Efficiency Heating & Air

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  • 462 Old Wilson Rd

    Wendell, NC 27591

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  • 919-365-9511

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Used E-heating and found them to be kind,professional and on time! Even better the office followed up with me and moved forward with registering my HVAC for me. Note: company had to purchase new cement slab because my unit was to large for the old slab. I offered to pay for it and they declined stating that it wasn't quoted in my original price so they declined my offe.I consider that honorable indeed!

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Used E-heating and found them to be kind,professional and on time! Even better the office followed up with me and moved forward with registering my HVAC for me. Note: company had to purchase new cement slab because my unit was to large for the old slab. I offered to pay for it and they declined stating that it wasn't quoted in my original price so they declined my offe.I consider that honorable indeed!

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In my 43 years of being a home owner, i have used multiple HVAC companies and Efficiency Heating and Air is by far the best HVAC company i have ever used. I highly recommend using this company for ANY of your HVAC needs. The owner and his employees were the most professional people i have ever come in contact with. I will without a doubt recommend this company to anyone!

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In my 43 years of being a home owner, i have used multiple HVAC companies and Efficiency Heating and Air is by far the best HVAC company i have ever used. I highly recommend using this company for ANY of your HVAC needs. The owner and his employees were the most professional people i have ever come in contact with. I will without a doubt recommend this company to anyone!

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Efficiency Heating & Air installed the HVAC System at our shop and did a great job!! The crew arrived as scheduled and got the job done. They cleaned up the work area on a daily basis, and completed the job on time. Since then we have recommended Efficiency to another person, and they had the same great results.

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Efficiency Heating & Air installed the HVAC System at our shop and did a great job!! The crew arrived as scheduled and got the job done. They cleaned up the work area on a daily basis, and completed the job on time. Since then we have recommended Efficiency to another person, and they had the same great results.

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I would highly discourage using Efficiency Heating and Air as well as any Goodman A/C units. We live in a new construction home, which as of now, 2010, is only 2 years old that Efficiency Heating and Air installed the HVAC system. \nThe first issue started almost 2 years ago when the upstairs A/C unit could not keep up on summer days and reached almost 80 F when set at 70 F. They sent a technician out who did not do a pressure check and told me everything looked fine and left no paperwork. \nI called an outside HVAC company and spent money to have them evaluate the system. They informed me that the system had a Delta T that was only 8 degrees when 15 degrees was minimal, dye was found in the system which meant someone had to have previously been looking for a leak, and also found the unit appeared to have a bad thermal expansion valve or similar component issue.\nAfter this, I spoke with the owner of the company and informed him that his company did not evaluate the system properly and would be responsible for repairs as well as the cost of the other companys evaluation. \nThe technician never bothered to call to let us know he would be late even though we were the first appointment of the day and when trying to go through the receptionist, she was not helpful in tracking the technician down either. This wasnt the first time they were hours late. \nThey came and found poor pressures and added 1 lb of refrigerant and glo-stick to the upstairs and a lb of refrigerant to the downstairs unit without bothering to try to find the source of the leak on either unit. A brand new unit shouldnt have refrigerant leaks! \nI kept smelling refrigerant in the house, which I would describe as a mix of a hydrochloric acid vapor and a volatile organic - very irritating to the nose. I called Efficiency about the smell and was told that you cant smell refrigerant, which is absolutely not true!\nOnce again I called about the upstairs unit not keeping up with the set-point temperature and the smell of refrigerant in both the upstairs and now the downstairs as well. They told me once more that there is nothing wrong with the unit.\nRains hit and we have water leaking in the roof along the air conditioning vent in the attic. I call Efficiency about this and they come to change the cap. Water leaking along the air conditioning vent in the attic still. I call Efficiency again and they tar the roof along the vent. Obviously their installations are not top-notch quality. A neighbor across the street also has this same issue and their system was also installed by Efficiency.\nThis summer, the upstairs unit is still not keeping up with hot days and I am still smelling refrigerant. Efficiency finds pressures were low again and added another 1.5 lb of refrigerant and more glo-stick. Still not bothering to determine the source of the leak.\nA Goodman representative comes to the house with Efficiency and proceeds to tell me that there is nothing they can do and that the system is doing what it is designed to do.\nJuly 21, 2010 after many calls and constant nagging, finally a technician crawls under the house, and finds that the evaporator coil on the downstairs unit was leaking refrigerant into the house. The evaporator coil on the downstairs was replaced and another 1 lb of refrigerant was added. Still no one has bothered to find the source of the upstairs leak or double check the downstairs system and connections.\nI asked Efficiency to have an industrial hygienist come and monitor the air in the house to make sure we are still not inhaling refrigerant and they have refused to do this to make sure that our safety is taken into consideration.\nEfficiency does not care about customer service unless they are pushed, does not care about individual safety, nor EPA regulations on the release of refrigerant into your home or for that matter the environment. Their products (particularly Goodman) and installation are subpar.\n\n\n\n\n

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I would highly discourage using Efficiency Heating and Air as well as any Goodman A/C units. We live in a new construction home, which as of now, 2010, is only 2 years old that Efficiency Heating and Air installed the HVAC system. \nThe first issue started almost 2 years ago when the upstairs A/C unit could not keep up on summer days and reached almost 80 F when set at 70 F. They sent a technician out who did not do a pressure check and told me everything looked fine and left no paperwork. \nI called an outside HVAC company and spent money to have them evaluate the system. They informed me that the system had a Delta T that was only 8 degrees when 15 degrees was minimal, dye was found in the system which meant someone had to have previously been looking for a leak, and also found the unit appeared to have a bad thermal expansion valve or similar component issue.\nAfter this, I spoke with the owner of the company and informed him that his company did not evaluate the system properly and would be responsible for repairs as well as the cost of the other companys evaluation. \nThe technician never bothered to call to let us know he would be late even though we were the first appointment of the day and when trying to go through the receptionist, she was not helpful in tracking the technician down either. This wasnt the first time they were hours late. \nThey came and found poor pressures and added 1 lb of refrigerant and glo-stick to the upstairs and a lb of refrigerant to the downstairs unit without bothering to try to find the source of the leak on either unit. A brand new unit shouldnt have refrigerant leaks! \nI kept smelling refrigerant in the house, which I would describe as a mix of a hydrochloric acid vapor and a volatile organic - very irritating to the nose. I called Efficiency about the smell and was told that you cant smell refrigerant, which is absolutely not true!\nOnce again I called about the upstairs unit not keeping up with the set-point temperature and the smell of refrigerant in both the upstairs and now the downstairs as well. They told me once more that there is nothing wrong with the unit.\nRains hit and we have water leaking in the roof along the air conditioning vent in the attic. I call Efficiency about this and they come to change the cap. Water leaking along the air conditioning vent in the attic still. I call Efficiency again and they tar the roof along the vent. Obviously their installations are not top-notch quality. A neighbor across the street also has this same issue and their system was also installed by Efficiency.\nThis summer, the upstairs unit is still not keeping up with hot days and I am still smelling refrigerant. Efficiency finds pressures were low again and added another 1.5 lb of refrigerant and more glo-stick. Still not bothering to determine the source of the leak.\nA Goodman representative comes to the house with Efficiency and proceeds to tell me that there is nothing they can do and that the system is doing what it is designed to do.\nJuly 21, 2010 after many calls and constant nagging, finally a technician crawls under the house, and finds that the evaporator coil on the downstairs unit was leaking refrigerant into the house. The evaporator coil on the downstairs was replaced and another 1 lb of refrigerant was added. Still no one has bothered to find the source of the upstairs leak or double check the downstairs system and connections.\nI asked Efficiency to have an industrial hygienist come and monitor the air in the house to make sure we are still not inhaling refrigerant and they have refused to do this to make sure that our safety is taken into consideration.\nEfficiency does not care about customer service unless they are pushed, does not care about individual safety, nor EPA regulations on the release of refrigerant into your home or for that matter the environment. Their products (particularly Goodman) and installation are subpar.\n\n\n\n\n

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I would highly discourage using Efficiency Heating and Air as well as any Goodman A/C units. We live in a new construction home, which as of now, 2010, is only 2 years old that Efficiency Heating and Air installed the HVAC system.

The first issue started almost 2 years ago when the upstairs A/C unit could not keep up on summer days and reached almost 80 F when set at 70 F. They sent a technician out who did not do a pressure check and told me everything looked fine and left no paperwork.

I then decided to call an outside HVAC company and spent money to have them evaluate the system. They informed me that the system had a Delta T that was only 8 degrees when 15 degrees was minimal, dye was found in the system which meant someone had to have previously been looking for a leak, and also found the unit appeared to have a bad thermal expansion valve or similar component issue.

After this, I called Efficiency Heating and Air and requested that I speak with the owner of the company and informed him that his company did not evaluate the system properly and would be responsible for repairs as well as the cost of the other company??s evaluation.

The technician never bothered to call to let us know he would be late even though we were the first appointment of the day and when trying to go through the receptionist, she was not helpful in tracking the technician down either. This wasn??t the first time they were hours late. When I asked why glo-stick was in the system, I was told by the technician that it was standard practice? interesting since other companies don??t do this as standard practice and dyes are harsh on compressors in the long run.

They came on August 19, 2009 and found poor pressures and added 1 lb of refrigerant and glo-stick to the upstairs and a 0.5 lb of refrigerant to the downstairs unit without bothering to try to find the source of the leak on either unit. A brand new unit shouldn??t have refrigerant leaks!

I kept smelling refrigerant in the house, which I would describe as a mix of a hydrochloric acid vapor and a volatile organic - very irritating to the nose. I called Efficiency about the smell and was told that you can??t smell refrigerant, which is absolutely not true? read the material safety data sheets!

They came out on Sept 16, 2009 and ??checked the upstairs evaporator coil? for a leak but instead only found a leak on an outside line.

Once again I called about the upstairs unit not keeping up with the set-point temperature and the smell of refrigerant in both the upstairs and now the downstairs as well. Sept. 29, 2009 they told me once more that there is nothing wrong with the unit.

Fall and winter no smell since we don??t use the A/C.

Rains hit and we have water leaking in the roof along the air conditioning vent in the attic. I call Efficiency about this and they come to change the cap. More rains come months later and still water leaking along the air conditioning vent in the attic. I call Efficiency again and they ??tar? the roof along the vent. Obviously their installations are not top-notch quality. A neighbor across the street also has this same issue and their system was also installed by Efficiency.

July 7, 2010 upstairs unit is still not keeping up with hot days and I am still smelling refrigerant. Efficiency finds pressures were low again and added another 1.5 lb of refrigerant and more glo-stick. Still not bothering to determine the source of the leak.
A Goodman representative comes to the house with Efficiency and proceeds to tell me that there is nothing they can do and that the system is doing what it is designed to do.

July 21, 2010 after many calls and constant nagging? finally a technician crawls under the house, which should have been done a year ago and finds that the evaporator coil on the downstairs unit was leaking refrigerant into the house. The evaporator coil on the downstairs was replaced and another 1 lb of refrigerant was added. Still no one has bothered to find the source of the upstairs leak or double check the downstairs system and connections.

I asked Efficiency to have an industrial hygienist come and monitor the air in the house to make sure we are still not inhaling refrigerant and they have refused to do this to make sure that our safety is taken into consideration. I am still convinced that I have a refrigerant leak. My newborn baby, husband, and I have been chronically exposed to refrigerant and I can tell you that I now have dizzy spells, headaches during the middle of the day when the heat is the hottest and the A/C system is working the hardest, and at times low heart rate.

Efficiency does not care about customer service unless they are pushed, does not care about individual safety, nor EPA regulations on the release of refrigerant into your home or for that matter the environment. Their products (particularly Goodman) and installation are subpar.

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I would highly discourage using Efficiency Heating and Air as well as any Goodman A/C units. We live in a new construction home, which as of now, 2010, is only 2 years old that Efficiency Heating and Air installed the HVAC system.

The first issue started almost 2 years ago when the upstairs A/C unit could not keep up on summer days and reached almost 80 F when set at 70 F. They sent a technician out who did not do a pressure check and told me everything looked fine and left no paperwork.

I then decided to call an outside HVAC company and spent money to have them evaluate the system. They informed me that the system had a Delta T that was only 8 degrees when 15 degrees was minimal, dye was found in the system which meant someone had to have previously been looking for a leak, and also found the unit appeared to have a bad thermal expansion valve or similar component issue.

After this, I called Efficiency Heating and Air and requested that I speak with the owner of the company and informed him that his company did not evaluate the system properly and would be responsible for repairs as well as the cost of the other company??s evaluation.

The technician never bothered to call to let us know he would be late even though we were the first appointment of the day and when trying to go through the receptionist, she was not helpful in tracking the technician down either. This wasn??t the first time they were hours late. When I asked why glo-stick was in the system, I was told by the technician that it was standard practice? interesting since other companies don??t do this as standard practice and dyes are harsh on compressors in the long run.

They came on August 19, 2009 and found poor pressures and added 1 lb of refrigerant and glo-stick to the upstairs and a 0.5 lb of refrigerant to the downstairs unit without bothering to try to find the source of the leak on either unit. A brand new unit shouldn??t have refrigerant leaks!

I kept smelling refrigerant in the house, which I would describe as a mix of a hydrochloric acid vapor and a volatile organic - very irritating to the nose. I called Efficiency about the smell and was told that you can??t smell refrigerant, which is absolutely not true? read the material safety data sheets!

They came out on Sept 16, 2009 and ??checked the upstairs evaporator coil? for a leak but instead only found a leak on an outside line.

Once again I called about the upstairs unit not keeping up with the set-point temperature and the smell of refrigerant in both the upstairs and now the downstairs as well. Sept. 29, 2009 they told me once more that there is nothing wrong with the unit.

Fall and winter no smell since we don??t use the A/C.

Rains hit and we have water leaking in the roof along the air conditioning vent in the attic. I call Efficiency about this and they come to change the cap. More rains come months later and still water leaking along the air conditioning vent in the attic. I call Efficiency again and they ??tar? the roof along the vent. Obviously their installations are not top-notch quality. A neighbor across the street also has this same issue and their system was also installed by Efficiency.

July 7, 2010 upstairs unit is still not keeping up with hot days and I am still smelling refrigerant. Efficiency finds pressures were low again and added another 1.5 lb of refrigerant and more glo-stick. Still not bothering to determine the source of the leak.
A Goodman representative comes to the house with Efficiency and proceeds to tell me that there is nothing they can do and that the system is doing what it is designed to do.

July 21, 2010 after many calls and constant nagging? finally a technician crawls under the house, which should have been done a year ago and finds that the evaporator coil on the downstairs unit was leaking refrigerant into the house. The evaporator coil on the downstairs was replaced and another 1 lb of refrigerant was added. Still no one has bothered to find the source of the upstairs leak or double check the downstairs system and connections.

I asked Efficiency to have an industrial hygienist come and monitor the air in the house to make sure we are still not inhaling refrigerant and they have refused to do this to make sure that our safety is taken into consideration. I am still convinced that I have a refrigerant leak. My newborn baby, husband, and I have been chronically exposed to refrigerant and I can tell you that I now have dizzy spells, headaches during the middle of the day when the heat is the hottest and the A/C system is working the hardest, and at times low heart rate.

Efficiency does not care about customer service unless they are pushed, does not care about individual safety, nor EPA regulations on the release of refrigerant into your home or for that matter the environment. Their products (particularly Goodman) and installation are subpar.

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