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- Cheri H.
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***WARNING***
On Sept 26th I received a call from a company called
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and cooling. They were offering an annual maintenance offer of $49.99 for a furnace checkup and cleaning as well as $69.99 for an air conditioning checkup and cleaning
I played phone tag with this phone sales person for three days until we finally connected. I scheduled a date for our furnace to be gone through and cleaned for the winter on Sept 26th. A technician by the name of
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arrived at our home and proceeded, to what looked to be, start looking at our furnace.
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took off the gas coupler and the igniter device and said that this was our problem with the system shutting down prior to turning on and that it would need to be replaced. We agreed and stated that we knew there was something going on with it due to it randomly shutting off before it could fully start. I informed
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that I had explained that information to the sales person on the phone and they stated that you would be able to fix it and add it to the $49.99 maintenance fee.
The technician,
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, very calm, quite, laid back demeanor, then proceeds to tell us that in order to do a full inspection of the furnace he will need to completely disassemble it, so that he would be able to see the heat exchanger and all of the inside components. We agreed with
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and allowed him to take the furnace apart to make sure everything was in good order. Once
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had everything taken apart he had laid it out to the side of him on a towel that stretch about three to four feet long. All the parts lying on the floor seemed to be in good order I did not see any holes or broken items or anything that would raise concern.
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proceeded to closely inspect the heat exchanger, explaining that these old clam shell models are notorious for getting tears, holes and cracks in them. As I am watching him inspect this item, I am thinking to myself, I
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’t see anything like that and it looks like it is in good shape, for being 23 years old, no holes, no nothing.
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does not bring attention to any of the other items on the floor. He proceeds to pick up our heat exchanger and take out in my front yard and fills it up with water from our garden hose. I watched the heat exchanger fill up with water and couldn’t seem to find any gaping holes or tears. Water began to leak from the seams where the two clam shell half’s are crimped together as well as very slowly start to leak from the rivets where the two clam’s shells are riveted together. I visually witness these very slow forming water droplets starting to slowly come out of where the rivets are. I think to myself, well ok logically I suppose if metal heats up some gas could escape through this non sealed area but outside of that there is no real problem, no holes or tears or breaks anywhere on the exchanger.
We return inside my house and the tech proceeds to inform me the he is going to have to get his supervisor to look at the heat exchanger because it is leaking from around the four or five rivet holes.
My children and wife are preparing to eat dinner when
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’s supervisor arrives, (very quickly for that matter) within ten minutes. He enters our home and proceeds to say how he can see that a lot of water has been lost out of the heat exchanger.
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’s supervisor’s name is
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Spriap.
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proceeds to state that our furnace is dangerous and by law they cannot turn this furnace back on.
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also states that this furnace is unsafe and that I am are putting my family’s life at risk. He states that code 108.1 states that they are not allowed to turn the furnace on if it is a hazardous situation.
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then begins to apologize and he is sorry and he knows that this is never a good time but our furnace needs to be replaced. I informed
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that I told his phone rep as well as his technician that we were not ready to buy a furnace and that we need to plan for a purchase like this and now I will tell you ( I said to
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), we do not want to buy a furnace there is nothing wrong with ours it has ran fine, less the limit switch issue, for years.
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apologizes again and states that he understands and knows it is never a good time, however he is more than happy to write us up a quote and they do offer financing for the purchase of a new furnace.
At this point I am absolutely in awe as well as furious. I tell
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he needs to put my furnace back together the way it was and yes I will look at his quote.
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writes us up a quote for two furnaces. 1. An 80% efficiency furnace. The same thing that we currently have but new model for $1800 and 1 year labor warranty and 10 years parts warranty and 20yrs on the heat exchanger. The other quote was for $3445 for a 95% efficiency model with the same support.
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apologizes once again and leaves our home. The technician
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is left behind to put the furnace back together with my wife and I standing there watching him, feeling angry, upset, mad and in shock. When
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finished putting the furnace back together I confirmed that is was back to its original state and that we could use it if there was for example an ice age tomorrow and he stated that he was sorry but he was not able to turn it on and that it is against the law and that I should not tell him that I want to run it in case of an ice age.
The next morning I went to work thinking all day, about how these people just came into my house and tore my furnace apart and told me I need to buy a furnace when all along I knew there was nothing wrong with it in the first place less the intermittent limit switch. One of my coworkers recommended I call Costco and have them come out and take a look at it. So I did jus that. I called Costco and set up an appointment to have them come out and give a price on the furnace(because by “Law” mine is broken and has to be replaced). A gentleman by the name of
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with Border Sheet Metal and Heating arrived at my home and looked at the furnace and took a couple of pictures and verbally went over the different options I have with furnaces. I explained our situation and the experience we just went through with
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
and he was very apologetic and felt sorry for us and that we should not have had to go through that and that it is one of their sales tactics.
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also told me that I had the right to call Avista and have them come out and check out our furnace to see if it was truly broken and dangerous. I ran through all the options with
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in regards to a new furnace and we selected two that would be potentials. He stated he would write up some bids and email them to me and that there was no rush.
The next day I called Avista and had them come out to the house. An older fellow by the name of Pat came to our home from Avista and used his CO2 meter and poked the wand in the
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
, down under the home where the ducting is and in the furnace itself, all of this with it running and had been running. I was completely shocked to have him tell me that his meter read 0 in all instances and that when he did an ambient room check his meter read 0-1, but stated that was due to us using our oven an hour prior to his arrival, (Chicken Pot Pies…yummy). Pat also proceeded to tell us that
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
should not have done what they did and if there was a dangerous situation that they should have tagged our furnace with a Haz mat tag and notified Avista. Avista then would have to come out and test the furnace immediately and
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the furnace to be safe or not safe. Pat also informed my wife and me that we were the third house this week that he had visited to test because of this company. In one instance he stated that we should feel lucky , because they actually put our furnace back together and that they had left some little ole ladies furnace all torn apart. I cringed when I heard this and thought how horrible is this. This should be illegal and these companies need to be held accountable. I feel this is a false scare tactic that is inducing customers to purchase a furnace. This is also called a bait and switch sales tactic using their $49.99 furnace maintenance plan as the bait. Pat recommended that we get at least three bids for a furnace and to make sure they itemize every item that is being installed or changed out.
This is my experience with this company and I hope anyone that reads this will have enough foresight to avoid this company and save themselves the pain and anguish of having to deal with the sales tactics that are being used these days.
You can go to the Better Business Bureau and you will find numerous accounts of stories just like mine.
- Grant Y.
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***WARNING***
On Sept 26th I received a call from a company called
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
and cooling. They were offering an annual maintenance offer of $49.99 for a furnace checkup and cleaning as well as $69.99 for an air conditioning checkup and cleaning
I played phone tag with this phone sales person for three days until we finally connected. I scheduled a date for our furnace to be gone through and cleaned for the winter on Sept 26th. A technician by the name of
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
arrived at our home and proceeded, to what looked to be, start looking at our furnace.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
took off the gas coupler and the igniter device and said that this was our problem with the system shutting down prior to turning on and that it would need to be replaced. We agreed and stated that we knew there was something going on with it due to it randomly shutting off before it could fully start. I informed
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
that I had explained that information to the sales person on the phone and they stated that you would be able to fix it and add it to the $49.99 maintenance fee.
The technician,
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
, very calm, quite, laid back demeanor, then proceeds to tell us that in order to do a full inspection of the furnace he will need to completely disassemble it, so that he would be able to see the heat exchanger and all of the inside components. We agreed with
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
and allowed him to take the furnace apart to make sure everything was in good order. Once
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
had everything taken apart he had laid it out to the side of him on a towel that stretch about three to four feet long. All the parts lying on the floor seemed to be in good order I did not see any holes or broken items or anything that would raise concern.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
proceeded to closely inspect the heat exchanger, explaining that these old clam shell models are notorious for getting tears, holes and cracks in them. As I am watching him inspect this item, I am thinking to myself, I
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
’t see anything like that and it looks like it is in good shape, for being 23 years old, no holes, no nothing.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
does not bring attention to any of the other items on the floor. He proceeds to pick up our heat exchanger and take out in my front yard and fills it up with water from our garden hose. I watched the heat exchanger fill up with water and couldn’t seem to find any gaping holes or tears. Water began to leak from the seams where the two clam shell half’s are crimped together as well as very slowly start to leak from the rivets where the two clam’s shells are riveted together. I visually witness these very slow forming water droplets starting to slowly come out of where the rivets are. I think to myself, well ok logically I suppose if metal heats up some gas could escape through this non sealed area but outside of that there is no real problem, no holes or tears or breaks anywhere on the exchanger.
We return inside my house and the tech proceeds to inform me the he is going to have to get his supervisor to look at the heat exchanger because it is leaking from around the four or five rivet holes.
My children and wife are preparing to eat dinner when
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
’s supervisor arrives, (very quickly for that matter) within ten minutes. He enters our home and proceeds to say how he can see that a lot of water has been lost out of the heat exchanger.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
’s supervisor’s name is
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
Spriap.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
proceeds to state that our furnace is dangerous and by law they cannot turn this furnace back on.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
also states that this furnace is unsafe and that I am are putting my family’s life at risk. He states that code 108.1 states that they are not allowed to turn the furnace on if it is a hazardous situation.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
then begins to apologize and he is sorry and he knows that this is never a good time but our furnace needs to be replaced. I informed
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
that I told his phone rep as well as his technician that we were not ready to buy a furnace and that we need to plan for a purchase like this and now I will tell you ( I said to
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
), we do not want to buy a furnace there is nothing wrong with ours it has ran fine, less the limit switch issue, for years.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
apologizes again and states that he understands and knows it is never a good time, however he is more than happy to write us up a quote and they do offer financing for the purchase of a new furnace.
At this point I am absolutely in awe as well as furious. I tell
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
he needs to put my furnace back together the way it was and yes I will look at his quote.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
writes us up a quote for two furnaces. 1. An 80% efficiency furnace. The same thing that we currently have but new model for $1800 and 1 year labor warranty and 10 years parts warranty and 20yrs on the heat exchanger. The other quote was for $3445 for a 95% efficiency model with the same support.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
apologizes once again and leaves our home. The technician
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
is left behind to put the furnace back together with my wife and I standing there watching him, feeling angry, upset, mad and in shock. When
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
finished putting the furnace back together I confirmed that is was back to its original state and that we could use it if there was for example an ice age tomorrow and he stated that he was sorry but he was not able to turn it on and that it is against the law and that I should not tell him that I want to run it in case of an ice age.
The next morning I went to work thinking all day, about how these people just came into my house and tore my furnace apart and told me I need to buy a furnace when all along I knew there was nothing wrong with it in the first place less the intermittent limit switch. One of my coworkers recommended I call Costco and have them come out and take a look at it. So I did jus that. I called Costco and set up an appointment to have them come out and give a price on the furnace(because by “Law” mine is broken and has to be replaced). A gentleman by the name of
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
with Border Sheet Metal and Heating arrived at my home and looked at the furnace and took a couple of pictures and verbally went over the different options I have with furnaces. I explained our situation and the experience we just went through with
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
and he was very apologetic and felt sorry for us and that we should not have had to go through that and that it is one of their sales tactics.
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
also told me that I had the right to call Avista and have them come out and check out our furnace to see if it was truly broken and dangerous. I ran through all the options with
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
in regards to a new furnace and we selected two that would be potentials. He stated he would write up some bids and email them to me and that there was no rush.
The next day I called Avista and had them come out to the house. An older fellow by the name of Pat came to our home from Avista and used his CO2 meter and poked the wand in the
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
, down under the home where the ducting is and in the furnace itself, all of this with it running and had been running. I was completely shocked to have him tell me that his meter read 0 in all instances and that when he did an ambient room check his meter read 0-1, but stated that was due to us using our oven an hour prior to his arrival, (Chicken Pot Pies…yummy). Pat also proceeded to tell us that
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
should not have done what they did and if there was a dangerous situation that they should have tagged our furnace with a Haz mat tag and notified Avista. Avista then would have to come out and test the furnace immediately and
Coeur D Alene HVAC Contractors Provider Name Locked
the furnace to be safe or not safe. Pat also informed my wife and me that we were the third house this week that he had visited to test because of this company. In one instance he stated that we should feel lucky , because they actually put our furnace back together and that they had left some little ole ladies furnace all torn apart. I cringed when I heard this and thought how horrible is this. This should be illegal and these companies need to be held accountable. I feel this is a false scare tactic that is inducing customers to purchase a furnace. This is also called a bait and switch sales tactic using their $49.99 furnace maintenance plan as the bait. Pat recommended that we get at least three bids for a furnace and to make sure they itemize every item that is being installed or changed out.
This is my experience with this company and I hope anyone that reads this will have enough foresight to avoid this company and save themselves the pain and anguish of having to deal with the sales tactics that are being used these days.
You can go to the Better Business Bureau and you will find numerous accounts of stories just like mine.
- Grant Y.
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We contact
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because they had purchased the company that last serviced our heating and cooling equipment. Our hot water tank pilot light kept going out. First service rep came out and "cleaned" the pilot light area. Said that should fix it. Charged us $75.
A few days later, pilot light went out again.
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came back out and said it was a faulty pilot light. They ordered the part and replaced it a week later. Charged us $200+.
A week later the pilot light was out again. They came back and said its the tank and that we needed to replace it to the tune of $2,500.00. To which we said not thanks.
Ended up getting a the same size water heater from
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installed for $1,100.00.
While they were prompt and courteous, their level of knowledge regarding repairs seemed limited. It also felt like they were constantly trying to up-sell us. Would have been better if they had offered to remove the part they put in and refund the work they did in not fixing the water heater.
- Ahren S.
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At first they thought it was a fuse but the air conditioning failed again just a few hours after the technician left. We decided since it was after hours to call back in the morning. They came right out on Saturday and realized that a transformer was also bad. The company called us on Monday and adjusted the bill and only charged us for the Saturday call at normal weekday rates. It was very nice to have the repairs done at a fair price. Everyone was very professional.
- Annette F.
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I called 3 AC repair companies. They all told me 24-48 hours and their after hours repair was expensive. When I called
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she gave me their after hours charges which were the price of the other companies regular fees so I told her to schedule. The repairman was at my house within the hour and arrived so close to regular hours that he didn't charge me overtime fees. My air conditioner was up and running in no time. The only down side was the fact that it was a very inexpensive fuse that was replace and the charge was over $100 plus the service call. I was a little surprised but then again I don't think they are out of line with other companies. All in all I was very happy.
- Annette F.
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Day 1: The installer came to our home at 7:00 am. He opened the door - without knocking - and proceeded to shut the door on my puppy's head when he realized the dog could get out. Our installation was done in 2006.
I knew they were going to "cut out the ceiling" where the heat pump went. I did not know they would remove the ceiling from the entire room.
I had received several estimates for the job and thought they all had included "protecting furniture, carpet, and belongings with plastic."
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did not put down any plastic. Nor did they ask me, "Would you like to move cover up your stuff or move it?" They cut away drywall, cut away ceilings, and sawed through wood without protecting any of my things. When I into the basement after the first day, I had a melt down. Apparently, the person who bids the job is supposed to make be on-site prior to start of construction (to make sure this sort of thing doesn't happen) but he was unable to be there.
Within three days of installation, our home was freezing cold. We called several times and the staff kept telling us, "You are just used to wood heat, a heat-pump is different because it circulates room temperature air." Nobody came to check the system. We then received an electric bill for approximately $250. I called Border and demanded that someone come check our system. Four men in suits arrived. The system had clicked into "emergency heat" because the refrigerant pressure was too high. They apologized, removed some of the refrigerant, and our heat pump began to work.
We also discovered they had quoted 9 ducts on the upper level and 6 in the basement. Border installed only 8 of the ducts. They repeatedly stated they had done 9 and it took us quite a while before someone would come to our home so we could prove we had only 8 ducts installed. They did put in another duct.
I found a separate heating contractor to maintain our system after that, but the problems continued.
The summer of 2008, we had to replace the valve for the refrigerant. (I believe it is because they had put in too much and the valve broke due to pressure.) Our warranty covered the part, but we paid $258 in labor to have it replaced.
Our heat-pump was hit by a car in 2011 and when it was replaced, the replacing company told us the first pump had not been installed correctly. The pad was too small and the heat-pump was not raised off the ground enough to keep ice from forming on the heat pump. (Our pump had shut down the winter of 2010 and went into "emergency power" mode. We didn't understand how important the pump being off the ground was.)
Fast forward to now, 2013. During our kitchen remodel we discover that the "vent" for the kitchen was not connected to the transfuser. The air was simply blowing around under the cabinet. No wonder our kitchen was always cold. Border told me today on the phone that this is "standard." No, it's not. Other companies don't work that way. In heating, it's important to seal the heated or cooled air in the duct work until it is released into the room.
Border also said they "could not" have hooked the duct to the transfer. This is not true at all. The room beneath our kitchen has a hot water heater in it and no ceiling. It would have been easy for them to connect it properly.
Remember the room they removed the ceiling in? The duct work is so uneven and slopes in such a way that we have been unable to come up with an idea to replace the ceiling.
My experience with
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is that it's been a never ending nightmare and the worst financial mistake we have ever made.
- Melinda C.
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No complaints. Professional, On Time, Removed all old materials and all this was done by very experienced installers. From sales to installation this was easy and painless and at a fair price. Would recommend to anyone.
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- Gregory P.
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Overall very good experience. I was given options and prices for the repairs before the work started. I would not hesitate use this company again if needed.
- Dale L.
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When we inquired about replacing our old oil fired boiler with a gas boiler
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from
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came to our home and looked at the project, took measurements and pictures. He returned with an estimate and explained step by step the entire process. We had the gas line brought to our property and the next day the installers,
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and
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went right to work removing our old boiler and installing the new one. It was scheduled to be a three day project and
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in the office kept us informed as to the crew's work schedule. They were always on time and finished on time. It was apparent that
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and
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were experienced and professional. It was a relief to have our old oil boiler gone and the new efficient boiler installed just in time for winter. Warm house, lower energy costs, HAPPY HOMEOWNERS!

- Joy C.
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1800REMODEL

5850 West Third St.
Los Angeles, CA

A MOBILE AUTO DOC

PO BOX 9245
Spokane, WA

A NU LOOK CARPET & UPHOLSTERY

802 E BEST AVE
Coeur D Alene, ID

AAA Heating & Air

11006 E. Empire
Spokane, WA

AAROW MECHANICAL & HEATING

3425 W SELTICE WAY
Coeur D Alene, ID

ACI HEATING & COOLING

3001 N CRESTLINE ST
Spokane, WA

ACI Northwest, Inc.

6600 N Government Way
Dalton Gardens, ID

ADVANCED HEATING & AIR COND

10643 N GOVERNMENT WAY
Hayden, ID

Air Assurance

Spokane, WA

AIR CONTROL HEATING & ELECTRIC

7203 E NORA AVE
Spokane, WA

Air Pro

5629 E Broadway Ave # B
Spokane, WA

AIR TECH

7820 N FRANKLIN ST
Coeur D Alene, ID

Airco Mechanical LLC

PO Box 654
Veradale, WA

Aire Serv Heating & Air

3815 E Trent Ave.
Spokane, WA

AMERICAN AIR

p.o. box 974
Post Falls, ID

ANDY'S HEATING COOLING & GUTTERS

7800 N GOVERNMENT WAY
Coeur D'alene, ID

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