My partner and I had a concern with the heat pump, and the professional Heating and Air Conditioning repair supplier wanted $570 to repair the problem.
My partner and I decided to contact a couple of other locations to see if both of us could get a lower quote for the work.
The people I was with and I called a couple of Heating and Air Conditioning repair companies in neighborhood and they were relatively the same price. My partner and I decided to look online. The people I was with and I went on Craigslist and found an Heating and Air Conditioning serviceman willing to do the work for half the cost. I had to buy the repair parts on our own, although I still saved $200 on the repair. The serviceman took most of the day to repair the heat pump. When he left the house, the heat was running. It wasn’t very sizzling in the house, but sizzling air was coming out of the vents. The temperature never reached the desired setting on the temperature control. The heat pump ran all night separate from a single break. My partner and I decided to contact the business in the afternoon. I wanted the guy to come back to the house and have a look at the heat pump. My partner called the number numerous times and each time the iphone went to voicemail. The people I was with and I never got a call back from the business and eventually had to call a respected service provider to handle the repair. The online business took our money and did not complete the work properly. I felt love an idiot after getting swindled for almost $400. At fifty years old, I should have known to contact a professional first.