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WEIDNER REFRIGERATION INC
Recent Review: I called the guy who installed our geothermal unit and he didn't have time to come and fix it and so he recommended Weidner. I'm always going to use Weidner from here on out. Weidner was much more experienced in geothermal and was a pleasure to deal with. They fixed several things that the original installer got wrong. They educated us on how to best use the geothermal unit and got it fixed and running in no time. They even followed up on us to make sure it was still running as expected.
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Kale Heating & Cooling
Business Description: Kale Heating and Air Conditioning is a 24/7 Service Heating and Cooling Company that specializes in the installation and repair of residential Furnaces and A/C Systems, Boilers, Radiant Heating, Ventilation Systems, Geothermal Systems, Major credit cards accepted and financing available.
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Pemberton Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.
Business Description: Heating and Air Conditioning Service replacement and installation
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Nowell's Heating, A/C & Refrigeration Inc
Business Description: We are a full service HVAC company, that is fully insured and certified. We offer our customers up front pricing, written estimates and financing. We also offer a service agreement to our customers that includes us coming out to do a spring clean and tune on the household A/C unit and fall clean and tune on the household furnace. With this signed agreement the customer also gets 15% off any job through the year.
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Yard Heating & Cooling
Recent Review: George Yard came out and gave us a very competitve quote. He was very nice and walked us through how the system worked and answered all our questions. Furthermore, he customized options to meet our needs with little or no change in the original quote. Also, we had to meet time dealines to receive incentives and he made sure we met them. He's been out a couple times since installation to review his employees work, to make sure it was set up properly, and answer questions we had. Geothermal is new to us so we bombarded him with questions, which he had no problems with. His employees are great; they are reliable and know what they're doing. I highy reccomend this business.
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Arnold Brothers Heating & Cooling
Recent Review: We've used them since we first came to town. It took them long to respond because everybody was having problems at the same time. I think they probably responded as quickly as they could.
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Town & Country Services
Recent Review: I called on a Saturday for an estimate and had Jason show up in a hour to take a look at the work I needed. We discussed what I wanted done. I received an estimate in about 3 days time. It was to my satisfaction, so I scheduled the work. On the appointed day within 30 minutes of the time we agreed up, 3 men (Jason, Matt and Tommy) showed up to do the work. It was a difficult project because the space where the boiler could go was very limited. Each man took a different task. In about 8 hours the boiler was installed, but not ready to run since there was a bit more work to do, so they came back the next day to finish it off and test the system. Everything seemed to work as expected except the pressure in the boiler was too high. The solution was to add an expansion tank which cured the problem. After purging the system of air, things began to work just fine and the new boiler was doing its job. They cleaned up after themselves and left the area clean. I am very happy with the work performed, and would recommend them to anybody.
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Fowler Heating & Cooling
Recent Review: Issues during and subsequent to the installation: 1. The drilling work was subcontracted, The drilling was conducted during a period when I was not home to observe. That was not an issue.  However, upon return a week later, I found a large area of drilling residue on the grass.  It had dried to a concrete like layer between 1/4" and 1/2" thick.  It covered an area twenty to forty feet in diameter around each hole. A trench was later dug to connect the drilled holes.  When that trench was refilled much of dried residue was scraped into the trench. 2. A trench was dug to install the refrigerant lines between the drilled holes and house. Refrigerant lines were installed, and the trench refilled. The fill overflowed one to two feet higher than the original surface of the lawn. I was told this was to be expected, that the fill would settle to ground level.  The summer has been very dry.  With hand watering the fill has settled about 50% in 6 months but certainly not enough to allow replanting of the grass. 3. The trench was hand dug under the foundation to allow connecting the geothermal refrigerant lines to the geothermal unit. Before refilling I asked that additional effort be made to waterproof the under-foundation trenched area.  Three months later, after a very heavy rain, standing water appeared in the crawl space. I was hoping this issue would be resolved when the trench fill has fully settled.  I have not yet asked for assistance.   I have been very impressed by the professionalism of Fowler Heating and Cooling.  This includes all workers, and the sales staff personnel. Prior to, during installation, and in follow-up service to this new geothermal heating and cooling system they have been excellent. That is not to say there were no installation or service problems, but those that have occurred have been very professionally handled.
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Peters Heating & Air Conditioning
Recent Review: They were prompt, thorough, and knowledgeable.  I had a few issues after the work, but they responded quickly and to my satisfaction.
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Reviews in Ramsey to Install Geothermal Heating

AYard Heating & Cooling
George Yard came out and gave us a very competitve quote. He was very nice and walked us through how the system worked and answered all our questions. Furthermore, he customized options to meet our needs with little or no change in the original quote. Also, we had to meet time dealines to receive incentives and he made sure we met them. He's been out a couple times since installation to review his employees work, to make sure it was set up properly, and answer questions we had. Geothermal is new to us so we bombarded him with questions, which he had no problems with. His employees are great; they are reliable and know what they're doing. I highy reccomend this business.
- Barbara C....
AArnold Brothers Heating & Cooling
We've used them since we first came to town. It took them long to respond because everybody was having problems at the same time. I think they probably responded as quickly as they could.
- Jeannie W....
ATown & Country Services
I called on a Saturday for an estimate and had Jason show up in a hour to take a look at the work I needed. We discussed what I wanted done. I received an estimate in about 3 days time. It was to my satisfaction, so I scheduled the work. On the appointed day within 30 minutes of the time we agreed up, 3 men (Jason, Matt and Tommy) showed up to do the work. It was a difficult project because the space where the boiler could go was very limited. Each man took a different task. In about 8 hours the boiler was installed, but not ready to run since there was a bit more work to do, so they came back the next day to finish it off and test the system. Everything seemed to work as expected except the pressure in the boiler was too high. The solution was to add an expansion tank which cured the problem. After purging the system of air, things began to work just fine and the new boiler was doing its job. They cleaned up after themselves and left the area clean. I am very happy with the work performed, and would recommend them to anybody.
- Jim G....
AFowler Heating & Cooling
Issues during and subsequent to the installation: 1. The drilling work was subcontracted, The drilling was conducted during a period when I was not home to observe. That was not an issue.  However, upon return a week later, I found a large area of drilling residue on the grass.  It had dried to a concrete like layer between 1/4" and 1/2" thick.  It covered an area twenty to forty feet in diameter around each hole. A trench was later dug to connect the drilled holes.  When that trench was refilled much of dried residue was scraped into the trench. 2. A trench was dug to install the refrigerant lines between the drilled holes and house. Refrigerant lines were installed, and the trench refilled. The fill overflowed one to two feet higher than the original surface of the lawn. I was told this was to be expected, that the fill would settle to ground level.  The summer has been very dry.  With hand watering the fill has settled about 50% in 6 months but certainly not enough to allow replanting of the grass. 3. The trench was hand dug under the foundation to allow connecting the geothermal refrigerant lines to the geothermal unit. Before refilling I asked that additional effort be made to waterproof the under-foundation trenched area.  Three months later, after a very heavy rain, standing water appeared in the crawl space. I was hoping this issue would be resolved when the trench fill has fully settled.  I have not yet asked for assistance.   I have been very impressed by the professionalism of Fowler Heating and Cooling.  This includes all workers, and the sales staff personnel. Prior to, during installation, and in follow-up service to this new geothermal heating and cooling system they have been excellent. That is not to say there were no installation or service problems, but those that have occurred have been very professionally handled.
- John S....
APeters Heating & Air Conditioning
Their service and products exceeded my expectations.  I highly recommend Peters for any heating or cooling serices.  My utility bills have been reduced by 75%!
- Dawn D....
FRIGHTNOWAR HVAC
The first year I called and complained that the system wasn?t working right. He came back and recharged the system about three times. The second and third year, I called expressing that I thought there was a leak in the system to which he said there was no way. He said it must have been an expansion and contraction of the pipes that is solved by re-charging the system. He sent out his son to recharge it and that didn?t work. When I called and complained again, they sent the owners son out to replace the thermostat, they thought this would solve the problem. It did not. Then in March, the brother (who took over the services) came out and replaced the coil when he found a leak. This solved the leak but it still wasn?t working right. When I told him what was happening they said it wasn?t possible and said they would come out, which they never did. I contacted them three times with no response. I ended up called a different company to come check it out who told me that there was some shorts in the wire for the thermostat and said that there was lousy installation and service. The system works great now! He also told us that there was a 10 year warranty on the system. We found out from the manufacturer that it was actually only for 1 year and we would have to pay more for a 10 year.
- Gary C....
ALD Mechanical Contractors, Inc
All went well as all experiences w/ LD Mechanical have. We purchased our home a little over 5 yrs. ago and have utilized the services of LD Mechanical ever since. Our home is 15 yrs. old and was originally built w/ geothermal which we've kept (it's wonderful). LD Mechanical was the initial installer of the system. The only thing that went wrong w/ our most recent experience is that one of the parts they received from their supplier was incorrect which somewhat delayed the work; however we do NOT blame LD Mechanical for this. They assured the correct part was expedited and scheduled the work for asap upon receipt.
- Pat M....