Everett Ductwork Replacment

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Recent Review: Very thorough.  I was expecting dryer vents, too, but not this time.  Good purchase.
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Recent Review: Great! Kirk showed up a little early, was very friendly, and professional.
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Business Description: All Star has developed a carpet cleaning process that gets a better clean and uses 95% less water than truck mounted steam cleaning. We are serious about helping the environment. Visit our website for the whole story on how we get a better clean and how we are transforming the business in a way that makes carpet cleaning truly eco-friendly. The All Star process restores your carpet by agitating and awakening the fibers, allowing for a 360 degree clean which also allows a much faster drying time. Join our carpet cleaning revolution and get the best possible clean and do your part in protecting our environment! If you're not 100% completely satisfied, we will come back and redo the job. If you're still not satisfied, we will refund your money (Permanent Stains, Worn Carpet & Move-Outs Excluded). Family owned and operated. Doing business for almost 25yrs. We stand behind everything we do your satisfaction is our satisfaction.
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Recent Review: Worked really fast and only took an hour.
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Recent Review: I had these guys clean my vents a couple years ago. They were right on time . This time they cleaned and disinfected vents very professional .I would recommend then for any type of vent work.t pat craig
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Recent Review: We had our air ducts and dryer vents cleaned out by Alpine. Robbie called me an hour before he was arriving. Robbie was very professional and ready to inspect the house. Because we just moved in, I had not idea what to expect with the furnace. Robbie gave me an overview of how to change a filter, which way the air flows through the filter, simple things to try if the furnace doesn't get going on the first try. It was extremely valuable to me to get these tips from a seasoned professional. The van they used was pretty consolidated so it didn't take up too much room in the alley Robbie parked in. The work took about 2 hours and even sprung for the duct disinfectant. We are very happy with the service. I would absolutely go with Alpine again.
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Recent Review: I met Sam 5 months ago when he was cleaning the ducts in a house up the street. We were moving into our house that day and being new to the area thought it would be beneficial to go introduce myself. After talking for a few minutes I got his card with the intent to get him out to our house within the next couple weeks. I managed to lose his card though while we were unpacking and 5 months later found it. Sam and I spoke on the phone to schedule an appointment and he remembered meeting me that day. He came out to our house a few days later and started evaluating the duct system (we have a few rooms that aren't getting any air). He explained to us the problem (small supply lines used when the house was built) and showed us on several occasions what he was finding or seeing in the ducts. The ducts in our house appeared to have NEVER been cleaned in the 26 years the house has been here so it took a little longer than anticipated but it was well worth it in the end. I am very glad I found his card because he did a wonderful job and we will defiantly have him come back out in the future!
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Recent Review: When we were looking to replace our old oil furnace with a heat pump, we checked Angie's List.  Our finalists were two Super Service winners, and Washington Energy Services, which was offering a strong discount.  We don?t buy on price alone; in fact, we had had a good experience with one of the others, but still decided to follow the rule of getting at least three bids.  We went with Washington Energy Services. The salesman for the company which we?d used before was late, having gone to the wrong address.  Happens to us all?problem is, after that, we had to keep calling and writing him and his manager to get responses.  Finally, after receiving a hastily put together bid, we dropped them?we?re spending over $10k, and we have to wait a week between responses? The other Super Service winner was good, very professional, but when their electrical contractor made his bid, it was over what we had been told.  He was adding capacity for an extra heating strip, which we didn?t need, and a whole house surge protector, another extra. The salesman eliminated the extras, but it left a bad taste.   Enter Washington Energy Services and J.J.Stefani.  Right away, there was an amazing difference.  I?d often get a call back within hours, or even on a weekend. He was very thorough in his presentation, explaining why a certain product was best for us, not just trying to sell the most expensive one.  We signed up with them.  Which is not to say that everything went perfectly.  Some ducts had to be recleaned, and there was an issue with the noise of the system. At first, they readjusted the system--the next day--but it was still loud. They decided the old ducts were too small, and JJ took responsibility for underestimating the load.  We worked out a deal where we got a new ducting and an enlarged air return at cost.  It?s important to note that the salesman from the first company had said we needed larger ducts, but we never heard anything more about it again their communications, or in the bid. The second company, like Washington Energy Services, had thought a new air return would be enough.  So we would have had the same problem with the Super Service award winners, and would have had to pay for ducting anyway; the difference here is how J.J. was communicating with us and making sure we were satisfied.  It?s been almost a year now, and we?re very happy with the system.  The oil heat was running about $225/mo in the winter, averaging $135/mo over the year.  Our two-month electric bill for January to March, which coincided with the installation?and remember, 2012 had a record cold March?was $175.  That was our entire electric bill, not just the heating.   So pay attention to ducting if you?re updating from an old oil system?heat pumps blow more air at a higher pressure.  Also, in Seattle, check out Community Power Works?they?re having a great energy incentives, including for switching from oil to heat pump. Unfortunately we just missed that one, but it would have easily paid for the ducting.   Normally, I would reserve the 5 star rating for everything going right the first time, or nearly so, with no need for multiple adjustments. Putting a new system into an old house can be complex, and as far as I can tell, the two Super Service winners would have had the same problems, so I'm giving Washington Energy Services the top rating.  I will say this?J. J. Stefani?s service is definitely 5 star?relentlessly accountable and responsive.               
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Recent Review: The serviceman was extremely professional. He performed his tasks with proficiency and politeness. He was thorough inspecting all ductwork in the house and even inspected the venting under the house. The amount of dirt and dust removed was astonishing and we’re all breathing easier after the cleaning with a huge reduction in my wife’s allergies. Will definitely add this companies services to our home maintenance list.
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Recent Review: Went great! They were on time and got everything done quickly, pulled what appeared to be a dog and a half of hair out of the ductwork, found some plans for the house stuck in another and cleared a blockage that was severely impacting the function of the furnace.

Reviews in Everett to Replace Ductwork

ABrennan Heating & Air Conditioning
Very easy. They were easy to schedule at a convenient time, arrived on time, did the work quickly, and it works. It did seem a bit expensive for 30 minutes work, but that seems to be their minimum installation cost.
- Maia R....
CIntegrity Energy Systems
Employees were friendly and seemed knowledgable. They completed project on time, but left large holes in our floors and forgot to deliver registers, creating unsafe conditions. My husband replaced one of their newly installed boot because there was no other way to fill in the hole in our old, odd floor. It seems like changing the register/boot size should have been mentioned when they first did the estimate so we could choose whether or not we wanted to deal with patching holes. When we had an energy audit from another company, , the technition as not impressed with their work and did not believe it was sealed like it was supposed to be. Integrity Energy gladly came back to fix work, but I'm disappointed we had to call in the first place.
- Ellen L....
ABrennan Heating & Air Conditioning
Our technician showed up on time, was very courteous and VERY helpful.  I had several things I thought I needed/wanted to have done.  We talked about the furnace I have and the issues that I could have, and I decided that I didn't need to have all the work done, so he installed the ducts that needed to be replaced, talked to me about some things that I could do to improve efficiency and safety, and then looked at the other work I needed done.  Because of the time of year, they couldn't get to that work for some time, but he made some suggestions to me, which I followed and got it done myself.  I would definitely hire them again.  They were reasonable for the work they did and saved me me money on the other work I needed.
- Lisa N....
ABetter Air NW
Went great! They were on time and got everything done quickly, pulled what appeared to be a dog and a half of hair out of the ductwork, found some plans for the house stuck in another and cleared a blockage that was severely impacting the function of the furnace.
- Jennifer N....
AFresh US Air LLC
Upgraded service to include removal of large debris which was present within ductwork. Cost increased accordingly, but happy with results.
- William L....
BMOUNTAIN VALLEY HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, INC
We had Mountain Valley install a furnace for us. That work was good, and Eric and crew were great to work with. My disappointment was how they handled getting a permit. Annie said they could pull one easily and didn't mention how much they would charge. Seattle heating permit is pretty simple, even if you have to do a equipment sizing calculation - the city provides an Excel sheet and you just fill in a few areas or wall lengths. The permit came in the mail with an invoice from MV - permit was $110 and they charged $50 to prep and submit. No visit to permit office, etc., just $50 for about 15- 30 minutes of work. I expressed my surprise at the amount (and I know it was somewhat my bad for not asking for the cost, but I trusted them to be reasonable), and Annie made no offer to reduce. It was disappointing after the good work that they had done on the furnance. If I had known the cost, I would have done the application myself no problem.
- Susan L....
DFresh US Air LLC
Classic bait and switch. $59 big deal special. First minute into the house he was upselling to clean the cold air returns for $95 each or around $400 total. Cold air returns are no included in the deal. Back to he heating ducts, technician claimed his air duct vacuum could not reach the ductwork in our house and that it happens a lot in Seattle. Not having proper equipment is a line of BS, he either had no duct work vacuum or did not want to make the effort to do the work as advertised. Our garage door is about 20 feet from our furnace and there is easy access to the ductwork from there. He looked for any excuse not to do the work. Proceeded to use his shop vac and ran the hose down the ductwork. Did not sanitize the ductwork as advertised. I could have done that all myself but that doesn't really clean anything other than cobwebs and dust bunnies. We needed a true ductwork cleaning and they did not deliver.
- Jay J....
AWashington Energy Services
When we were looking to replace our old oil furnace with a heat pump, we checked Angie's List.  Our finalists were two Super Service winners, and Washington Energy Services, which was offering a strong discount.  We don?t buy on price alone; in fact, we had had a good experience with one of the others, but still decided to follow the rule of getting at least three bids.  We went with Washington Energy Services. The salesman for the company which we?d used before was late, having gone to the wrong address.  Happens to us all?problem is, after that, we had to keep calling and writing him and his manager to get responses.  Finally, after receiving a hastily put together bid, we dropped them?we?re spending over $10k, and we have to wait a week between responses? The other Super Service winner was good, very professional, but when their electrical contractor made his bid, it was over what we had been told.  He was adding capacity for an extra heating strip, which we didn?t need, and a whole house surge protector, another extra. The salesman eliminated the extras, but it left a bad taste.   Enter Washington Energy Services and J.J.Stefani.  Right away, there was an amazing difference.  I?d often get a call back within hours, or even on a weekend. He was very thorough in his presentation, explaining why a certain product was best for us, not just trying to sell the most expensive one.  We signed up with them.  Which is not to say that everything went perfectly.  Some ducts had to be recleaned, and there was an issue with the noise of the system. At first, they readjusted the system--the next day--but it was still loud. They decided the old ducts were too small, and JJ took responsibility for underestimating the load.  We worked out a deal where we got a new ducting and an enlarged air return at cost.  It?s important to note that the salesman from the first company had said we needed larger ducts, but we never heard anything more about it again their communications, or in the bid. The second company, like Washington Energy Services, had thought a new air return would be enough.  So we would have had the same problem with the Super Service award winners, and would have had to pay for ducting anyway; the difference here is how J.J. was communicating with us and making sure we were satisfied.  It?s been almost a year now, and we?re very happy with the system.  The oil heat was running about $225/mo in the winter, averaging $135/mo over the year.  Our two-month electric bill for January to March, which coincided with the installation?and remember, 2012 had a record cold March?was $175.  That was our entire electric bill, not just the heating.   So pay attention to ducting if you?re updating from an old oil system?heat pumps blow more air at a higher pressure.  Also, in Seattle, check out Community Power Works?they?re having a great energy incentives, including for switching from oil to heat pump. Unfortunately we just missed that one, but it would have easily paid for the ducting.   Normally, I would reserve the 5 star rating for everything going right the first time, or nearly so, with no need for multiple adjustments. Putting a new system into an old house can be complex, and as far as I can tell, the two Super Service winners would have had the same problems, so I'm giving Washington Energy Services the top rating.  I will say this?J. J. Stefani?s service is definitely 5 star?relentlessly accountable and responsive.               
- Edward C....
APUGET DUCT-VAC
THEIR WORK WAS THOROUGH AND PROFESSIONAL. THEY WERE COURTEOUS, PUNCTUAL AND CLEAN. I WAS VERY HAPPY TO HAVE OUR DUCTS CLEANED BECAUSE I FELT THAT A LOT OF DUST WAS COMING FROM OUR AIR DUCTS BEFORE WE HAD THEM CLEANED.
- Susan U....
ASunset Air Inc
During a pre-move trip, I contacted Sunset Air about installing a heat pump in our vacant house before we moved to Washington from another state. With only a week in town for me to coordinate details, it was imperative to have a contractor who responded quickly. Kelly responded very quickly and set up an appointment for the following day to give an estimate. After flying home, I decided to go ahead with the project. The folks at Sunset Air were more than willing to not only help me finalize the paperwork from long-distance, but to work with my property manager re: access to the unoccupied house. During a busy season, they were willing to schedule the heat pump installation to be completed before we arrived to move in. Part II: While the crew was at the house installing the heat pump, they became aware that the water heater was not working properly but cycling all of the time (even though no hot water was being used). They brought this problem to my attention, and because I had already planned to eventually put in a tankless water heater, I asked them to send a quote. Satisfied with the quote and happy that they agreed to install the new tankless water heater before the moving van pulled up, we authorized the work. ***It is significant to note that when the gas company sent our record of use, it showed that the gas utilization had been steadily increasing over the three months that the house had been unoccupied. The only appliance that was on during that time was the water heater. It was very obvious that there HAD been a big problem with the water heater when the guys told me about it. I am so thankful that they alerted me to the problem before I filled the garage with full moving boxes. The only part of the project(s) I was not happy about was the electrical sub-contractor. Their work did not pass inspection and required correction. I ended up working directly with them (not Sunset Air) to get the inspections repeated. Communicating with them was frustrating. (This is why I did not give Sunset Air all "A's.")
- Christy H....