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By: Raymond P.
Ash Buster
Our 15yr old Harman pellet stove died. Called Chris at Ash Busters. He quoted a time to check it out, & was here at that time. Quickly diagnosed the problem, on a Saturday. Ordered the part Monday AM, was here Thursday PM, & completed the repair quickly. I watched him make the repair, he's very thorough, & does a neat job, installed a circuit board update, complete with wiring. It was a pleasure, to watch a craftsman, do a great job ! I highly recommend Chris, & will surely not hesitate to call him again. Rparky
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By: Michael G.
Ash Buster
We were very pleased with Chris' service, attitude and professionalism.Having our pellet stove serviced for the upcoming season was an important preparation as we heat our home primarily with that stove.Chris not only cleaned the stove and exhaust pipe, he diagnosed and repaired a faulty motor.I wholeheartedly recommend The Ash Buster (Chris) for any of your needs. Michael Gallagher, Dartmouth, Ma
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By: Alice M.
Ash Buster
You will never find a better company to service your stove. We have had Chris Davis service our stove for 6 or 7 years now. Always kind, thoughtful, neat and fair and reasonable. When he leaves your home you will be warm and there will be no signs he was even there. I enthusiastically recommend this company to all my family and friends who heat with pellets, wood or gas.
By: Paula B.
Ash Buster
Chris is the Buisiness ownerHe's very thorough Hard working .And friendly.He was very good to Me.My stove now works great.!!!!!he is also very well priced
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By: Karina P.
Land Home Construction
Mario did an excellent job with my finished basement and bathroom. Highly recommend his services.
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