Laingsburg Geothermal Heating Installation

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ALakeside Service Company
Responded quickly to initial call and offered alternative services if proposed time was not fast enough.
- Rich S....
AS&J HEATING & INSULATION
Great, the were in and out in 2 days , did not make to much off a mess, geothermal works great and when one of the pipes going outside leaked water they came quickly and fixed and it has not leaked since
- Annette P....
AComfort One of Michigan Center
I did not get them from Angie's list. I got them out of the yellow pages. We have a water furnace, geothermal. They really are an excellent company, we just love them. It's absolutely the best. I don't think there is anyone who compares with me. It's always the same person and he is just excellent. They come out to service it and clean it before winter usually and if anything ever brakes on it. They replace thermostats for us. They've replaced motors for us. They're just wonderful.
- Arlene S....
AS&J HEATING & INSULATION
It went well.  This is a custom built home so it was involved.  Love the heating and cooling the system provides; love the savings on the utility bills.
- Eldonna R....
AD & R Heating & Cooling
In the fall of 2007 I paid about $1650 for heating oil for the furnace. The heating was all we used the oil for and everything else was and is electric.  We had averaged about 600 gallons of heating oil per year for the past 15 years.  I decided to look around for a better solution.  Propane was available, but was about the same price as the oil and not as efficient. Natural gas is not available in our area either. After that I looked at heat pumps and then finally geothermal systems.  We decided to go with a closed loop geothermal system as opposed to pump and drain system. The end result is that we no longer pay more than $2000. per year for ALL non communication utilities combined.  This includes heat, AC, clothes drying, cooking, water supply and all other normal electrical household uses. The reason that I went with D&R is because my neighbor is the manager of our local supermarket and he had remarked on several occasions about the outstanding job that D&R had done installing very high tech heating and cooling systems in the store. The 2 of us got together and asked D&R about a discount for doing both his and ours at the same time.  Since the digging equipment had to be hauled quite a way in both cases we saved them a trip hauling a large back hoe and bulldozer.  We got that money as our discount.  By the time that the summer was over, 5 of the 12 houses on our road had D&R geothermal signs in their front yards.
- Steve K....
ADoty Mechanical Inc
I can't recommend Doty enough.  I know it was hard to work with our extremely limited options for locating the ductwork, but our guy (Jason) was great.  He confirmed locations for everything and our building inspector said it was the best workmanship he'd ever seen.  Despite being very busy right now, Gary shuffled things around to get our finish done in time for our occupancy inspection. They showed up every time they were expected to, on time, and cleaned up when they were done.  When they had trouble getting our control board working with the furnace (manufacturer's issue), they got a replacement and installed it the same day, staying until 7pm to get it done for me.   Because the system is geothermal, I qualify for a 30% rebate from the federal government on the entire price (via tax refund), which effectively makes the cost ~$23,000.  Oh, and my electric bill is $32/month to heat the entire house (4100 ft2 of conditioned space, including the basement) to 70 degrees; 80 during the two weeks our drywaller was mudding.
- Lauren B....

Heating and Air Conditioning in Laingsburg

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Business Description: Additional phone numbers - (810) 664-4328, (810) 629-4328. Additional email - comments@hollandheating.net. Additional Contact - Richard Holland. Cost is determined by the job.
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Business Description: Comfort First Heating & Cooling, Inc., is a MI Heating, Plumbing, Air Conditioning, Geothermal Heat Pump, Boiler, Energy Audit, Solar & Wind Generator, Water Heater, Furnace & AC repair, service, replacement and maintenance company located in Ingham County. Comfort First Heating & Cooling, Inc. employs only the best HVAC technicians for furnace repair, air conditioner repair, and water heater repair, as well as, all air conditioning replacements, furnace replacements, and boiler replacements.
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Business Description: We are a residential and commercial designers and installers of geothermal closed loop systems. We employ 8 IGHSPA accredited installation crews, with 26 employees, vertical and horizontal drillers, rigs, excavators, trenchers and over $150,000 of in-stock inventory ready to install your next project. We work with/for any mechanical contractors, builders, general contractors and homeowners. We are licensed and insured drillers and mechanical contractors.
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Business Description: We are a HVAC contractor that has been doing business since 2005. We specialize in hydronics, DDC controlled, geothermal, and residential equipment. We take great pride in providing our customers with valued and high quality products and quality service.
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Business Description: A Small Heating and Cooling company that has great service.
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Business Description: Fredrickson Mechanical LLC is a family owned business based in Rockford, Michigan. Fredrickson Mechanical LLC strives to exceed your expectations. Fredrickson Mechanical LLC offers system design, sales, service and installation in both residential and commercial applications. Our satisfaction comes when your system is operating better than your expectations!!
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Recent Review: Responded quickly to initial call and offered alternative services if proposed time was not fast enough.
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Business Description: Family owned & operated. 5 employees.
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Recent Review: In the fall of 2007 I paid about $1650 for heating oil for the furnace. The heating was all we used the oil for and everything else was and is electric.  We had averaged about 600 gallons of heating oil per year for the past 15 years.  I decided to look around for a better solution.  Propane was available, but was about the same price as the oil and not as efficient. Natural gas is not available in our area either. After that I looked at heat pumps and then finally geothermal systems.  We decided to go with a closed loop geothermal system as opposed to pump and drain system. The end result is that we no longer pay more than $2000. per year for ALL non communication utilities combined.  This includes heat, AC, clothes drying, cooking, water supply and all other normal electrical household uses. The reason that I went with D&R is because my neighbor is the manager of our local supermarket and he had remarked on several occasions about the outstanding job that D&R had done installing very high tech heating and cooling systems in the store. The 2 of us got together and asked D&R about a discount for doing both his and ours at the same time.  Since the digging equipment had to be hauled quite a way in both cases we saved them a trip hauling a large back hoe and bulldozer.  We got that money as our discount.  By the time that the summer was over, 5 of the 12 houses on our road had D&R geothermal signs in their front yards.
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Recent Review: I can't recommend Doty enough.  I know it was hard to work with our extremely limited options for locating the ductwork, but our guy (Jason) was great.  He confirmed locations for everything and our building inspector said it was the best workmanship he'd ever seen.  Despite being very busy right now, Gary shuffled things around to get our finish done in time for our occupancy inspection. They showed up every time they were expected to, on time, and cleaned up when they were done.  When they had trouble getting our control board working with the furnace (manufacturer's issue), they got a replacement and installed it the same day, staying until 7pm to get it done for me.   Because the system is geothermal, I qualify for a 30% rebate from the federal government on the entire price (via tax refund), which effectively makes the cost ~$23,000.  Oh, and my electric bill is $32/month to heat the entire house (4100 ft2 of conditioned space, including the basement) to 70 degrees; 80 during the two weeks our drywaller was mudding.