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  • A
    Professor cool
    Fan motor is making noise intermittently. I decided not to replace it at the moment. Whenever it breakdowns we have decided to call Professor Cool to replace the A/C unit since is so old. Danny was honest and did not try to sell us a new unit. He will be our new A/C guy from now on.
    - William P.
  • A
    Bayside Heating & Air Conditioning Inc
    Jacob our technician went over both of Handlers etc on both side of the house one Air was deteriorating quite a bit he went over everything with my husband we decided to go ahead and replace the one that was deterating we both felt that Jacob was honest and sincere about our issues and tried to get us the best price through the owner of the company we would Recommend Bay side heating and Air and ask for Jacob ����
    - NANCY M.
  • A
    Joe Cool AC & Heating of the Suncoast Inc
    It went very well! I had a 1 yr maintenance contract with another AC company. Apparently, they went out of business, and Joe Cool took over their accounts. A rep from Joe Cool called me earlier in the week and told me about this and said they were honoring these contracts. I called them back yesterday to discuss and make an appt. They were able to come out this morning. I received a text before my appt timeframe (8-10am) with a picture of their employee, plus his name. When I clicked on it, it brought me to their website with a short write-up about Todd so I could "get to know him." I also received a call from Todd to let me know he was on his way. Todd arrived on time and performed the maintenance on our two AC units. Everything went well & he did not find any issues. Once he was done, he shared a recommendation for us to consider and also shared the specifics on Joe Cool's annual maintenance plan. I asked him if there were any coupons on Angie's List and he did not know. I pulled up Angie's List and found the "D" rating and all the bad reviews from 2017 and prior. That surprised & worried me!! When I told him what I saw, he explained that Joe Cool had been taken over by NEW OWNERS, a husband and wife, and they were trying really hard to turn it around. Based on my experience today, I WOULD RE-HIRE this company! We'll need to discuss the 1 yr maintenance contract, but Todd said I could call the office if/when we decided we wanted it, and they can sign me up over the phone. My bill was shared with me in detail and then emailed to me - $0 today! They did honor the contract I had with the previous company. THANK YOU, I appreciate the high level of Customer Service. It's hard to find...
    - LAUREEN M.
  • A
    Air Hawk Heating and Cooling LLC
    In a time in which really good customer service is hard to come by...these folks get it! I had to replace my entire HVAC system this week and selected Air Hawk for the job. Not only did I receive a good product at a reasonable price, I found a company who understands what really good customer service is all about. From my initial call, to the post-installation follow up, every person has been professional, timely, and courteous. I do not recall the last time a rated a company 5/5...Air Hawk as earned a 6 from me!
    - Darren W.
  • F
    Air Masters of Tampa Bay Inc
    I have never in my life written a bad review for a company, so this is a first for me. In January of 2018, Airmasters replaced a 2 ton AC of our with a 3 ton, 2 stage unit that cost us $8,000. The salesperson said that the bigger system would run more efficiently and which would lower our power bills. I believed him. This hasn't happened. In fact, since installation the unit has never worked as it should and our power bills have increased. There are days like today (March 4, 2019) where the wall thermostat read 70, but the temperature in the rooms was actually 62 degrees. This system only heats and cools two rooms, so I purchased an external thermometer to monitor the actual temperatures. There are other days in the heat of summer when the wall thermostat will read 70, but it is actually 77 degrees in the rooms. Since the system was installed in January 2018, I have repeatedly called AirMasters to report the problem and they did send technicians out. However, no one has ever diagnosed the issue. In May 2018, they placed an external temperature monitor in one of the rooms for a week. They told me they would get back to me with the findings, they never did. When I would call to ask about it, they would say they would have to ask someone else and would call back. The issues persisted. Every time a tech has comes out, they do tell us that the system has ���High Static Pressure���. From what I���ve researched, High Static Pressure is the result of a system being to large for the area it is trying to cool. I never requested a 3 ton unit to replace the existing 2 ton unit, this is what the sales person recommended for optimal return. In August of 2018, I filed a complaint with Hillsborough county because the summer heat was getting unbearable and I wasn't getting anywhere with the company. The case went on until December 2018, with a lot of back and forth. The case manager told me that throughout the entire process, she never once spoke to anyone from the management team during her inquiries. I find that very odd, and frankly, quite disappointing. We have been loyal AirMasters customers since 2002 when they installed both systems and all of the ductwork in our new house. In October 2018, I called a new AC company to ask for their opinion. This company refused to provide me a quote because they said they did not want to get involved in this job. "Upon inspection, found new system to be oversized for the area it is cooling. The ductwork that they have only adds up to between 700 and 800 cfm depending on the static they went by to install the ductwork. A 3 ton unit needs to be able to get rid of 1200 cfm and is capable of cooling up to 1500 sf. This system is only cooling a master bedroom and an office. There isn���t enough area to add ductwork to make it work. Needs to have a 2.0 system installed for proper cooling. " When I reported this to Hillsborough County, AirMasters responded that the company was not a certified to work on Trane units. In December 2018, I received a phone call and a letter from Hillsborough County saying the case was closed. They cited that on two biannual maintenance invoices from AirMasters - one in 2015 and one in 2016 - it showed that our duct work was "bad" Yet, when the $8000 new system was installed, there was no reference to any duct work issues. And further, our previous air conditioner worked fine. It was getting up in age, so the technician suggested we get a new system. So, I've started to inquire with other companies about the ductwork and so far two additional companies have told me they think the system is just simply too big for the space. One company (and yes Trane Certified) even recommended shutting off the 2nd stage on the 3 ton unit, so it will just run as a single stage. So, then, I ask, why would we have even bought the two stage to begin with? AirMasters, I'm so incredibly disappointed at how you've treated us as loyal 17 year customers. BUT, you can still make this right! I just hope this review will save even 1 person from making the poor decision that we did. $8000 is a lot of money to pay for something that doesn't work as it should.
    - KRISTIN C.
  • A
    Professor cool
    Danny was one of five firms that I interviewed for my central air conditioner replacement. Of the five, he was the only one to make pressure measurements in the plenum, which justified his making the recommendation of enlarging the plenum. Two others made the same recommendation, but only by eyeballing the system. Danny also asked about how we used the system, what our favorite temperatures were, and what the main factor in wanting to update a working system was (in our case, better dehumidification). He recommended at 4-Ton, 16 SEER, single speed compressor, with a variable speed air handler. He went over in detail why we he thought we needed a 16 SEER over a 15 SEER, and why he thought we did not need the expense of a 2-speed or variable speed compressor over a single speed compressor. His quote was the lowest of the five, but I chose him primarily for his ability to communicate and educate, and also for him being the only one who included enlarging the two return ducts, which added 2 hours to the installation. He has 20 years of experience as an installer before recently opening his own business, and his experience and knowledge shows. Of the five people who came by to quote, he was the only one who actually did the installation himself, with his business partner. In my online research, a clear message is that the company that makes the system is not as important as the installation, and Danny did an excellent job installing. It took the two of them ten hours to remove the old condenser and air handler, install the new condenser over a new hurricane-rated pad, put in a new "coffin box" for the air handler to sit on, build a new pair of plenums, take care and time with the duct sealing using multiple layers of fiberglass tape, metal duct tape, and coating it with mastic outer layer. They did a thorough cleanup job, and will return when the temperature is at least 70 degrees to adjust the final level of refrigerant. A lesser company would have added refrigerant at the end of the installation, even though the room temperature was only 64 degrees, which would have resulted in an inaccurate filling. I can not say enough about the professionalism of this company, in addition to their low price, along with the usual guarantees and a year of free service.
    - Jeffrey H.
  • A
    IERNA's Heating & Cooling
    My AC stopped working in a 15 year old unit. Ierna sent technician Alex to diagnose the problem and recommend a solution. He was extremely professional and helpful and recommended replacing the broken motor. A new motor was ordered and installed in the same day. I am very happy with the level of service provided by Ierna and would definitely use this company again.
    - Brian K.
  • A
    strategic air conditioning
    We've used Strategic Air in the past, always with good results. They are honest, reliable and prompt. We'd been having some issues with the drain backing up and causing the AC to shut off pretty regularly. Called them on a Monday and they had someone out Tuesday morning. Cleaned out the drain pan, added some tablets to keep down on the gunk build-up, made sure drain pipes were clear.
    - KENDALL F.
  • A
    Cornerstone Air, Heating, Plumbing & Electrical
    Very responsive; answered all calls promptly as we asked tons of questions; gave advice on options; always timely; outstanding communication. Service techs very hard working, did things they did not always have to (like label units or rewrap insulation on the unit they were not working on, etc.) Were willing to flex a bit on price to gain business - not the least expensive but certainly a good quote, worth it given their reliability. Strongly recommend
    - Steven M.
  • F
    IERNA's Heating & Cooling
    Iernas came out spent a few minute testing "loads", wiggling wires and then told me my system was installed incorrectly upside down, my fan was shot and it was pretty much unsalvageable and went into hard sell on a replacement unit.. I balked and said I just wanted a repair. After coming in and out to his van several times he said he had spoken to his supervisor to see what he could do. He said that if I insisted on having it fixed they could basically disassemble the system replace the fan and it might go another six months...for 1800 dollars. He said he felt bad for me and so got disounted quotes for a new system that ranged between 8000and 13000.. At that point i told him I was not comfortable with either option. He did get the system to start but left it in auto mode so within minutes of his leaving it was off again and would not reatart. I called back and was told i would have to pay a second call out fee. I called another company for a second opinion. Within ten minutes the other service diagnosed a dead capacitor in the air handler.. He said this is usually one of the first thing he checks at every call on a system that wont start but runs fine. Because the Iernas tech knew to do this to get it running but neither mentioned or repaired the capacitor, it is my OPINION that he was there to sell a system not repair one. The seond tech changed the start capacitor in minutes and nearly two years later it is running. He also he could keep the system running for at least another few years.. His visit was 100 dollars.
    - andrea f.
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