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Peoria HVAC Contractors Reviews

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was very courteous and helpful. I wasn't told when I scheduled the appointment that the $60 inspection was per furnace. When he arrived he asked how many units I had. I said two and quickly explained that the price would be double what I thought it would be. I could see the logic in it. At the same time I thought they could have told me when I made the appointment.
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arrived timely and was professional. When he explained I would need a new capacitor I was shocked to learn that it would be an additional $169 for the part. I had him put it on, but felt the company was gouging me with the price. This part couldn't cost more than $10
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to manufacture. So by the time it was all done I was into it $298. I don't think I will go to them again without checking with others first. I did like
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; he knew his stuff.
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"The process with
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started out well. A day after I purchased the special offer I was contacted by the companies scheduler who worked with me to find a time slot that would work for me and my schedule.
The day of the service the technician arrived a couple of minutes early and took the time to explain the audit process, what he was going to, what he needed access to, how long the process would take, and what I could expect at the end. During the process he showed me around and explained some of the thermal images he was taking. Upon completion of the audit the technician explained that it would take 5 to 7 days to get my 'customized' report back with details and recommended changes / repairs.
The audit was very thorough. Up until this point I was impressed with the process.
Approximately two weeks after the audit I had not received the report. I called
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and was told that they were finalizing the pricing on one of the repair recommendations. Five days later, almost three full weeks after the audit I received my "Customized Report'.
The report is where the results were less satisfactory. As part of the initial discussion
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had requested two years of energy use data from APS. This is interesting because the first customized part of the report on page two is detailed look at your energy usage costs and a breakdown of 'Baseline' and 'Cooling' costs. On my customized report I have a SAMPLE bill detailed out. I do not understand why I provided the data if it is not going to be included in the report.
The part is even more ridiculous. Page three has pictures of sample AC units and the 'MY CONCERNS' portion is again a list of sample customer concerns and not the 4 items that I had detailed out twice (once to dispatch and once to the technician). To me this is absolutely crazy. I do not know if all reports are full of samples, or if my report is a one-off but I was disappointed.
Finally was the repairs that were quoted.
One repair was to correct a perceived static buildup due to insufficient release ductwork causing the system to 'work to hard', '
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efficiency' and 'potentially burn out quicker'. I reached out to another A-rated Angie's list mechanical contractor to get a second opinion. First was a blind quote to perform the same work quoted by
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. The quote second quote came back more than 40% cheaper. Now the final straw. Upon providing the quote they strongly advised against the work as it was not necessary. In fact they told me that there was now return airflow issue, but the opposite. There was a small issue with with the discharge ductwork. Not quite enough air discharging from the system.
All in all the dispatch and technician were pleasant, but non of my concerns were addressed, the report was a complete disappointment, one of the recommended repairs turns out is completely unnecessary.
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"The service went as expected. Technician arrived on time and performed the services requested. I do not have a strong working knowledge of AC units or Heating and Cooling in general. That being said I have no idea if the recommended replacement of the units 'Start Capacitors' was truly necessary and they were quite pricy. I did the replacement as I was informed by the technician they typically last 5 to 7 years and my unit was 7 years old. He said they looked worn and were likely causing me to
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efficiency on my units. My $40 service jumped to just under $500. After researching the capacitors online, I am quite certain I was charged high end retail for the capacitors plus a hefty installation premium. This is the reason that I would likely not use Dynamic in the future.
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"On a Saturday night my toilet was leaking so much it had gone into the next room closet before it was discovered. I was having a party at the time and one person at my home recommended
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because they would come out on a Sunday. They called the company for me right then on a Saturday night, last night, and someone from the company called this morning and within an hour the gentleman plumber was here fixing it. He said it was an easy fix and that as as long as he was here could he make the call worthwhile by checking out anything else. By the way the $39 service charge is waved for services done. I had him replace some older parts on that toilet and the same on the other toilet, as well as some rusted bolts on the inside of the other tank. The serviceman was prompt, polite and efficient.
I thought the Sunday call would cost more but it did not.
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F
"A technician/salesman, Neima, arrived to conduct our semi-annual system inspection on the scheduled date. This was our second service with
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, who acquired our contract when Deer Valley Mechanical went out of business. Neima showed us a photo of dust accumulation on our AC blower, and told us, with great urgency, that our almost-new system was getting into serious trouble. He said the company that had installed our AC three years ago, and had serviced it for two years, had withheld important information from us in that they did not explain that we must have our blower and coil thoroughly cleaned every year with an acid wash--and that this was not part of our regular maintenance contract, but costs an additional $400.
Then he said that he had a product that could prevent our having to do this every year: an Activ Tek 2000 Air Scrubber for $1695.00 (plus tax). We were shocked that we had never heard of this in our 15 years in this house. He said that was the reason we had to replace our old system after 11 years--it would have lasted longer if we'd had this equipment. Then he called his boss, the owner,
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, and with great drama explained that we were distressed at having never known about this product, and asked if
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could make a special offer to us. So the price came down to $1395.00 (plus tax), including the $400 wash service. We still wanted time, but Neima kept pressuring us, saying this was a special offer and if we didn't take it now, we'd have to pay more--$1695 plus $400 for the blower/coil wash. I objected to this tactic, and insisted on talking with the owner, but couldn't get through on the main number. So Niema called
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again, and let me talk with
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on Neima's cell phone.
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(as the person I talked with identified himself) agreed to give us two days to decide, saying we could purchase the equipment and wash at that time and at the $1395 price. My husband had to leave for an appointment, and Niema continued to try to talk me into buying the air scrubber, while I tried to research it online. He even brought the equipment into the house, in a box, and set it on my desk. Then he sat beside me and used my computer to find Web site discussions among technicians, at a site called HVAC-Talk, to convince me that we must have this equipment. More than an hour had passed, it was after 6 pm, and he insisted that I at least let him wash the system. He said that if we decided later to buy the air scrubber, the cost would be included in the $1395 (otherwise it would be $400). Feeling exhausted, distressed, and afraid that he might not leave, I told him to install the equipment, signed for it, and gave him our credit card information.
Neima had said that the wash would take two to three hours, and installation of the air scrubber would take about a half hour. But he was completely finished with everything in a half hour. He showed me a photo of our blower that was supposed to be clean, and I didn't see any difference, other than a black streak on one blade that was missing from the "before" photo. He explained that it was black in the first photo because he had wet-wiped that spot with his finger. But now it was all white, as if it hadn't been cleaned at all, so I don't know if he actually cleaned it, despite his overly-dramatic shock at my not being able to see the change. As for the acid wash, he said he sprayed a chemical onto the coil, and that did the job--no photos (before or after).
To make matters worse, after Neima left, the AC stopped working. I had to call him back--he had left his cell phone number. He was reluctant to return, so I offered to call the office and have another technician come out. He said the dispatcher would make him return anyway, so he'd be here in 40 minutes, which he was. My husband had returned by that time, so I felt safe. It took Niema about 1/2 hour to find the trouble--he explained that when he installed the air scrubber, a copper wire had become detached from a contact.
I do not believe that we need this equipment. He told us it was optional, but that our system would fail soon if we didn't get it. I feel scammed, but I take responsibility for making the the decision to proceed, even though I felt I was doing so under duress.
If a
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technician comes into your home, be prepared. And if you know people even older than us (we're in our 60's) who might succumb to this kind of sales pressure, please try to be with them during the technician's visit--I thought I knew better, but I still folded under the pressure.

UPDATE: This is a continuation of my previous review about a technician intimidating us into buying equipment we did not want. The situation has gone from bad to worse. After posting my review on Angie's list,
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called to ask how to "make the situation right." He agreed to remove the unwanted equipment and refund the equipment-portion of our payment, and asked if, in return, I would delete my Angie's List review--to which I agreed. A technician removed the equipment on November 13. I waited two weeks for the refund, and then called.
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said the check had been mailed. I called again three days later when the check had not arrived, and another person said the check had just been mailed. Four days later, no check; I called again and talked with
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who said he would make sure we got the check. That was five business-days ago--still no check. I called today and was asked to leave a message. The woman said he would call back within a half hour, after I told her I was going to file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. Never heard from him.

Update #2:
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, also known as Southwest Holdings Group, Inc. and Deer Valley Mechanical, filed for bankruptcy in Arizona Bankruptcy Court under Case # 2:13-bk-18780. We obtained our refund only after registering a dispute with Visa. Fortunately, we had paid by credit card, so the bank intervened on our behalf.
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checks my AC twice a year and last year I had them clean the air ducts. That service was fantastic, everything was protected, they came in and checked every duct, explained what was going on with the equipment they were using, gave me a verbal report which was followed by a written report.. The people were very professional and considerate and personable. Really a very competent company and crew.
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"They inspected our A/C and looked in the attic for any problems. As far as I can tell, they did a great job. Very nice man that did the work. Was very responsive to questions and treated my inquisitive 8 year old very kindly.
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"He responded quickly to our call which was good since we were going out of town. He diagnosed the problem and, since the parts weren't immediately available, repaired it when we were out of town. Everything was working fine when we returned.
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"Apparently the fan went out on my AC unit, it was a good thing that the technician Mace had one on his truck. He spent about 2 hours diagnosing the problem and fixing it, I thought he did a real good job. As for the clogged toilet, I know it would be a fast fix and it cost a lot more than if I would have tried to do it myself, but it was worth paying a few extra bucks to have it done fast."
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"My A/C unit stopped blowing cool air, and I found this company's ad in the newspaper. I'm a busy guy and don't have a lot of time to deal with these issues, but a broken AC is an emergency. They sent someone out the same day and inspected my A/C. The guy instantly identified the problem which was a blown capacitor. He said it was a common issue and had a replacement part on hand. He switched it out and then discovered I was low on freon. He replaced that too. Everything was great until I got the bill. They charged me $269 for the capacitor. At the time I knew almost nothing about ACs and the cost to repair them. I just paid the bill and rushed off to work. Later I came to realize how badly they ripped me off. Turns out the retail price (not wholesale) for a capacitor ranges between $10 and $40. A quick Internet
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will validate that. I understand the need to make money, but $269 is an outrageous markup on a capacitor. They also charged me $65 for the Service Call. This company preys on the ignorance of their customers. Sure I could have done some research and told them to take a hike for that price. However, as a customer I don't want to deal with a company that requires me to validate their prices are reasonable. As a customer I just want to deal with a fair company that charges reasonable prices for the parts. Apparently that is too much to ask, so I've learned my lesson and will be more careful in the future. Overall, this is not an honest or fair company and I highly recommend avoiding them.
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All HVAC Contractors in Peoria, AZ

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(NAMC) NAHORODNY AM Corp

34017 N. 55th St
Cave Creek, AZ

24/7 AC

1318 E Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ

72 Degrees A/C & Heating

40 N Central Ave
Phoenix, AZ

A & M Mechanical LLC

PO Box 43136
Phoenix, AZ

A Able Handyman Services

3853 W. Brown St.
Phoenix, Az

A J ICE MAN

7048 W EAGLERIDGE LN
Peoria, AZ

A PEORIA PLUMBING

PO Box 2328
Peoria, AZ

A QUALITY HVAC Services LLC

1300 s litchfield rd #A480
Goodyear, AZ

A Stepp Above Service Company

2430 S Mill Ave
Tempe, AZ

A-ABLE REDDI SERVICES

2401 N 24TH AVE
Phoenix, AZ

A-C SOLUTIONS AIR CONDITIONING

9215 W BUCKSKIN TRL
Peoria, AZ

A.C's AC & Heating

Phoenix, AZ

A/C Handyman

1334 West Pepper Place
Mesa, AZ

A1 Dryer Vent Cleaning LLC

1288 S Cholla St
Gilbert, AZ

aa auto electric

2312 W Barwick Dr
Phoenix, AZ

AAA COOLING SPECIALISTS

16413 N 91st St
Scottsdale, AZ

Aaron's AC & Appliance

Scottsdale, AZ

AARON'S MECHANICAL SVC

5156 W Olive Ave
Glendale, AZ

ABSOLUTE AIR TECHNOLOGIES LLC

3641 E LAVENDER LN
Phoenix, AZ

Absolute Comfort Cooling & Htg

5711 W Mclellan Rd
Glendale, AZ