I'm in the process of selecting a contractor for a new furnace and relocation of this furnace so some duct-work and gas pipe relocation will be involved.
I'm looking in the Seattle area and wondering if anyone has any recommendations. ....I've had a couple bids then selected someone for the work (Home Construction Services) but they have yet to contact me or give me a timeline after my acceptance so I've left them a message that I won't be using them. (they don't seem professional as I cant get a hold of anyone).
G&S heating in Everett is a great company. Have you tried them? (I can’t post the number :/)
I had a friend actually tell me that same company! but they won't come to Seattle :( ...not sure if there is anything I can do to have them travel slightly further, im even in North Seattle as well....
Oh interesting I figured they would go down there. Another one I can recommend is a newer company, 1st response HVAC. Braxton has built a great team over the last two years.
Washington Mechanical has been great for us. http://washington-mechanical.com They are very customer friendly and reliable.
Thanks, I will look into both of these options!
Just had a new furnace installed (replaced a behemoth old furnace) by Greenwood Heating and HVAC. They were fantastic. They also did a repair on a furnace for me that another company told me was not possible.
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