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    Choice Home Warranty
    They came out and noticed that there was a low charge on the heat pump and noticed that there was some corrosion on some of the pipes so they figured there may be a leak in the system. As a result I will be getting a new unit altogether that is covered by the home warranty that Choice has provided. The only out of pocket cost that I need to pay for is any modifications and fabrication that needs to happen to integrate the new system. So in total I am paying $550 for a $5000 system.
    - Alexander C.
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    A Blueline Appliance Repair Service
    Excellent service - very quick response time - very information. Definitely would use him for all other jobs (Appliance repairs and HVAC) moving forward and would recommend to friends.
    - Loretta F.
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    A Blueline Appliance Repair Service
    Excellent service, showed up on time, called first, was very professional and explained all issues and costs up front. Had the part needed for repairs with him ( first time for me) Completed service effectively and efficiently, left the job site cleaner than before after service. Would call again in a heart beat.
    - Lee H.
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    Broadway Appliance & Home Center
    The staff was very friendly and extremely hard working. They were really quick to respond to my request for help. They repaired the issue while doing so very quickly. Would definitely recommend this store and will be personally going back in the future.
    - Chase L.
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    Broadway Appliance & Home Center
    Service was excellent and timely. Very friendly and trustworthy staff. Prices are hard to beat. Highly recommended.
    - Jordan C.
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    Grassers Plumbing and Heating
    Absolutely no regard for the health and safety of customers! The technician showed up without a mask. I was wearing a mask when I answered the door, he did not have a mask on, nor did he offer to put one on. He just entered my house as if there was no concern for my family's health and safety or his own. If this is how business is typically conducted, then he is a walking risk. We usually have Town & Country come out when we have a problem, but they weren't available today. Maybe I have just been spoiled by their professional service, but the technician from Grasser's didn't even offer to remove his shoes or put on shoe covers. Horribly unprofessional service with no regard for the customers health and safety during this pandemic.
    - Erin R.
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    Advantage Appliance Service
    The issue with my air conditioning was all due to me, however, the technician took the time to explain why my house wasn't cooling properly, what issues there were with the things I needed to change, and how I could help my system last longer (it is too large for my house which will age it prematurely). One thing I place high value on is when you have a serviceman who is honest and doesn't try to take advantage of your lack of knowledge to sell you some high ticket item.  Knowing what I know now, no one will take advantage of me if there is a problem with my heating & cooling, which is really tremendous.  Seriously, it gets old having to check up on some companies who send a barely trained technician who is mostly just inept and is learning his trade on YOUR heating and cooling system.  Or, some slick guy who says something is broken, that is not broken, and he knows you will just agree to the repair so as not to have to have someone out for a second opinion, and have to take time off of work again.  This company is NOT LIKE THAT AT ALL.  It's great working with people you can trust. And trust me, I'm telling everyone about YOU!  Lots of good word of mouth is invaluable...too bad the big companies don't seem to get this anymore. 
    - Heidi M.
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    Baier Home Center
    We purchased kitchen appliances at Baier Home Center. Barb, the sales lady was knowledgeable, guiding us through the purchase process, helping with selecting the correct refrigerator, oven, stovetop and venting system.
    - Ron E.
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    ARTLIP & SONS INC
    They normally turn out very well for us; that's why we keep them. We've had quite a few different HVAC contractors in here, and at one point we decided we were going to go with single sourcing for our ongoing air conditioning needs and heating needs. We did quite an extensive bit of research on figuring out who offered what as far as value and how well they knew our equipment and how well they've done engineering work for us in the past, etc., etc., and that's what we settled on. They're here almost every day. This is a large plant. We have a technician that's our primary contact and I'd say he's here at least three or four days a week. We have a lot of process chillers besides just comfort cooling and heating here. There's a lot of that type of thing. They also handle our building fans, the huge 300,000 cubic feet a minute fans. We've got about 20 acres under roof. The people who have to work in the boiler house are happy - it's normally 135 ° out there. It's pretty miserable out there when the boilers are running; not so bad in the Winter time. If we have a breakdown in the Summer time out there in the boiler room, we'll even pay the overtime so we don't kill people. They're very knowledgeable, they're creative with the solutions, they're sensitive to costs as far as repair vs. replacement, and if we have an engineering issue they'll bring that up at the time. We had one area that was running pretty poorly because it was very heavily negative pressure and they mentioned that really we've got too many fans running in this area. We cut them in half and everything was perfect. They save us a lot of money in the long run. They really know our stuff; that helps a lot.
    - Sharon H.
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    ARTLIP & SONS INC
    There out here almost every day. The plant was built in '62. Some systems have been upgraded and some of them have not, so we've got things of various age around here, some that are pretty old and some that's a little bit newer, but we run them hard. A lot of our chilling equipment particularly is run very, very, very hard. I handle all of the contractors that do repairs in the facility and I probably write out as many purchase orders for Artlip as I do for everybody else all put together just because of the type of business that we have. I did five today, so if that gives you some idea. When you're using compressed air you need to have it clean and moisture-free, so the air dryer dries the compressed air. I won't know what the cost was until I get a bill. We don't usually talk about prices beforehand. I've worked with them for long enough that I know I'm going to get treated fairly, and if I have a question I'll call them. We've got more presses than we do comfort, but just on the comfort between window units and the rooftop units and everything, I've got about 200. I have no idea how many presses I've got, but I've got 200 outside units that manage air inside in some sort of way. I would give them all A's. They're good at making things run that you should probably give it it's last rites.
    - Sharon H.
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