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    FOR Energy
    Nice guy, presented a very long pitch for their services. I needed attic insulation and duct sealing on a 900 sq ft house. His bid, with redoing some duct work, was over $7000.00. The duct work is all within a tiny fraction of the square footage of the very small house. How can this cost $7000? And the contract has a clause that does not allow the purchaser to say anything negative, in texts, emails, social media or to the Better Business Bureau about their products or services, OR face a law suit for many thousands of dollars. This is supposedly not allowed for Angie's List businesses, but it was in writing in the bid.
    - CARLA T.
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    Convenient Home Services, Inc.
    Convenient Home Services, Inc. (480) 988-0098 H i Melissa, We would like to thank you for being such as a great client - you really inspire us and we look forward to your feedback. Your YELP Review: Quit looking at other companies and hire these guys! I've never found a more professional, customer -oriented , competent company than CHS. In only two days they completed all the duct work and installed the air conditioner. They left the house in immaculate condition and followed up to make sure that we were 100% satisfied with their work. (Because they are certified by SRP, I never doubted that the work would be top-notch). I did a lot of research before deciding to hire them. With all sincerity, I can say that I feel very lucky that I found
    - MELISSA R.
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    FOR Energy
    I would highly recommend FOR Energy if you are looking to upgrade to more energy efficient windows. I live in a condo that was built in the late 70s and the original windows were horrible. They contacted my HOA directly to get approval for the new windows. The job also required some minor stucco repair and they coordinated that as well. I couldn't be happier with the process and end result!
    - Kaitlin K.
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    Horizon Energy Systems
    Went pretty good! I was impressed by how much knowledge the installer had-The results were better than I expected-I am already saving money my first month! I am isually very skeptical of something new but I would recommend these guys to my family
    - susan h.
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    FOR Energy
    Jen & Jermaine came out to my house to do an evaluation. They showed me pictures of how my house was leaking air through the attic & my ducts were leaking. They informed me of how i can get discounts through APS to help get the work done. I just had the work completed & everyone was on time, courteous & respctful. i Highly recommend having Jen come to your house to do check up. If your home was sick how would you know?
    - Raffi k.
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    FOR Energy
    From start to finish, For Energy constantly exceeded my expectations! Alvin was sent to do the home assessment & he was very professional. The guys that completed the actual work were respectful. I would recommend this service to anyone! I was very impressed.
    - Nicole D.
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    Ideal Energy LLC
    Not well. Spent a lot of money and saw no difference in my energy usage. First company that did the energy audit said I did not need insulation. Ideal Energy said that I did need insulation. I should have listened to the first company. APS did not seem concerned when I notified them of my concern. APS HOME ENERGY PROGRAM- BUYER BEWARE Under the Arizona Public Service (APS) Home Energy Program, I received energy audits from two companies APS had listed in their program. Magic Touch Air Conditioning and Heating concluded on September 27, 2011, ���the insulation in your home is adequate��� but recommended duct-sealing. On July 28, 2015, I had a second evaluation done by Mr. Alex Williams of Ideal Energy who told me that I needed $1,900 worth of insulation as well as duct-sealing. They used a heat-sensing device to show me hot spots on my interior walls near where they meet the exterior walls that led me to believe that, in fact, I did need additional insulation. I asked Mr. Williams why he thought Magic Touch would say that my insulation was adequate. Mr. Williams said that Magic Touch doesn���t do much insulation work themselves and that they contract it out and don���t make much on it. I hired Ideal Energy to seal my ductwork in 2015 and add insulation in early 2016. As of the end of July, 2016 I have seen absolutely no reduction in my energy use compared to the same months before I had the ducts sealed or the insulation installed. We have kept our thermostat at the same temperature setting pre and post-insulation until the end of July 2016. I then belatedly called Magic Touch and asked them if they do their own insulation work. They said they do and that they do a lot of it. I called APS who connected me with Greg Morris, Energy Auditor with FSL Home Improvements, the contractor that administers this program for APS. Mr. Morris came to our house on July 5 and he could not explain why I had not realized any energy savings. I asked him to point his heat-sensing device at the walls where Ideal Energy had detected hot spots. Mr. Morris also had high temperature readings in these areas but said it is ���normal��� and not possible to insulate those corner areas very well. Mr. Morris said it looked like Ideal Energy had done a good job on both the duct-sealing and the insulation installation. Mr. Morris asked me why I didn���t go with the recommendation of Magic Touch. I told him it was because of the temperature readings Mr. Williams showed me on my walls. He suggested I contact Ideal Energy. After a phone call and an email, I finally reached Mr. Williams at Ideal Energy, explained my concern, and he said he would send Chris out. Mr. Williams requested my energy usage for the past 2 years and I sent it to him on September 26. I also contacted Marla at FLS and she said that they only are involved with making sure the work is done properly and not whether or not it is actually needed in the first place. She said perhaps we didn���t see any energy savings but that maybe the house was more comfortable after the work was done. In August and September, 2016, after noticing no reduction in our energy use (or bill) from the new insulation and duct sealing, we started to use ���super-cooling���, keeping our thermostat at about 68 or 70 degrees from 7 pm until noon and at 79 the remainder of the day. We reduced our peak hours energy use under the APS "Time Advantage" program by over half, saved money and, surprisingly, even reduced our over-all energy use. Mr. Williams and his staff contacted me and set up an inspection of the work done for October 20. Mr.Williams inspected the work and did a pressure test with a fan in the door and checked all the vents. He concluded that there were a few areas that could use more insulation and sealing. His crew did the additional work on Oct. 21. Mr. Williams asked me to send him the comparison data from APS for the past two years and that he would try to "drill down" and find out why we had seen no reduction in energy use. I sent him that information on Nov. 7, 2016. As of July 3, 2017, I have not heard back from Mr. Williams. As of May, 2017, absent the ���super-cooling method��� we still have seen no reduction in our energy use. I suspect that the first contractor was right, that I did not need any additional insulation in the first place. My advice to future potential participants in this program is to get an unbiased evaluation from a professional not connected with this program who is not in the business of selling or installing insulation or sealing ductwork (perhaps a good home inspector) before deciding whether or not to participate. Arizona Public Service logo Acct # *****1287 You used 26% more than your neighbors. Efficient Neighbors 703 kWh All Neighbors 1,029 kWh You 1,294 kWh Sep 8, 2016 - Oct 6, 2016 This comparison is based on approx. 90 nearby homes that are most similar to yours. Learn more.
    - thomas g.
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    Ideal Energy LLC
    The Ideal Energy team was great to work with. The installation/work took two days and they were professional, punctual and efficient. They also provided us with a great financing package. I would highly recommend Ideal Energy.
    - Max H.
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    REEis
    A friend could not recommend REEis highly enough. The word was that although they were not the cheapest, they would go above and beyond on every level. That was consistent with what they delivered. The technician came out and spent a great deal of time assessing and explaining the project, including some needed updates to our vent system. I checked Consumer Reports on the brand of unit they were selling. Unlike our regular A/C service which was pushing a unit rated very poor on breakdowns, REEis was installing top of the line, highly reliable units. They completed the job on time. After the work was complete, we had an issue with the appearance of the unit because of where it was located on the roof. We brought it up to the project manager, and he was fully committed to working out the problem even if it would cost him on the job. He proposed several different creative solutions, and in the end we settled on a different location for the unit. That's great customer service if you ask me and it lived up to my friend's recommendation.
    - John D.
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    Power Down America, LLC
    Anything electrical, AC, appliances, etc. were inspected and logged, the entire house was inspected, floor plan, size, windows,, doors, attic, etc. were inspected and logged, then all systems were tested for efficacy and logged, latter a report was created and recommendations were supplied, some we new and some we did not, very through report.
    - John M.
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