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10/01/2017
By: hls_elm
Ultimate Roofing WV llc
Quality work at a reasonable price. Very satisfied with the roofing job. Will gladly recommend to others.
07/24/2017
By: Tony V.
Ultimate Roofing WV llc
Great company they can help you with whatever you need very cheep and very fast. Will recommend them to everyone!
03/06/2017
By: Rebecca R.
Grogg's Heating & Ac
I enjoyed working with this company every step of the way, from the first day when I called in for my appointment to the last day when my new furnace was installed. Everyone was so nice and professional and they always showed up on time!
12/17/2016
By: Cheryl H.
A Plus Home Repairs
They took $1200 down payment to replace my deck. When they did not do the work, I asked for the money back. After confirming that Home Depot would take back the supplies that he had ordered, Dave Moran told me that "he had just dropped the check in the mail." Of course it was never received. I filed a report to the Better Business Bureau, and they did not respond to them either. It's one thing to not complete a job to which you have committed and been given partial payment for, but to lie about returning the money takes it to a higher level of deceit. This company had done work for me in the past, and I had given them several good references, including to my sister who is the power of attorney for our other (disabled) sister. They performed satisfactory work for her, so I just chalk my loss up to helping my disabled sister. I just hope that they don't scam her. You never know about people. I hope the Morans get themselves straightened out; they are WAY over their heads!
12/17/2016
By: Betsy T.
A Plus Home Repairs
They took a $1,300 down payment to replace gutter, soffit and fascia in Sept., we've tried to contact them numerous times, and the work has never been done. They're scam artists, especially the co-owner, Brad Moran. Do not use them.
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10/28/2015
By: Betsy S.
Weatherservice Heating & Cooling
This is without a doubt the WORST company EVER!!! My 81 year old widowed mother called Weatherservice to do an annual inspection of her Trane furnace on October 26, 2015. The service tech came to her house, checked the unit, said her CO2 levels were at 12 (the highest can only be 8), told her the furnace was bad and she needed a new one. He actually shut her furnace off and removed the disconnect. He told her that "legally" he had to take the part with him so that it couldn't be reconnected. He quoted her a price of $5,200.00 for a new furnace. It's October 26, the temperature was down in the 40's that night and this idiot turns off an old lady's heat!!! I told my husband about this (he's a commercial contractor) and he just about blew a gasket! He said they had no right to turn off her furnace, remove the disconnect and basically steal it! I called Joe Gonzalez, who apparently owns this company, and demanded that he return the part immediately. He told me to "hold on there" he would find out what was going on and call me back. He called me back shortly and told me that they had "condemned that unit back in 2012" and that it needed replaced. I was repeating what he was saying and my husband grabbed the phone and told him to return the part immediately. Mr. Gonzalez started arguing with my husband and told him that he (my husband) was "going to get somebody killed." He said that we could pick up the part at his office. The more he refused to return the disconnect the madder my husband got. After Mr. Gonzalez told my husband to "shut up" and my husband threatened to sue Weatherservice (as they have been numerous times) Mr. Gonzalez agreed to return the part. However, he wouldn't reinstall it. My husband called a friend of his who is a certified Trane technician, and this friend went to look at my mom's furnace this afternoon. He spent 3 hours taking the furnace apart, checking it out thoroughly, and testing the CO2 levels in the house (which registered 0 on the meter) he pronounced the furnace in fine working order. Weatherservice is a crooked company just waiting to take advantage of the elderly!!! DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY!!!! Crooked as a dogs hind leg!!!!
08/20/2014
By: Patricia H.
Starkey's Refridgeration & Air Conditioning
Horrible service. Did not come till late, put me off till today and called just a few minutes ago to say he could not make it today and that he was pretty sure he could be h ere tomorrow. It's in the 80's , I have 5 dogs and no air conditioning. He stated he quits at 5pm. I give this company NO STARS EVEN THOUGH i HAD TO GIVE IT ONE, THEY DO NOT DESERVE IT!!!
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