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Levy & Son
Recent Review: The installers initially didn't understand how to wire in the humidifier so that it would turn on and off electronically; after my husband told them how to do it, they agreed and went back to redo some of their work. Overall, the work is excellent as is the product. Dana, the sales person, is highly informed and educated about his products. Normally we shop around before buying from the first person (especially on a big purchase), but this time we felt so comfortable with Dana's knowledge, that we didn't shop around.
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Force Home Services
Award 2018Super Service Award
Recent Review: I thought that I needed a humidifier for the bedroom wing of my house.  Angie's list was offering a "Big Deal" to have a humidifier and humidistat installed for a discounted price from Force Home Services.  I signed up for the discount.  I thought that the company would contact me to schedule the service.  Turned out that I was to contact them which I did after a month or so.  They scheduled a tech to come out and look at the job.  He arrived on schedule, climbed up into the attic (where the air handler is).  The description of the requirements for the job posted on Angies List indicated that access to a water line (such as in a bathroom) should be within 35 feet (which was the case).  The tech explained that they required access to the water heater to tap into a water supply line.  My water heater is on the other side of my house (about 75 feet away).  The extra labor and material would be about $200. I decided to reevaluate my options.  After buying a simple humidity meter I determined that the air was not as dry as I thought and that a couple of room humidifiers would probably be more cost effective and less difficult to maintain (the new humidifier would have to be located in a rather inaccessible place on my air handler).  Based on this information, I decided to not have the humidifier installed.  The only negative aspect to this experience with Force Home Services was that communication problems (scheduling original appointment and misinformation regarding the access to water).
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Sniders Heat & Air Inc.
Business Description: Family oriented business. We have three highly trained employees. We do not use sub contractors, and are fully licensed/insured.

Reviews in Dallas to Install Central Humidifier

ALevy & Son
The installers initially didn't understand how to wire in the humidifier so that it would turn on and off electronically; after my husband told them how to do it, they agreed and went back to redo some of their work. Overall, the work is excellent as is the product. Dana, the sales person, is highly informed and educated about his products. Normally we shop around before buying from the first person (especially on a big purchase), but this time we felt so comfortable with Dana's knowledge, that we didn't shop around.
- Mary H....
BForce Home Services
I thought that I needed a humidifier for the bedroom wing of my house.  Angie's list was offering a "Big Deal" to have a humidifier and humidistat installed for a discounted price from Force Home Services.  I signed up for the discount.  I thought that the company would contact me to schedule the service.  Turned out that I was to contact them which I did after a month or so.  They scheduled a tech to come out and look at the job.  He arrived on schedule, climbed up into the attic (where the air handler is).  The description of the requirements for the job posted on Angies List indicated that access to a water line (such as in a bathroom) should be within 35 feet (which was the case).  The tech explained that they required access to the water heater to tap into a water supply line.  My water heater is on the other side of my house (about 75 feet away).  The extra labor and material would be about $200. I decided to reevaluate my options.  After buying a simple humidity meter I determined that the air was not as dry as I thought and that a couple of room humidifiers would probably be more cost effective and less difficult to maintain (the new humidifier would have to be located in a rather inaccessible place on my air handler).  Based on this information, I decided to not have the humidifier installed.  The only negative aspect to this experience with Force Home Services was that communication problems (scheduling original appointment and misinformation regarding the access to water).
- Dave B....