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By: Tajuana R.
Connie Creed's Heat & Air
Call Connie Creed to ask her a question concerning a charge I was asked to pay to replace a defective thermostat that she installed at my home less than six months ago. Just like the other customers said she was BRUTAL!!! She became rude and irate like how dare you ask me a question about your bill. I asked her to watch her tone and told her I have a right to ask a question about my bill. She kept yelling. CONNIE CREED is scarey. DO BUSINESS WITH HER AT YOUR OWN RISK. Do yourself a favor and call someone else with good customer service.
By: mogoshien
Barnhart Heat & Air
These guys are AMAZING!!! Corey came out and repaired our AC last week. Our home had not reached the temperature we had set the thermostat on the whole summer. Another guy had come to work on it and said it was just gonna be hot because we have too many windows but just a few hours after Corey left we were actually cold! Kudos to Corey & Barnhart Heat & Air´╗┐!! CALL THESE GUYS IF YOU NEED YOUR A/C REPAIRED!!!!
By: Dereck M.
Connie Creed's Heat & Air
Do not use Connie Creed. Bottom line: she's unprofessional and her repairs are sub-par. The reviewer below calls her "brutally honest", which is true, but she is also rude, unpleasant, and highly unprofessional. Her attitude carries over to her technicians as well. Each time she came to the house she was late and every repair was either incomplete or ineffective. Her HVAC knowledge and skill is obviously lacking. I stopped my warranty from using her after the second visit and will never use her business again. Find someone else!
By: jasontm
Connie Creed's Heat & Air
Connie was nice enough to fit me in her busy schedule during the hot Arkansas summer. She was prompt, showing up on time. She seems like a brutally honest person, which is how service pros should be in my opinion. She has been gone from my house for half an hour now and the air is still working great. I am some what technical person and she went through the trouble to explain to me what had happened and why it wasn't working. I would recommend her to anyone using the AHS home warranty.
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