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By: Linda Q.
Brydges Investigation & Prlgl
Ms. Brydges was very negligent in handling my guardianship case and violated a number of state laws in the process. Worse, she charged me fees to do things she was not authorized to do, finding things to do just to increase her bill.She also requested my son's private motor vehicle records from AZDOT using her P.I. license, just as she has done for many other people. This is a violation of law and a violation of peoples privacy.AVOID HER AT ALL COSTS!!!
By: Leo S.
Heatwave Air Conditioning and Heating
Heatwave installed our AC, evap cooling and heating over twenty years ago and have been servicing them since. Work is always done professionally and they are very good about honoring warranties on parts they install. I would highly recommend them.
By: Collete R.
Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions
We have been customers of Coolbreeze for many years. They provide wonderful customer service and are always friendly. We had another great maintenance check today with Art. I appreciate the reminder calls to check our system too! We’ll be sticking with Coolbreeze for years to come for our HVAC needs.
By: Alex R.
Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions
Coolbreeze did a great job cleaning my unit and getting it ready for winter service, the technician was timely and office staff was a great help.
By: Kaitlyn L.
Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions
We have used Coolbreeze since purchasing our home a few years back. Our experience with them has always been positive and always a relief when they can repair things around our home.
By: Allen A.
Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions
Great customer service, called for a repair to my unit and they found an issue with my thermostat. Once repaired my unit started working again and all was good.
By: Bob M.
Cool Breeze Comfort Solutions
Needed a new system. Called for a quote, and received a good price on a Gas pack unit several thousand dollars below other companies quoted prices. Old equipment was removed and new system installed the same day 3 days from original quote. Extreme value, great service, good experience. Bob M. Tucson
By: Kevin J.
Rank One Services
Worst handyman services Ryan didn't even know basic wiringwas even caught in a couple of lies.Avoid at all cost!!
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By: Sam P.
Starr Ridge Home Owners Assoc Inc
Really bad HOA. Constant harrasment over the smallest things. 1 weed appeared on our front sand. Grandmothers caretakers facing the wrong direction when parked on side of street. Then there is this I have to put up with everyday -> https://i.imgur.com/Qgjb3qG.png. These people clearly have nothing better to do with their lives than harass home owners.We also deal with an infestation of tarantulas, killer bees and scorpions. At night we have waves of multiple flying insects that cover our entire walls.Also, the power to our house goes out 1-3 times every week for 2-4 hours. If it even sprinkles or a gust of wind passes by, we can pretty much expect the power to the house to go out. Construction on the house next to us took nearly 2 years to finish. All the cabling done to our house has really bad noise (meaning someone didn't test them):https://i.imgur.com/Fmmge4X.pnghttps://i.imgur.com/5krxDnX.pngSave your money and look elsewhere when buying a home.
By: James F.
S & S Air Conditioning & Heating Inc
This is the real service that we needed, and our A/C was topped up and works great. No B.S. or hustle for unnecessary replacement.
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