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Reviews in New York Tristate Area to Install Geothermal Heating

Suffolk Systems Inc
This is the second time that we have contracted with Suffolk Systems Inc. for the installation of a geothermal heat pump (we have multiple units). The first time was 2 years ago, and the experience was so positive in respect of quality and professionalism of work, that we did not hesitate to use them again. This second experience was just as satisfying - Dan and his installation team were punctual, professional, neat, and thorough. The work was complicated by nature, but they handled it all expertly, and completed it timely. The new unit is operating as expected. Lori in the office is consistently attentive, responsive, and helpful. We are extremely pleased with all aspects of our experience with Suffolk Systems Inc.
- Jason B....
Suffolk Systems Inc
I've worked with many companies over the years, both as a contractor and a customer. Suffolk Systems worked on the inside portion of our geothermal installation in the last couple of years where the outside work was all new, but the inside work involved a retrofit from an oil based system to geothermal forced air and radiant. It's a big house, so it was a long job, involving 6 zones. That gave me a chance to get to really see how they worked. I will tell you that they scored high marks on all counts. First, they were technically adept in every way. In addition, they were careful and paid attention to detail. Also, they were really a pleasure to work with, as their attitude was always positive. I've worked with enough trades to tell you that it's a much better experience to work with professionals who have a good attitude toward their work and customers, vs those who are angry, don't like their bosses, or who would rather be somewhere else. And as others have stated, they were careful and respectful of the house/floors, wearing booties any time they walked through finished spaces. Mike and Lori in the office, and Dan on the job, all made for a very positive experience, and a great final product. I would not hesitate for a moment to recommend them for any job.
- Robert D....
GreenLogic LLC
This company was arrogant and rude! He wouldnt give us an estimate unless we did a energy audit. Refused to come and see us again unlkess we were giving them a check or had our financing in place. They brought over the actual drill guy and said I dont have IGSHPA certification because I dont want it or need it. Amazing how a company can try and work this way! Disgraceful!!
- Kimberly O....
Green Mechanicals Heating and Cooling LLC
Upul is very experienced in geothermal systems. The service session turned into an education session for me. He did a thorough examination of our large system consisting of 8 geothermal units. After he was told the broken unit was under warranty, he contracted the carrier directly to get the repair cost cover. Upul is patient and pleasant to work with. We definitely will use him again.
- Cathie J....
Green Mechanicals Heating and Cooling LLC
The provider did a thorough check up on our large geothermal system which consists of 8 zones. With lots of knowledge and experience in geothermal systems, he explained patiently how components in the system work together. As soon as he was told the broken unit was covered under warranty, he worked independently with the unit carrier to have the repair work covered at no cost to us. Upul was professional and pleasant. We will definitely use him again.
- Cathie J....
Bell Mechanical, LLC
Bell heating originally quoted me for my geothermal install. I unfortunately went with another company (see my other geothermal review) who didn't have the proper resources to complete the geothermal drilling. The other installer spent 3 months drilling all of 3 bores in our yard which was basically solid rock after the first 11 feet of drilling. The tiny rig he had couldn't handle this soil composition and he wound up walking away from the job leaving my yard a complete mess and me with no geothermal...Plus the electric back up system he installed eventually failed as well... I eventually called Bell and they brought in a professional driller that drilled all the required 5 bores in 1 DAY! Bells team quickly followed right behind delivering the equipment and hooking everything up in a few days (including properly testing the system which takes a while). I now have geothermal heat and A/C running smooth! Bell even sent one of their guys back to answer some questions about the system that I didn't understand and he took his time and was very professional! It's unfortunate that I didn't go with Bell the first time but I guess lesson learned.... Their pricing is very reasonable and their service is top notch.
- Basim N....
Bell Mechanical, LLC
I had somewhat a questionable experience with this company on a prior project where they were supposed to change an oil burner with a gas burner at one of mine investment multifamily properties. The owner Keith came and took all the information but after that I called them several times and spoke to Brian to get things moving and nothing happened. They kept telling me the plumber had to get back to them. Finally they did get back to me after three months to ask me for some papers about the property from the town which to me sounded kind of odd and basically saying to me that we dont want to do this project and please find another vendor. However had they had told me this earlier I could have save 3 months of my time. Finally I did get the project done from another company and everything went smoothly. My brother thru his investigation came across Bell for his geothermal project and decided to use them. He had a great experience. I am not sure what the issue was with my multifamily project perhaps they were going thru some growing pains but they could have handled the situation in my opinion a lot better I am leaving them with good ratings from the experience I had with them with my geothermal project. I did decide to use someone else for the geothermal project. This time around everyone was very responsive to my questions and there price was very competitive.
- Munish K....
Phoenix Mechanical Corp
Just scheduling an appointment to meet with Phoenix for an estimate was a red flag. Jon, the owner, apparently, is rarely in the office and did not provide a cell phone contract. Accordingly, we had to negotiate our respective schedules via email exchanges. After Jon rescheduled our appointment once, he showed up with an associate for one hour survey of my house and property prior to offering an estimate/proposal to convert to geo-thermal. But they spent a big chunk of our meeting trying to sell a ductless system instead, an option I told them was not on the table. Just to move the meeting forward, I eventually agreed to review a proposal for ductless along with the proposal for geothermal. At the end of our meeting, he promised a written proposal and estimate via email within a week. That deadline came and went with a vague excuse that he needs more time to get prices. After missing another self-imposed deadline, I inquired via email if he had sent the proposal. That was two months ago. He still has not given me the courtesy of a reply. (Angie’s review process requires entering a number in the “amount paid” field before submitting the review. It would not accept N/A (not applicable). So the $500 amount I entered does not represent any amount I paid to them. It represents a rough estimate of how much of my valuable time they wasted.) Based on their Angie’s list reviews, I would have considered them for my central A/C maintenance and other work even if I don’t proceed with the geothermal. The owner’s lack of professionalism and courtesy eliminated them from consideration.
- Robert G....
S A Fink Associates
The system seems to work very well and my house is warm and cozy, something it never was when we had oil heat. LIPA just inspected it and said it was a very nice installation.
- Sarah H....
Cooper Mechanical Inc
Their price was substantially lower and their proposal was substantially more detailed than others. So, we were very impressed by that. That's the reason we decided to go with them. The system has been running almost exactly the way they said it would run and I think that's pretty impressive too to calculate the running course of a new system based on a completely different old system.
- W S....
Ryan Inc
From the first time Patrick Ryan entered our home, we knew that this company really cares about their customers. This was the first time a service person has ever stopped to slip surgical booties over his shoes to protect our hardwood floors. Patrick explained the complexities of the installation and returned several times with other employees to see the job site and prepare an accurate estimate of the cost. The office staff assisted us in applying for the government rebate that would defray the cost of the system. The drilling of the wells for the system took several weeks due to the rocky terrain and wet conditions. But the workers did a great job under less than ideal conditions. Installation of the new duct work, coupled with the retrofit of the existing system, was handled perfectly by the installers and designer. Even the Building Inspector was impressed by the quality of the duct work, noting that it was the neatest work he had ever seen. The best aspect of dealing with Ryan, Inc. was the fact that all the expertise needed was provided by their own employees: the well drillers, electricians, plumbers, installers, and office staff were all in house. That saved a tremendous amount of potential aggravation in trying to coordinate all trades. And the company continues to be responsive to any questions that we have. In summary, we would highly recommend Ryan, Inc. as an extremely professional organization.
- Carolyn P....
I had an old oil burner and no central air conditioning. Knowing very well the mess it was going to be to retrofit a central air system I just could not resist the saving that were to be acquired by a geothermal unit. I did my investigation called four different companies for estimates. Out of four I narrowed it down to 2. Preferred Air and Bell Heating and air conditioning. As far as price goes after all the negotiations the two companies were only $100 apart. For a project that could end up costing upwards of $70k that was amazing . But it gave me satisfaction that the price I was getting perhaps not the bargain basement but nevertheless was fair. The key difference between the two companies was that I have a room above the garage with Bell heating they were going to put another system which would be a heat pump(which is not as efficient as geothermal) as a separate unit for that room. Where as preferred air was going to incorporate it within the geothermal system and put a separate zone. Between that and my visit to a current project that Preferred air was involved with tipped me toward Preferred Air for my geothermal system. The work started on schedule one glitch occurred I ran out of oil 2 days before the project was suppose to start. Now I had no heat or hot water for 2-3 weeks. But Preferred Air was very good as far as coming up with solutions and they did. They quickly installed 2 water heaters that were suppose to be part of the project and instructed me to get the electrician to connect them so I would have hot water. The solution was good except after they installed the two water tanks the next day. I went to call the electrician he text me back that he was in the bahamas. Well the day the electrician returned(he is a good friend of mine) he came and connected the hot water heaters and the weather started getting a little warmer so problem solved. As I write the work is still in progress I will continue to update as the work progresses From beginning to end Preferred Air was very professional. Sean who is their salesman/design engineer was very detail oriented. Vinnie who is the project manager and his co workers are all very polite very neat and very detailed in their tasks. They leave the work area as clean as can be. So far I am very happy with the project I will also try to come back to angies list and update my saving from this project. For those of you contemplating geothermal remember mine was a retrofit which is always more expensive if you are building a new house just go for geothermal you will not regret it.
- Munish K....
Wragg Well Drilling
Wragg Well Drilling was a subcontractor working with my HVAC installer. I was happy with Wragg's service. Managers were responsive during the planning phase. When the job got under way, the crew showed up promptly each day and worked carefully. The managers and workers seemed experienced and competent. My neighbor told me later that when overflow from the drilling approached his property, the Wragg workers dealt with the problem diligently. Because of the underground conditions at the site, the drilling took twice as long as Wragg expected, but the crew kept working without interruption till the job was done.
- Eric W....
Hamptons Air Heating and Air Conditioning
Fantastic!!...highly recommend Hampton Air HVAC over any other HVAC companies servicing the East End and especially The Hamptons. Dealt with the owners who are not just knowledgeable technicians but trustworthy,informative, competitive and timely completed our work to extreme satisfaction second to none. And yes, we've had our share with other HVAC companies like Graham Weber, Geotherm and several others who never completely did complete thier work........Hampton Air will be a leader in the HVAC industry.
- Vincent M....
Ryan Inc
Patrick Ryan was very responsive to our questions when we began looking into installing a geothermal heating & cooling system. Pat and others from Ryan, Inc. came to our house shortly after first contacting them to estimate the work to be done and provided a proposal shortly afterwards. As part of working with the "NJ Home Performance with energy star" program, they also did an energy analysis of the house to be eligible for a rebate and a 0% loan via the state program. A geothermal system costs quite a bit, but Ryan showed how the various rebates and other programs such as a 30% federal tax credit could make it more affordable. They handled all the paperwork for those programs. Other contractors we spoke with did not want to deal with any rebates. After we decided to install the system, drilling the wells took less than a week (we were told our ground turned out to be easy to drill) and installation took a couple days. The workers cleanup up after themselves very well and Ryan was flexible regarding coming back to finish patching holes where duct work was done, since we were also adding some new lighting in the same rooms at the time. A WaterFurnace Series 5 geothermal system was installed, along with a water tank that the geothermal system preheats, and a regular resistance style 50 gallon water heater. The single zone ducts were split into 2 zones. They also performed energy saving work, such as sealing the house much better than it was before. We had Ryan come back to tweak the system, such as adding a 3rd zone instead of just 2 zones and moving the new zones' thermostats to better locations. The electrical usage of the new water heater was much higher than what we would have liked. Even with the preheated water provided by the geothermal HVAC system, the electric resistance water heater used a lot of electricity, especially in the parts of the year where the HVAC system does not run at all. After discussing this with Patrick, the original water heater was replaced with a heat pump style 80 gallon water heater, which has been using much less electricity. All work was done by Ryan; there were no subcontractors, which was another plus.
- Andrew V....

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Bronx, NY

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Rhinebeck, NY

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Southampton, NY

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Recent Review: Our 17 year old ClimateMaster geothermal unit quit on one of coldest days of winter. One of GeoSource's techs arrived on time as promised, identified problem and most of all, had parts in his van enabling him to get the unit working. Have used GeoSource at least twice before and have been very satisfied. Should have recommended them long ago. It's hard to find competent geothermal technicians in Connecticut, let alone Fairfield County. This company specializes in geothermal alone. We've found other HVAC companies who claim to service geothermal, have to send a follow-up technician who knows geothermal after the first tech is unable to figure out what's wrong. If your system is geothermal, get a specialist!

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Our 17 year old ClimateMaster geothermal unit quit on one of coldest days of winter. One of GeoSource's techs arrived on time as promised, identified problem and most of all, had parts in his van enabling him to get the unit working. Have used GeoSource at least twice before and have been very satisfied. Should have recommended them long ago. It's hard to find competent geothermal technicians in Connecticut, let alone Fairfield County. This company specializes in geothermal alone. We've found other HVAC companies who claim to service geothermal, have to send a follow-up technician who knows geothermal after the first tech is unable to figure out what's wrong. If your system is geothermal, get a specialist!