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  • A
    Natural Energy Solutions LLC
    Eric returns annually for one service call during the summer. The Geothermal system has to be re-pressurized (hose is applied to system) and it takes all of 10 minutes. We purchase and change the filters throughout the house ourselves (3 filters in all) throughout the year. Eric and his team are the hardest working, most dependable, and most knowledgeable contractors in the area. He is a pleasure to work with and responds to questions with a smile. We simply couldn't be happier. Without reservation, we highly recommend Natural Energy Solutions!
    - karen f.
  • A
    Angie's list is a very big let down. This was the first time I have used them and I will never do it again. The customer service was non-existent and they basically just stole my money. I will fight to get it back but do not have much faith. Do not use Angie's List, they are thieves!
    - Aaron L.
  • A
    BAS Construction
    BAS did a great job with the work they performed on my house.�� The arrived on time, worked all day, communicated well, and completed the job exactly as they said they were going to.�� I would certainly use them again for any construction work in my house, and would highly recommend them.
    - Lisa B.
  • A
    Go Green Express Home Services
    It went very well. We've had them for several years. They are very pleasant. They seem to be pretty thorough when they do their work. I'm very pleased. I have no dislikes. The price is competitive with anybody else. I would definitely use them in the future.
    - Cathy R.
  • F
    Dan's Heating & Cooling, Inc.
    He highly recommended the Peerless Pinnacle high efficiency stainless
    steel system, which we bought and he installed.  Five years later, we
    had problems with the boiler, and he has been ducking us ever since, as
    we are trying to get a hugely expensive unit serviced.  He won't return
    phone calls, will not stand by his product or his work, and we are now
    forced to pay for a completely new system as it turns out the Peerless
    Pinnacle is a lemon.  When we had the system checked to see what new
    system would be the best, it turns out he installed the wrong size unit
    for our size house, and the unit he installed was underpowered for our
    square footage. What a nightmare.   Stay away !
    In addition, he uses a photo of our system setup as an example of his premier
    setups on his website without our permission.  Really?!
    - Nina F.
  • D
    One Hour Heating & Cooling of Albany
    Waited so long to post this review since I wanted to first have my central air system fixed before issuing my conclusions about Farrell Bros work.
    While Jake the service technician succeeded in finding and plugging a leak in the line, and fixing an electrical issue with the humidifier, the system still did not function when the work was done. Reporting low back pressure (which caused the compressor to stop), Jake solemnly declared that I would need a brand new compressor unit  or a whole new system.
    I held off and waited until I found a company that would try to repair the existing system rather than replace the whole thing. Boy, am I glad I did! I found a company called Results Inc., that was willing to spend the time and energy to get to the bottom of it.
    After John and his son from Results spent almost a day working on the system, removing moisture in the line and installing a moisture removal unit to keep moisture from collecting again (which FB didn't do), and pinpointing and removing a plug in the orifice at the coil unit in the basement, my unit is back on line and working perfectly.
    I spent just  under $400 to repair my system, rather than the $3500 for a new compressor or $5600 for a whole new system that Farrell Brothers wanted , and if I had gone ahead and replaced the compressor, the system would have still been clogged at the coil.
    Given their extremely high prices,  less than mediocre ability to fully research and repair my system, and eagerness to sell me new equipment for, I cannot recommend Farrell Brothers. Buyer Beware!

    -- Update to respond to response from Farrell Brothers:

    Yes, as stated in my original review, Farrell Brothers did repair the leak, inserted dye and repaired the humidifier connection. No argument there. However, after recharging the system with coolant when the work was completed,  the compressor shut down a short time later that day due to low back pressure. The technician returned later the same day, and declared that the compressor was dead and needed replacement. At that time, they knew the system was not functioning, so they are lying in their response that they assumed the unit was working all last summer. I subsequently received a quote from Farrell Brothers for a replacement compressor using R22 coolant (for $3600) or complete replacement of the system using new refrigerant (for $5600). I also received a follow up call a couple weeks later from them inquiring which option I would like to take advantage of, at which time I informed them that I would hold off and use window units instead until I fully researched the issue.

    As I stated in my original review, the back pressure issue that was causing the compressor unit to stop was due to a clog in the orifice at the coil unit, causing the low back pressure situation. The problem was not due to another leak or a failed compressor.
    - Marc R.
  • D
    Valley Oil Company Inc
    Called Chris Kelly at Valley Oil after the central air system stopped cooling the house and after being informed by another company that had been servicing the system for the former owners of my house that there was a leak in the system. I was told by the other company that the way to fix the leak was to inject a special dye into the system that can be seen with ultraviolet light and special glasses, helping to pinpoint the leak's location, which can then be sealed. Chris also described the same procedure, and since I was familiar with Valley Oil due to heating system service calls they had made at a house I was renting, I decided to give them the job.
    Two workers, Brian and Gary, showed up the next day, and started using a leak detector to try to find the leak, instead of performing the dye injection. After checking around the condenser, a few braised parts of the line, and the evaporation coils, they declared that they couldn't find a leak. They then proceeded to inject a sealant into the system, and recharged it with fresh coolant. They assured me that the leak must be tiny, and that the sealant should do the trick, and they left.
    One month later, the system again stopped cooling, and it was clear that all of the coolant has leaked out. I called Chris again to complain that we were back to square one, and he set up another service call with one of his technicians the same day. Brian arrived, and removed the covers on the condenser (almost bending one of the panels because he forgot to remove the middle screw) and I proceeded to vacuum the dust from the fins. First Brian thought he had located a leak in the condenser, but a few minutes later, declared that there wasn't a leak there. Then he ran the detector around a few other places, and then declared that he had found a leak near the evaporation coils inside the house. However, he indicated that the fitting was tight at the coils and that there must be a and quot;pin holeand quot; in it. Then he told me that it was likely the coils needed to be replaced, and that Chris would be calling with a quote to put in a new one. Just before Brian leaves, I find two screw pipe end caps on the window sill which he had forgotten to put back on the condenser unit.
    Bottom line, there are red flags galore with the quality of these two service calls. One, they never performed the job they were initially contracted for, which was for the dye injection. Second, on the second service call, they again failed to perform the dye injection. Third, I don't believe they actually found any leaks with the leak detector, and are blindly preaching the and quot;if you can't fix it, replace itand quot; mantra of so many so-called professional service technicians.
    I can't recommend them for service calls of the type I needed, and now I will be calling the other company to perform the dye injection test that should have been done in the first place.
    - Marc R.
  • A
    The work went very well. I was promptly given an estimate, and recomendation regarding the brand name and model # of furnace unit. After checking out the quality and prices the work went forward. Installation was complete within 2 days.
    - judith r.
  • A
    We use them every year.
    - DONALD W.
  • A
    Hoffman & Miller Heating & Cooling

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