1.0 star rating 7/25/2018 Improper workmanship almost resulted in death. If you own a furnace installed by them I strongly urge a third party inspector be hired to check for safety issues. Electrical work shorted due to not following normal electrical practice, which was verified by the company after they finally did a site visit (not believing me); at which point they found more than one workmanship error. This caused the copper plumbing in my house to be electrified; I found out during a shower, and luckily I fell out of the shower instead of straight down. If one of my kids were getting into a bath they would be dead. I have switched who is providing regular maintenance service as I can not trust their work. I got three quotes, Adams was the highest, but I bought into the "better customer service" salespitch. Even after explaining the situation they still waited to respond, I had to call back numerous times to get somebody to come and even check it out. Bad workmanship, slow to respond to a deadly situation, I would not recommend this group to anyone. My story my sound unique, but if they installed a furnace in your house and followed the same procedures you are likely at risk - get a third party inspector ASAP! Look for wiring connections in the shutoff safety switch, and if the copper pipe is grounded to the furnace chassis - mine took over a year to become an issue, so even if yours was installed awhile ago you still may be at risk.