WARNING - WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIENCE I'VE EVER HAD! We were threatened, yelled at, called a liar, and hung up on by Roland, while attempting to have a civil conversation about our services. Extremely unprofessional! Additionally, they said we needed work done that turned out to be unnecessary, which makes me question their integrity. Here are the details: Our pilot light on our gas fireplace would not stay lit. Roland came out and after inspecting said that the pilot assembly needed to be replaced. The estimate provided had no breakdown of parts/labor, just one price for the pilot assembly ($425). He said to let him know if we wanted to go forward and he would order the part. Not knowing any better, we agreed. About a week later, I had a day off and we had not heard from Roland yet. I decided to take a look at the fireplace myself. After simply cleaning out the pilot light burner, it worked like a champ. No $425 repair was necessary after all. So, beware of their estimates. But, now for the big issue. We e-mailed them to let them know that we fixed the fireplace and wouldn't need their services. Of course, we did pay $129 for the initial inspection. Roland's reply was, "So am I stuck with part?" We replied that the part was unnecessary and returns should be between him and his vendor. Appliance parts are almost always returnable unopened. This is a part that I've located for $130 on Amazon and is returnable. Again, he was charging us $425. He responded with a ridiculous e-mail about our repair being a binding contract (the repair which turned out to be not needed), and that if he could not sell the part, we would get a bill. So, I picked up the phone to get to the bottom of this, expecting to speak with someone that is a business man thinking about potential future business and not just focusing on a $130 part that he can't return because of who he chooses to get his parts from. Quite the contrary. He started by telling me that he told my wife that if we change our mind then he would be stuck with the part. Not something that a technician would normally say, and definitely not something that he said to my wife. That sort of thing stands out. He said very aggressively that he did say it and maybe next time I should be there for service calls, as if my wife is a liar and can't handle things on her own. Nice touch. That was followed by yelling, "Did you approve the estimate? Did you? Did you?" Again, I tried to discuss this from a business perspective, wanting to say that if he can't return parts once ordered, then he should put this as a statement on his estimate, or in writing somewhere along the way, instead of calling people liars that he forgets to say this to. It just makes business sense. Also, a parts/labor breakdown would then be in order. But, I got to say none of this because before I could respond, he said, "Never call me again!" and hung up on me. Wow. This kind of anger and aggression in dealing with a customer over a cheap part that they didn't even really need is more than alarming. It's scary. I wouldn't recommend trusting him to come into your home, when it takes very little to make him snap.