Recent Review: We called Apostle after a three year nightmare with our previous dealer, who installed a brand new system in 2010. Our system was not working again and needed to get it working the way it was supposed to. We were given their name by the Maytag distributor in our area. Apostle is two people, Chris, the owner, and his assistant. It felt good to deal with the person in charge for a change instead of salespeople, which the previous dealer sent out on every call. I called on Wednesday morning, May 8, 2013 with our coil frozen and they came out that afternoon. After pointing out several issues with the original installation, they got our system up and running until they could come back to make permanent fixes on Friday, May 10. They didn't charge us a dime that day and quoted us what we consider a fair price for what they were going to do. Our system was running great after they left and they were both very sympathetic to our situation. We felt like they cared. They arrived on Friday, May 10 right on time and ready to work. Within what seemed like minutes, they had the previous coil removed. It was the wrong coil for our system, the previous dealer didn't have a clue that it was. As soon as Chris opened up the air handler on Wednesday, he knew it was the wrong one and even called the distributor to make sure. The distributor said it was the right one, but placed a call to the manufacturer to double-check. Chris was right, the previous dealer put a coil in our air handler that was causing our system to be WAY less efficient than it should have been. One of the selling points the original dealer used to sell us the new system was that it would have a dehumidifier, which would help a lot with the comfort inside our house. Chris pointed out that this feature was never turned on during the initial installation. All he had to do was flip a switch and it was on. They replaced all the copper tubing with a continuous piece of copper instead of welding joints everywhere, like other dealers do. I am not A/C technician, but even I know that every weld in that tubing creates a point of failure and a potential leak. Again, I am a layman, but everything Chris said to me made sense and he spent the time to make sure I understood why he was doing what he was. About 6 days after the job was complete, Chris called me to see how things were doing. When has your dealer done that? We had a couple of questions because the system was not working like it had been the last three years. We came to find out that it was working exactly like it should have been to begin with. If you are with one of the big guys like we were, you may be better served by a company that is driven by the happiness of their customers rather than squeezing every dollar out of them as possible. Chris, if you are reading this, you have our thanks for being fair and doing the job right the first time.