Linda B. in Erie, CO
My furnace quit working and after two visits the CVHA technicians diagnosed the problem as a faulty air pressure switch. The technicians who worked on this problem were friendly and polite. They wore shoe covers when they came into my house, which I thought was very considerate. My furnace is working now so I guess they did fix the problem. My only complaint? The part they installed would have cost at most $30 if I had bought it myself. CVHA charged $249. That’s at least an 800% markup. Buyer beware.
– Linda B.