It went HORRIBLE! The original person who came out to remove the old heater apparently quit before I scheduled to have the new one put in. (I needed some sub-flooring around it replaced before the new one went in) When I called to schedule the install, they had no notes or information on my service, so I had to explain again that i needed a new heater and softener. They asked me what type of heater I wanted and I replied I didn't think I had a choice because I had previously been told, because it is a mobile home, I needed a specific heater. When the plumber arrived he did not know what services were supposed to be performed. The ENTIRE time he was doing the install, he was on the phone with someone trying to figure out what he was doing!?!? After about 3 hours I asked him when he would be finished because I had an errand I needed to take care of. He said I had time, so I ran my errand. When I returned he was done installing the heater and working on installing the softener. Shortly after returning, the power in the back of the house went out. I asked if he had any problems while I was gone, to which he replied "No. This is the first." I flipped the breaker and power briefly came back. It went out again a couple minutes later and flipping the breaker did nothing. Due to there not being any power he was, obviously, unable to finish setting up the softener (something they never completed. I guess installation doesn't include setup?). They asked if I needed them to send out an electrician to fix the power!?!? (DUH!) When he called to inform the office of the problem and arrange for an electrician to come out he said to the dispatcher, "He's been without water for three weeks, so I don't think it is a big deal if he doesn't have power for a night." I hadn't moved in yet, so it wasn't a huge deal, but it was still an inconvenience. Something that I have learned this company doesn't care about, when it happens to their customers. The next day the electrician came. Again, they were on the phone almost the entire time, apparently having someone help them troubleshoot the issue. Since I recently purchased the home, I was not completely sure where, or how, all the electrical was ran. The tech told me there must be a break in the line somewhere but he was unsure where. I understand that sometimes when there is an electrical problem it is necessary to make some access holes to find/fix the problem. To try to avoid this, I asked if they could just cut the offending wire and just replace it with a new one. He said that without knowing where the break is that would not be a safe way to resolve the issue. Unfortunately, since the technician apparently had no clue what he was doing, he made several unnecessary holes before someone else arrived to assist him. Then they finally narrowed down where the problem was well enough to be able to fix it (just happened to be in the EXACT area the plumber was working the day before). When he did finally narrow down where the problem was, he told me they still had not located exactly where the break in the line was, so they were going to cut the offending wire, leave it dead in the wall, and reroute the power!?!? I know I am not an electrician but I don't understand how it was apparently "safe" to do only AFTER making several holes in my walls and still not locating the exact issue. Nevertheless, the power issue was resolved, five large fist sized and one square foot sized hole later. They swept/cleaned up a little bit of the mess they made. (NOWHERE close to the one they made, even though I pointed out I had a shop vac right there they could use!) Then before he left I was handed a bill for $583!!! All labor, except for ten feet of wire. Since it was the end of the day on Friday, I just paid it and figured I would call to resolve the issue on Monday. After the weekend, I called to talk to someone. The receptionist told me I needed to talk to the general manager but he was on lunch. She took my phone number and said he would call me when he got back in. I did not receive a call back that day, or the following, so I called back the next day. When I spoke with the general manager, Andy, I told him that I don't believe I should have to pay for a problem that they caused. I told him it is too much to be a coincidence the problem happened while they were doing the install, in the area of the install, after three hours of being the power being on and no previous problems, to not be their fault. He told me "They would need to come open the wall to prove that it wasn't a coincidence and was their fault." I replied that "It is obviously not a coincidence." To which he condescendingly responded "I am just using your words." What a jerk! He obviously did not care and was going to deny fault unless proven wrong. You would think after spending $3,000 a company would at least try to work with you, even if they did not feel 100% responsible. Feeling I had no other recourse to paying them almost $600, I reluctantly set up an appointment for them to send someone out to tear my walls apart more. They sent someone out who tore another wall apart and didn't find anything. I asked him how (without ripping open more walls) it could be explained that the problem happened while they were doing the installation? To which he replied, "You could have had a break in the line, and by him installing a bigger water heater and pushing up against the wall, it may have finally failed." HUH? That is a more likely cause than it being something your installer did??? Wouldn't that still be the result of something your installer did??? Maybe not, if you can show me the mysterious "break" in my line, that "coincidentally" failed while your technician was doing work in the area said "break" is located. Until then, I believe it is the fault of their technician they sent doing something incorrectly and I am disputing the charge for their electrician. I am still paying for the heater/softener install because I did receive the products and services. Bad enough I have a bunch of holes to patch and fix now, on top of the concerns of whatever else he may have done incorrectly or damaged. Oh yeah....I almost forgot....The next day, when I met the electrician at the house, I found the instruction manual for the water heater opened up on top of my dryer. I wonder if that is a coincidence, or if their technician didn't know what he was doing. Again, I will go with not a coincidence!