Jamesville Heat Pump Installation Service

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Business Description: 4 Green Power Systems, is you 1 stop shop for a turn-key Contractor. For Generac Automatic Generac Generators we have been awarded both the Elite Status and PowerPro by Generac. Mitssubishi Ductless has awarded us Diamond Contractor status, Samsung heat-pumps has awarded us Premier status and GeoStar GeoThermal HVAC systems. We design it, sell it, install it and service what we sell. With over 40 years in the business we do it right the 1st time.
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Business Description: Family owned & operated. Cost is determined by the job.
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Business Description: Design, installation and service for all heating & cooling, specializing in GeoThermal heat pump systems since 1985
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Business Description: Trademark Contractors LLC is a family owned HVAC/General Contractor business that has been servicing the Tri-state area for over 16 years. AHAM/NARA Certified and fully insured.
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Recent Review: Pretty straight forward. Removed old unit. Installed new unit. Made it work.
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Recent Review: From the beginning of our contact with Murray's to the end of the installation was a pleasure. I can't say enough good things about the employees. Dan Murray, the owner, came out and gave us a quote on installing a new Mitsubishi Heat Pump to supplement our existing propane heat system. The quote was reasonable and the installation was scheduled a couple of weeks after we accepted the bid. Three installers came out (on time) and immediately got to work. Joe, one of the senior technicians was amazing. He worked very h****** a very cold wintery day with two other guys (Brandon and Connor) and froze their butts off. But that didn't deter them a bit. They worked non-stop. I don't think they even stopped to have lunch. Joe was very friendly and patient with all of our questions. He explained everything in great detail so we knew exactly what to expect. They did a great job and everything looks and runs great. We also want to give a shout out for the two girls in the office (Suzanne and Laura-Lee) who are super nice and very efficient. It was pure pleasure working with everyone we had contact with. We highly recommend this company to anyone that needs work done.
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Recent Review: Wonderful. Neal came right out to give me a estimate the day after I called him. I contracted them on 7/20 and they we here 8/1 to install it.The install went smoothly. They know what there doing. They cleaned up after themselves and left evertthing spotless. Great company. Small compared to the other I contacted but bigger is not better.
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Recent Review: I have used TAG for two different homes. Their services include air conditioner repair, installing heat pump, generator, tankless water heater. They have even made service calls at no charge to me for calls that were actually due to my ignorance or lack of proper care. I STRONGLY recommend TAG for any service they provide. They are always professional, prompt, and helpful.
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Recent Review: Great! Logan was awesome, stayed well beyond normal working hours and came back for finishing touches at no extra charge. Highly recommended!!!
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Recent Review: The cost of the diagnosis was credited to the cost of any work. They provided various options from low cost to full state of the art system. They were not pushy at all, just wanted us to know all the options and were very helpful! They completed a full Manual J heat load calculation during the estimate to ensure they provided us with the proper sized AC system. (Ref http://homeenergypartners.com/pages/new-construction/consultation-services/manual-j.php). The work done was extremely professional and clean. They arrived with many hands to complete the job quickly and professionally. We will definitely you them again for any future HVAC work / preventative maintenance. They are a little more costly, but the professionalism and quality of the work is worth it. and quot;You get what you pay for!and quot;

Reviews in Jamesville to Install or Replace Heat Pumps

AMurray's Heating & Air Conditioning LLC
From the beginning of our contact with Murray's to the end of the installation was a pleasure. I can't say enough good things about the employees. Dan Murray, the owner, came out and gave us a quote on installing a new Mitsubishi Heat Pump to supplement our existing propane heat system. The quote was reasonable and the installation was scheduled a couple of weeks after we accepted the bid. Three installers came out (on time) and immediately got to work. Joe, one of the senior technicians was amazing. He worked very h****** a very cold wintery day with two other guys (Brandon and Connor) and froze their butts off. But that didn't deter them a bit. They worked non-stop. I don't think they even stopped to have lunch. Joe was very friendly and patient with all of our questions. He explained everything in great detail so we knew exactly what to expect. They did a great job and everything looks and runs great. We also want to give a shout out for the two girls in the office (Suzanne and Laura-Lee) who are super nice and very efficient. It was pure pleasure working with everyone we had contact with. We highly recommend this company to anyone that needs work done.
- Carol G....
APrime Heating and Air, LLC
Wonderful. Neal came right out to give me a estimate the day after I called him. I contracted them on 7/20 and they we here 8/1 to install it.The install went smoothly. They know what there doing. They cleaned up after themselves and left evertthing spotless. Great company. Small compared to the other I contacted but bigger is not better.
- Ronald R....
ATAG Mechanical Systems
I have used TAG for two different homes. Their services include air conditioner repair, installing heat pump, generator, tankless water heater. They have even made service calls at no charge to me for calls that were actually due to my ignorance or lack of proper care. I STRONGLY recommend TAG for any service they provide. They are always professional, prompt, and helpful.
- Paul G....
AE&V Energy
Initially during AC season, everything was great. When we had a cool spell and wanted the heat, we kept getting A/C and no heat The technican came within a few hours and found the system had been configured with the AC as a heat pump, where it was not. A simple fix and he was on his way and the system has been working very well so far. The company and its techs are very professional and responsive. They offer a and quot;Cluband quot; payment plan where you pay flat monthly rate and all service is covered. Easy to deal with and would recommend them.
- Leslie B....
ASimply Installs Heating & Air Conditioning
It went great Logan and his brother were great and dealing with a family run business is the only way to go
- Mike G....
ACOONEY AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING
The cost of the diagnosis was credited to the cost of any work. They provided various options from low cost to full state of the art system. They were not pushy at all, just wanted us to know all the options and were very helpful! They completed a full Manual J heat load calculation during the estimate to ensure they provided us with the proper sized AC system. (Ref http://homeenergypartners.com/pages/new-construction/consultation-services/manual-j.php). The work done was extremely professional and clean. They arrived with many hands to complete the job quickly and professionally. We will definitely you them again for any future HVAC work / preventative maintenance. They are a little more costly, but the professionalism and quality of the work is worth it. and quot;You get what you pay for!and quot;
- Robert S....
DFun In The Sun Pool Heating Inc
It was exactly 12 months ago that I wrote a glowing review for this business.  Last October I paid $12,400 for two new heaters at different homes, a tune-up of an existing solar system, plus a new solar system at one of the homes.  At the time, I thought the company was very professional, even though they were more expensive than their competitors. For the first 9 months after installation, the systems they installed were only operational for a few weeks at a time.  I purchased the solar system with the intention of saving on my energy bills, but I saw no savings, since the system was never running. My troubles began within the first couple of weeks after installation.  The pool pumps at my homes were over-heating, and the heat from the pumps was causing some of the PVC piping to warp.  My pool technician who looked at the set-up said that my pumps were undersized and couldn?t effectively get the water from the pumps up to the roof and through the solar system. Fun in the Sun convinced me that the pool technician was completely wrong, and that the size of my pumps was just fine.  They suggested that I get all new piping that was running into the pumps, and check the pumps for leaks, which I did (at my expense). The system started overheating again, and this time Fun in the Sun came out to the home to investigate.  They found a leak in one of the solar panels they had installed brand new.  They fixed the solar panel under warranty, and said everything should work now. A couple of months later the same thing was happening ? the pump would overheat, the solar system would need to shut down, etc.  Once again I paid for someone to re-pipe and check all of the other aspects of the system, since Fun in the Sun convinced me my pumps were fine.  The system started running again, but now my spa jets would not work. I never really noticed that the spa jets weren?t working, until the solar system started working.  For all of these other months when the solar system was shut off, the spa was working.  Once the solar system was operational, the spa jets would stop.  I was told that my pool pumps were too small to run both the spa and the solar system at the same time.  Fun in the Sun denied there was any problem. Within another couple of months, both pumps at both homes burned out.  Both of these pumps were about a year or two old, but the pool technician who installed them said that the warranty couldn?t be honored, because they weren?t made for the load required by the solar system. At this time Fun in the Sun offered to sell me two new pumps that they assured me would get the job done.  Interestingly, the pump that they recommended was more powerful than the pumps they were replacing.  If my previous pumps were fine, why were they now recommending a larger pump? The price they offered the pumps at was approximately double the price through Amazon.  I explained this to them, and they suggested that I purchase the pumps on Amazon and they would install them for a fee. They gave me a quote to install the new pumps over the phone, and then I e-mailed them to confirm the installation cost so we would have a written record.  A few weeks later I noticed a charge on my credit card ? for an amount that was higher than what they told me.  I e-mailed two of the owners of the company, and they told me that whoever gave me the price over the phone gave me the wrong price.  When I reminded them that I confirmed the price in an e-mail to them, they said ?oh yeah ? I saw your e-mail come in, but you referenced the price towards the end and I didn?t read the whole thing?.  They refused to honor the price we had agreed to. It was bad enough that they charged my credit card without my authorization (they used my credit card number from a previous transaction), they charged a higher amount than we agreed to.  At this point I was so upset I hung up the phone and walked away. As bad as this was, the story actually gets worse.  One of the heat-pumps they installed stopped working the other week, about 3 days before the warranty was up.  I called Fun in the Sun, and I was told that they don?t do any warranty repair work on the heaters they install.  I reminded them that the heaters I purchased were less than a year old, and the reason I purchased the heaters from Fun in the Sun was the warranty.  They were selling these Pentair heaters for about 20% more than other dealers.  The person on the phone told me that ?our heaters do have a full warranty, we are just not trained on how to service the units ? we are only trained on how to install them?.  She then gave me an 800 number to call in order to have a different company come out to service the heaters.  The company that the manufacturer wanted to send out didn?t have any openings for two weeks, and I needed it fixed immediately since I had a paying guest staying in my Disney property, so I had to pay $210 out-of-pocket to get one of my brand-new heaters fixed.  The fact that Fun in the Sun doesn't service the heaters they install was NEVER DISCLOSED during the sales process.  I never would have selected them if I knew they couldn't stand behind their products. Fin in the Sun is a big company.  If I was only dealing with underlings or customer service reps that might explain their lack of caring.  Since I was dealing with the owners though, it was extremely disappointing. Since the new pool pumps were installed, and since I paid this other company to fix the heaters, both systems have now been operational for a couple of months.  This is the first continuous operation of these systems since last October. I would suggest looking elsewhere for your heater and solar needs.
- William B....
AHolbrook Heating & Air Conditioning Inc
I chose Holbrook based on Angie's list reviews and the fact that they are local. Estimator came on time and was knowledgeable; he made a second visit to answer my further questions. We decided on installing a/c and not adding a heat pump (our existing heat is oil). It did take my initiating a few calls and emails to get a final corrected proposal and to confirm the date for installation, but this was at the height of a heat wave and I am sure the office and crews were over-worked. Because the admin had technical problem emailing the document, one of their employees dropped it off personally. All interaction was courteous and accommodating. I had to ask about the Angie's list senior discount, which they did apply and is reflected in the cost of the work seen on this review. Holbrook installed a Rheem air conditioner and connected it to our existing furnace, adapted the electric panel to fit breakers, added four runs. Our house is over 140 years old and had no ducts to the second floor. The job also required new register/return in living room. Holbrook clearly explained that they would not know specifics for running ducts to second floor until they got into the job. As it turned out, running ducts to one of the bedrooms ran into complications between cellar and first floor; the crew explained the situation and options, and I chose to not do that room (ductwork passing through the first floor room would have been more extensive than it was worth for me). Despite it's being late on a Friday afternoon, the crew engaged with me for quite a while in trying to find alternatives for running the ducts, and also described other a/c alternatives for that second floor bedroom. They cleaned up inside and outside around the compressor. I recently had Holbrook do annual maintenance on a/c at my other house. I was equally satisfied with the work done at that time.
- Mary D....
FIsaac Heating & Air Conditioning
To begin, it is only fair to state that I was an HVAC tech for over 20 years and a teacher for the past 13.  I built an addition to my house and installed a new mini-split heat pump I purchased myself. During my years in the trade I installed dozens of these systems. I started it up but soon realized I had a refrigerant leak. Not having some of the necessary tools anymore, I called Isaac.  The tech showed up on time and looked professional. I told him I was 99% sure the leak was behind the indoor wall unit, as there are only two possible connections on the system, and I was not confident in that connection. I offered coffee and left him alone. About a 1/2 hour later, I checked in and the tech was not to be found. I waited another 15 minutes and found him at the outside condenser unit with the unit apart. I asked him if found a leak and he stated no. I reminded him that the leak was most likely inside. Another 15 minutes passes and he decides to come inside. He immediately steps on my new $400 area rug with muddy shoes and I quickly rolled it up. He said something about wearing booties and left. I grabbed a canvas tarp and laid it out. He came back and began waving his electronic leak detector around.....not really where the leak was. I asked if he needed help getting the cover off. He said no and then used a drill to remove 2 tiny screws, nicking my freshly painted wall in the process. Again..waving his leak detector around but not behind the unit. I then sort of took over and lifted the unit away from the wall so we could get to the piping connection. The presence of refrigerant oil confirmed that this was connection that was leaking. The tech left again and returned about 30 minutes later. He stated the cost to fix this would be $650. If I had the tools, I could have fixed this leak in about 30 minutes at little cost. He charged me $189 to sit in his truck for 90 minutes and then tell me something I already knew. Several days later, I decided to call the company..something I never do. The office manager was sympathetic and stated she would get back to me. Instead, I got a call from the service manager who claimed they actually didn't charge me enough..seriously. As a former business owner, I  understand that the price is sometimes more than people expect. Unfortunately, this company operates in their best interest, not the customers. A rookie service tech should have had the problem identified and fixed in less than an hour. Instead I get a song and dance about flat rates and how thorough they are. No thanks....
- Alan R....