached, and there was a tiny mound of stuff inside the bag - it can't have been more than a few ounces. I grabbed my camera and took a picture while he wasn't looking. I also took pictures of the hose and the bad hole in the duct.<br /> I can honestly say that this was THE worst house repair/maintenance experience of my life! I could not believe the disregard that this company has for people's homes: to wreck the dust vent covers, to s*** dust all over the place, to cut multiple holes in the ductwork, and to use a method that DOES NOT WORK!!! That hose had no suction power at all! I regretted not having turned the guy away immediately when I saw the condition of his equipment. Nevertheless, I paid the bill because I was so desperate for the situation to be over. I must admit, now I wonder whether any duct-cleaning companies actually do real work - it seems like a giant scam."
"The primary contact was extremely professional and easy to work with. He had good communication and very detailed as far as identifying what was in the proposal. One reason we went with them was because his proposal was a lot more well-defined than some of the others. We knew exactly what we were getting including the break-up of each one of those, and that was pretty important. He came out a couple of different times to make sure that he knew exactly what we were trying to do with the basement remodel. So the workers knew exactly what they needed to do when they came out. They were prompt, professional and friendly, and they did a great job. Phase II of the project is probably going to start at the end of the year."
All HVAC Contractors in Minneapolis, MN
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11585 272nd Ave NW
712 6th St
Howard Lake, MN
Howard Lake, MN
7674 MERIDIAN AVE S
2718 9th St E
PO Box 702
Waite Park, MN
Waite Park, MN
17330 HENNA AVE N
We are in
2150 Stark Rd W
6601 COURTHOUSE BLVD
6090 PAGENKOPF RD
Maple Plain, MN
Maple Plain, MN
1324 PAYNE AVE
Saint Paul, MN
Saint Paul, MN
12800 HIGHWAY 55
7964 Brooklyn Blvd #705
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