Problems with furnace upgrade

I l received the taxing way how important it is to research an Heating and Air Conditioning supplier before hiring them.

I should have taken the time to study customer reviews and make sure the supplier worked on a good sitting with the Better Business Bureau.

It would have been helpful to know ahead of time that this supplier doesn’t require NATE-certified servicemans, isn’t factory authorized and doesn’t guarantee their work. Instead, I called the first local Heating and Air Conditioning supplier that showed up in our google results. I needed a new furnace installed and hoped to get the job handled abruptly. They were able to show up the honestly next day and gave a free estimate, so I was glad about that. I was smart enough to look into the odd makes and models of furnaces on the new market. I knew which features I wanted and was willing to pay extra for an Energy Star qualified model. However, when the servicemans arrived at the new home with the new furnace, it was the wrong model. I refused to let them install it. I then waited several weeks for the proper model to come in. The upgrade process was disorganized and created a tremendous amount of mess in the house; When the servicemans were all finished, the furnace made a rattling noise every time it started up! After all sorts of complaints and repairs, I finally called a odd Heating and Air Conditioning supplier to take a look. They found that the furnace was not installed properly and was leaking a tremendous amount of energy because of it, and fortunately, the troubles were able to be resolved by this fourth corporation.


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