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Hvac Repair reviews in Amawalk

  • A
    Maximum Indoor Comfort
    This was part of a great deal where MIC does a THOROUGH check of my ductless system (main compressor and all 4 indoor units) testing out both the A/C and Heating systems. They spent a good hour running through their tests and making sure everything checked out. This was second visit in a year as part of their Spring/Fall special for $175 they come in during the spring for the A/C and fall for the heating. They were on time showing up, and kept me informed of what they were doing. I will definitely use them again for next year's maintenance of my system! On a side note, I initially forgot about scheduling the 2nd visit and had to call them to ask if it was too late to use. They were very apologetic saying they should have called as a follow-up and immediately got me on the schedule. Very impressed!
    - Bill W.
  • C
    Sila
    This is once again a heads up to people with ductless A/C systems thinking about choosing the $69 HVAC service deal from Sila. I pointed out last year that this will only cover the main condenser unit on the outside of your house and ONE a/c unit connected to it inside your house. so if you have 4-5 A/C units (one for each room of your house) the cost goes WAY up per extra unit. They responded to my note last year on Angies list saying they would better communicate this deal in the future but this year I still see the same advertising "covers one HVAC system" which is very mis-leading to me, In my opinion, I have one HVAC system for my house not 4 separate systems. They really should put in an asterisk on this statement and then explain further.
    - Bill W.
  • C
    Sila
    Good and bad. I purchased the Angies List Deal of $69 to do a yearly tune-up/maint of my ductless A/C. The tech arrived on schedule but when seeing the system he said "Oh, this offer only covers the main outdoor unit and ONE inside unit". Well with ductless systems you usually have more than one inside A/C unit for your house (usually one in each main room). So to do the other 3 units in the house (I had 4 indoor units) it would cost me $99 per unit! (Really????) So instead of $69 it would cost me an additional $300!?! To me this is a bit of false advertising (or at a minimum poorly worded offer!) If anything, the sales person at Sila when setting up the appointment with me should have asked what type of system i had and once they knew I had a ductless ask how many units and explain this up front. I decided to just have the one unit done which they did a thorough and timely job on. I then found another company to do the rest for HALF that price! Just to be fair though. Doing the main outdoor unit and one unit for $69 is a good deal that no other company could probably match and they did a good job. But that only took care of 1/3 of my system. Just make sure you ask for details if you have a ductless system and not get the sticker shock i did.
    - Bill W.
  • A
    Maximum Indoor Comfort
    Very well. The technician showed up right on time and got right to work. A second person also showed up several minutes later to work on the outdoor main unit while the first guy took care of all 4 indoor units. This was a great Angies List deal which I grabbed to do my whole system for $179. They also pointed out to me that i had a "unique" issue where my outdoor main unit was set up right next to the dryer vent which created more blockage of the A/C intake which was sucking in all the dryer lint! (the previous company servicing my A/C never mentioned that) They told me where look for the buildup and to just hose it off periodically. (Thank you MIC!)
    - Bill W.
  • F
    Maximum Indoor Comfort
    Provider was contacted to perform a service purchased through Angie list. Failure to respond by the provider to several messages left with answering service resulted in the escalation to an emergency visit a week after initial contacts were ignored. Upon scheduling and with the added benefit of an emergency charge, the provider failed to show up for the scheduled appointment citing a call policy that was not communicated by phone and is not posted on their website. This failure to show resulted in lost business time on our part(oh yes that's right...the paying customer) requiring us to take additional time off the following day. The following day services were rendered and that evening the unit was still not functioning properly. Again, after several calls we were told that while the work was under warrant per ....you guessed it...another policy that is not referenced anywhere for public consumption...they won't do the work on the weekend. So, after leaving a message asking for a prompt return call Iwhich has not happened, I find myself completely disenchanted as I am now supposed to take another day off from my job to accommodate a service provider who didn't do the job right in the first place. After a call back where the provider would not accommodate my work schedule I am sorry to say I would never recommend them to anyone and am disappointed Angie's list represented them well. I would like a refund on my service coupon from Angie's list
    - natalie m.
  • A
    Phoenix Mechanical Corp
    Our boiler ruptured so we needed a new one.  We got a quote from Phoenix Mechanical.  They were very thorough and creative in proposing solutions to our heating needs.  In the end, we went with a different vendor, but Phoenix was definitely an extremely strong competitor.  We recommend contact them if you need a new boiler.
    - JAMES M.
  • B
    Maximum Indoor Comfort
    MIC was one of 3 bidders I chose through Angies List. They were very professional and provided some good ideas and insights about going duct vs ductless.  I'm sure based on the other reviews they would have done a good job if i chose them.  They were the slightly higher than the other 2 bids I received and they took a bit longer in getting back to me than the others. So nothing really stood out to choose them over the other two but based on the Angie's list reviews and how professional and polite they were working with me, they are worth considering putting in a bid.
    - Bill W.
  • A
    TACONIC HEATING & COOLING CORP
    Taconic did a great job coming in and installing this system in just 2 days time. Team showed up early around 7:30am and got right to work. Each member of the team was very polite, listened to my questions and concerns and worked well together throughout the project. Todd was the project supervisor/coordinator who did a nice job doing the pre-work with me and also took point in getting the permits squared away. He also did a nice job following up each day to make sure everything was going according to plan and confirming that the permits were approved when done.  A very turnkey operation!
    I also have to give kudo's to the electrician they use, Andy (from ACE Electric). He was great to work with and the electrical inspector spoke highly of his work when he came for final inspection. 
    Price was competitive with the 2 other bids I got from other Angies List "A" rated contractors. I also have to give an "A" for their responsiveness to any email I sent or coming over the following day for a meeting or followup on any open items I had.
    - Bill W.
  • A
    Bell Heating and Air Conditioning
    I had somewhat a questionable experience with this company on a prior project where they were supposed to change an  oil burner with a gas burner at one of mine investment multifamily properties.  The owner Keith came and took all the information but after that I called them several times and spoke to Brian to get things moving and nothing happened.  They kept telling me the plumber had to get back to them.  Finally they did get back to me after three months to ask me for some papers about the property from the town which to me sounded kind of odd and basically saying to me that we dont want to do this project and please find another vendor.
    However had they had told me this earlier I could have save 3 months of my time.  Finally I did get the project done from another company and everything went smoothly.
    My brother thru his investigation came across Bell for his geothermal project and decided to use them.  He had a great experience.
    I am not sure what the issue was with my multifamily project perhaps they were going thru some growing pains but they could have handled the situation in my opinion a lot better
    I am leaving them with good ratings from the experience I had with them with my geothermal project.  I did decide to use someone else for the geothermal project.  This time around everyone was very responsive to my questions and there price was very competitive.
    - MUNISH K.
  • A
    PREFERRED AIR SYSTEMS INC
    I had an old oil burner and no central air conditioning.  Knowing very
    well the mess it was going to be to retrofit a central air system I just
    could not resist the saving that were to be acquired by a geothermal
    unit.  I did my investigation called four different companies for
    estimates.  Out of four I narrowed it down to 2.  Preferred Air and Bell
    Heating and air conditioning.  As far as price goes after all the
    negotiations the two companies were only $100 apart.  For a project that
    could end up costing upwards of $70k that was amazing .  But it gave me
    satisfaction that the price I was getting perhaps not the bargain
    basement but nevertheless was fair.  The key difference between
    the two companies was that I have a room above the garage with Bell
    heating  they were going to put another system which would be a heat
    pump(which is not as efficient as geothermal) as a separate unit for
    that room.  Where as preferred air was going to incorporate it within
    the geothermal system and put a separate zone.  Between that and my
    visit to a current project that Preferred air was involved with tipped
    me toward Preferred Air for my geothermal system.
    The work started on schedule one glitch occurred I ran out of oil 2 days before
    the project was suppose to start.  Now I had no heat or hot water for
    2-3 weeks.  But Preferred Air was very good as far as coming up with
    solutions and they did.  They quickly installed 2 water heaters that
    were suppose to be part of the project and instructed me to get the
    electrician to connect them so I would have hot water.  The solution was
    good except after they installed the two water tanks the next day.  I
    went to call the electrician he text me back that he was in the
    bahamas.  Well the day the electrician returned(he is a good friend of
    mine) he came and connected the hot water heaters and the weather
    started getting a little warmer so problem solved.
    As I write the work is still in progress I will continue to update as the work progresses
    From beginning to end Preferred Air was very professional.  Sean who is their salesman/design engineer was very
    detail oriented.  Vinnie who is the project manager and his co workers are all very polite very neat and very detailed
    in their tasks.  They leave the work area as clean as can be.  So far I am very happy with the project I will also try to come back
    to angies list and update my saving from this project.  For those of you contemplating geothermal remember mine was a retrofit
    which is always more expensive if you are building a new house just go for geothermal you will not regret it.
    - MUNISH K.
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