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  • In the end, I was happy with the work they accomplished, but it was a scheduling hassle.  I think they were overwhelmed with work, and their office manager does not have the best organizational skills.  They missed appointments, and in the end it took around 10 phone calls to get all the work completed.  I ended up working directly with the owner to get everything resolved, who was professional and a stand up guy.
    - David M.
  • Guys arrived early and laid out their plan to me immediately including the new ductwork they were adding that Bill had designed for us (our living room was at least 5-10 degrees Provider name locked. than the rest of the house). They were at the house most of the day and worked up in the attic for long stretches (impressive as it was still in the mid 90s that week). Overall the quality was excellent and they knew what they were doing. To my surprise after all was done and the guys had left, I got a call at the end of the day that the owner wanted to stop by and ensure I was happy with the end product and inspect their work. Provider name locked. came by early the next am and inspected all of their work. I figured since he was there I'd mention the one minor detail about the weather stripping by the front door where it wasn't playing nice with the door handle. Low and behold he went out to his truck, grabbed a couple tools and fixed it to allow the door a snug fit with the weather stripping. I plan to use these guys again in the future when my AC kicks the bucket.
    - Austin E.
  • I contacted Provider name locked. to do a thermal imaging and energy audit of my house, built in 1978.  I already knew I had a lot of problems due to my $1000 energy bill in Provider name locked. of 2014, and the inspection report of my home mentioning many deficiencies.  I just wanted to know what specifically I needed to fix to get the most bang for my buck.  After the audit, they concluded I was completely lacking the proper amount of insulation in both my attics, which anyone could have know.  They also showed with the thermal camera how my wall were heating up, because the cavity space between the wall was not sealed, allowing the hot air in the attic to heat my walls, making my AC even less efficient.  We pointed out that both my AC units were over 10 years old, and had a 1 seer rating.  Since we do not use the upstairs too often, we opted to only replace the downstairs 4 ton unit based on their recs.   As for the efficiency of the duct work (which somehow passed a AustinEnergy Audit previously for sealing), it was atrocious.  They were made out of cardboard, attempted to be sealed with plaster, had probably twelve 90 degree turns in each system, covered in mold.  The flir camera showed that I was losing roughly 60% of my air to my attic.  Also, the plums and return air for both  AC's were completely undersized.  Since sealing the ductwork wasn't an option as it had already passed the Provider name locked. Energy 10 point inspection (sarcasm), we figured it best to redesign the duct work, enlarge the return air intakes, and the discharge air plumes, to allow the units to work with less restrictions.  The last thing the Provider name locked. did was seal off the the wall space from the attic, and add about 16 inches of insulation through out the attics.  My energy bill this Provider name locked. of 2015 vs last Provider name locked. was a two thirds to a half reduction in electrical cost, which is great.  Having a $300- $400 energy bill while keeping the house below 75 degrees vs a $800 - $1000 energy bill only cooling the house to 78 degrees during the summer months is a huge accomplishment.  
     What was best about the Provider name locked. was how they talked to me, and informed me of everything they needed to do.  I knew nothing about AC systems before talking with them, but I am an engineer.  When going through the week points in the system, I knew everything they were telling actual made good engineering sense.  That is why I decided to go with them, even though they ended up being more expensive than the two other quotes I received.  It was their professionalism and their willingness to help me understand the entire system.  In the future, if I would ever have to renovate an old house, I would know exactly what to look for.  Hopefully I won't have to do it for quite a long time though.
    - Walter T.
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