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By: Sarah C.
Diamond W Air Heating & Electrical
Maybe this is a small business, I don't know nor do I care if you have a business you should take credit cards or inform your customers of that immediately if you come to someone's home and they don't have cash payment you should be able to take checks or some other form or be patient do not ever slam the door in a customers face as a person with a disability who cannot easily travel to go get cash immediately, I would never recommend this business to anyone
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By: Michael A.
Around The Clock Heating & Air Conditioning
After 2 years sins ac and heating sistem instolled,Very hard to rich company leaved messages , nobody called back to schedule condenser/heat pump instollation,to finish what they started 2 years ago.Still can't rich them.............May be will hire different company to finish up
Tips & Advices
Most homes would benefit from having their air ducts cleaned every five to eight years. If there are pets in the home, or residents with respiratory ailments or compromised immune systems, the air ducts should be cleaned more frequently.
For the typical single-family home, air-duct cleaning takes between two to four hours. If there are pets in the household or it is an older home, cleaning the air ducts could take a bit longer. The ductwork in condominiums and townhouses might require less than two hours to clean.
Dirty air ducts can have a negative impact on indoor air quality, and poor indoor air quality can lead to allergies and respiratory ailments. A dirty air duct is also more likely to become infested with vermin. Hiring a professional to clean air ducts helps ensure the task is tackled efficiently and thoroughly.
The primary benefit of investing in a new furnace is greater efficiency. Newer furnaces are built to use a lot less energy than their predecessors, and can bring huge savings in monthly heating costs. Newer furnaces also offer a more comfortable user experience, since they are equipped with zoning systems and other amenities to help adjust and fine-tune temperatures throughout the home.
Furnaces are built to last 18 to 20 years, and an older furnace will likely suffer costly breakdowns. If there’s been  an increase in repair costs, it's likely that the time has come to replace the furnace. Another factor to consider is heating bills. Older furnaces are a lot less efficient than newer models. A new furnace will likely pay for itself relatively quickly via a lower energy bill.

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