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David's Appliance Sales & Repair
5.0
Great, he diagnosed the problem with the oven immediately and fixed it on the spot (luckily it just involved resetting a control panel....easy for him but I wouldn't have know where to start). Prompt and professional. Highly recommend!
- Amy S....
STOOKESBURY APPLIANCE CTR
1.0
Company didn't return my phone call (left message at 9:30am on Monday). From the voice mail, I expect they spend most of their time performing installations for big companies (e.g. Lowe's) as opposed to working on small jobs. Just a hunch. But they could have at least returned my call to tell me that....glad I called someone else.
- Amy S....
SAM WARD PLUMBING
3.0
Their work was okay, but they charged double which we refused to pay. They were not very professional.
- Jennifer M....
Burris Plumbing
5.0
He came to the house on time and was friendly and courteous. He took time to talk to me for a minute and then he went right to work to hook the stove up. The dial on the stove that controls the propane gave him a lot of trouble but he was patient and kept working at it until it was flowing properly. He tested all the burners, the broiler and the oven before he left. He also told me to call if I had any problems. I have not had any problems with my stove since it was installed over six years ago.
- Michelle T....
SID FULTON APPLIANCES
1.0
It took nearly two months to get it back because: first, they said didn't have the tool they needed and then, they ordered the wrong part, and then, they needed the turntables to test it. I'm unsure if they actually knew how to work on it because they indicated that they spent lots of time on the phone with GE. When I finally came to pick it up, over an hour from my home, the employee carried it out to my truck, holding it with his bare hands, and leaving fingerprints. When I got home and cleaned it, I found that it was scratched all over. It obviously had been handled a lot and strapped to something and both SS panels needed to be replaced. I called the owner and he asked that I send pictures, which I immediately did. After not hearing from him for several days, I drove back to the store to speak to him personally. He vehemently denied that they did it and had the nerve to say that we had scratched it after we picked it up. After much "discussion," I finally had to suggest (he never offered any compensation or assistance) that if they would get me the panels at his cost (approximately $200) and install them in my home, I would be satisfied. When the panels eventually came in, the service technician warped the larger panel by using the wrong tools to enlarge the holes for the handle and scratched it. We then noticed the panel appeared to be dented from the factory as well, and another was ordered. After several weeks, they called to say it was in and I told them what day I would be by to pick it up, a few days later. On the day I had told them I would be there, I drove back to the store, only to be told that they had sent it back to the factory that morning. It took several more months before I finally got the panel and my husband installed it himself. They claimed that the delay was due to the part coming several times from GE in an unsatisfactory condition. In addition, I asked that they grease the springs in the door while they had it apart, and although it was a bit better, it was still squeaking when returned. They indicated that they had had the door apart and couldn't really do anything with it. My husband sprayed some WD40 on the springs and it has been fine since. As an aside, I had taken another SS appliance to them a few years prior and found a large handprint scratch on it as well, but I was unable to be absolutely sure where it came from. I would not recommend this company due to the lack of customer service and lack of professionalism they showed me when I had a problem.
- Terri H....
Ecklar Home Improvement
5.0
We contacted Ernie, among other providers, because we found him on Angie's List last October. We needed to update just about everything in our home, so it was going to be a long, and large project. I think we had a total of 11 contractors come out to give quotes. I believe around 6 of them were from Angie's List. We settled on Ernie for several reasons. I liked the vibe I got when dealing with him. There were a couple of contractors who came in who felt a bit shady. Ernie was down to earth, easy to talk to, and easily offered up suggestions when I was stuck on exactly how I might want something done. I also told him our project would probably be done in pieces, as we had a lot to do. He seemed okay with this. However, although we might have been focusing on just one project, we continually discussed what the best way would be to do what was coming next. He communicated often, and always returned phone calls. He was great at working around my schedule. At first, things were slow because I only had one day off a week. We weren't comfortable allowing anyone in without one of us home. It wasn't long before I felt okay with allowing him to come and work while we were gone. We never had a formally written contract. Often during the process I worried about this, recounting all the horrific tales I'd heard from others about contractors changing their prices, or what they're doing, etc. Our agreements were all verbal. I wouldn't recommend verbal agreements, because it really is better to have everything hashed out in detailed writing, and I realize we took a gamble in doing so. Ernie did talk about bringing in a written contract on several occasions, but it didnt happen while this part of the work was being done. However, I didn't insist either. In the end, his quoted amount stayed the same. It felt disjointed at times, because some things we discussed didnt get done, or were part of the original quote yet were done separately, later. The backings on the steps are an example. That was part of the original quote, yet later I paid for it to be done separately. There were also supposed to be a couple more lights going in, to my understanding. Now, the basement isn't completed yet (we are doing things in increments as money allows) so the lights will still go in. It was my understanding, tho, that as part of the original 1st stage quote that there would be at least 2 others. Yet, there were other things that were part of the original quote that I decided against having done, and Ernie adjusted accordingly and I paid quite a bit less than the original amount quoted in the long run. Ernie did arrange for drywall to be delivered. Some materials were included in cost, and other times I was responsible for getting materials. Some people may want a contractor to just be all inclusive, but we preferred to purchase some of our own materials. Ernie was very good at giving us advice on what to buy. If he had to purchase something outside of the included cost, he simply presented the receipt for re-imbursement. No up charge. The above examples are really why one should have everything in writing. I don't believe for a second that the things I felt were left out was intentional. My understanding of every detail we agreed to may have been different than what he thought. It was such a minor thing because, as I said, in the long run we still paid a very fair amount and the work was quality. That means more to me than creating conflict over a difference of understanding when the money paid out is still very much in the ballpark of where it should be. Had I felt he was jerking me around, that would be a different issue entirely. But I never felt that way. No, I think having the written contract just helps both parties know exactly what is being paid for. When I paid the remainder of the money for the completion of the first increment of basement updating is when I received an itemized list of what had been done. We've been in talks with Ernie about updating other parts of the house as we are able. We bought new kitchen floor, and was going to have Ernie install it. His quote just for installation of our tile floored me. Once I researched it, his amount was right on par with average installation costs of tile. I just had no idea how much it was BEFORE buying tile!!! Of course, that was MY failing. In the end, I used my brother and his friend for the flooring because my brother works for a commercial flooring company, and he did it for about $1300 less simply because I am his sister. Had I not had such a personal relationship for such a cost, I certainly would have had Ernie in here laying that floor! All in all, Ernie gave quality work at a reasonable price. He was good whether the job was just to hook up my new dishwasher and sink, or a much bigger job of dry walling and putting a ceiling up in a 300 SF room. I certainly intend to use in in the future for any kind of updating and repair work around my home!
- Dana P....
J&D Appliance Repair
5.0
On 6-26-13 our side-by-side refrigerator stopped cooling. We contacted a neighbor, explained our situation, and the neighbor suggested we call J and D Appliance Repair. J and D had done 2-3 repairs for them and the repairman had done a great job in each instance. We did call the J and D office and explained our refrigerator was not working. The receptionist took our information and explained the repairman had a full schedule that day, but perhaps at the end of his day he would come to our home and check the refrigerator. She explained the company understands that when a refrigerator stops working the owner is faced with the potential loss of a lot of food, expensive food, so they try to respond as soon as possible. That same day, at approx. 6:00pm, the repairman arrived at our home. The repairman is also the owner of J and D, Mr. Josh Hascamp. We had never heard of or met Mr. Hascamp before that day. Mr. Hascamp checked the interior of the 'fridge and the freezer apparently to make sure they were not working and the coolness adjustment dials were set properly. The dials were set properly so he then pulled the fridge away from the wall and replaced an electric relay. The new relay did not did start the fridge. Mr. Hascamp then tested the compressor and was forced to deliver the bad news that the compressor had seized-up or was and quot;frozenand quot; and had to be replaced. Mr. Hascamp re-ran his test for me so I could hear the compressor trying to function, so I could hear the and quot;jammedand quot; noise coming out of the compressor. The compressor is the most expensive part replacement in a refrigerator. Mr. Hascamp gave us a written invoice indicating his repair charge would be $500.00 total, tax included. Our refrigerator is 12 years old. We had to consider whether it made sense to put $500.00 into a 12 year old fridge, or did it make more sense to purchase a new fridge. Of course, we required time to investigate how much new fridges cost now. So we told Mr. Hascamp we would need some time before deciding to repair the old fridge or to buy another. He said he understood. We asked his advice on refrigerator brands and he gladly recommended what brands of refrigerators he thinks are dependable as well as the brands that are not so dependable. What better person to ask about appliance quality and dependability then a man that makes his living repairing them...the good ones he doesn't see very often...the poor ones he sees frequently. We appreciated Mr. Hascamp's candid advice, especially in light of the fact he would be losing a repair job if we did go with a new fridge. We spent that weekend looking at refrigerators...we talked to a lot of sales people...it was funny to hear sales people and quot;pushand quot; a certain brand of refrigerator after Mr. Hascamp, a seasoned and experienced repairman, told us he repairs that brand all too often. By Monday afternoon we had decided not to buy a new fridge and replace the compressor in the old one. We called J and D, stated we wanted to schedule the repair for the fridge. The J and D receptionist told us Mr. Haskamp had a full schedule on Monday and Tuesday, and because a compressor replacement is very time consuming, he would be at our home on Wednesday. On Wednesday, July 3rd, Mr. Hascamp arrived at our home at the designated time. He replaced the fridge compressor. It was a very labor intensive project. When the compressor was replaced he adjusted the ice maker which we had been having some difficulty with. He also took the freezer back off and cleaned a freezer drain line that was clogged...the clogged drain was causing water to run down to the bottom of the freezer, and of course that water would freeze causing a thick layer of ice on the bottom of the freezer virtually every day. Mr. Hascamp did not charge us for for those two and quot;extrasand quot;. Further, the light bulb in our oven had been burned out for quite some time. The lens covering the light bulb would not come off as described in the owner's manual. Mr. Hascamp saw the problem, removed the lens cover, and replaced the light bulb. Again, at no charge. Mr. Hascamp then presented his bill for the compressor replacement repair. It was for $400.00, not the $500.00 he initially cited. I guess I'm crazy but I pointed out the difference. I was so euphoric at getting a $100.00 savings I'm not sure how he explained the discount...I think he said something about the compressor not costing him as much as they normally do. The compressor was replaced 11 days ago...the refrigerator is working perfectly, as is the ice maker, as is the freezer drain line, as is the oven light bulb. So, your fridge breaks down, you call a repairman, he comes out that SAME day (try to get Sears to do that!) after he has already worked ALL day, he tries to do a simple and inexpensive repair, it doesn't work, he determines what the problem is and gives you a total in writing for what the repair will cost, he then tells you the brands that are good and the brands that are bad knowing that info may lead to a loss of work and money for him. You call the repairman back out, he is there less than 48 hours later, has the part you need, replaces the part, charges you $100.00 less than you thought he would, repairs your ice maker at NO cost, repairs a freezer drain line clog at NO cost, and then replaces your oven light bulb at NO cost.... Now tell me, why in the world would you call any other appliance repair company than J and D Appliance Repair? If you want an excellent and honest repair, you should call Mr. Josh Hascamp of J and D Appliance Repair. As long as we live here we will always call J and D for any appliance issues.
- M R....
MAGICALLY REPAIRED
5.0
The experience was very positive. The repairman was very courteous and polite. He replaced the electronic temperature setting control gizmo and everything works perfectly. I especially liked how he preordered the part so as to not have to make a return visit. Two thumbs up for that!
- Jenny K....

Wall Oven Installation in Somerset

3.6

(10)

Rock Rapids, IA

Recent Review: We have an insurance. So when we call the insurance they will give a name of whom to contact. It works like that. If we have any issues with electronics they will give a contact number to contact. We called them and they gave us the plumbers number. We called him and made an appointment and he fixed it. If it exceeds $70 your plans have a limit. The deductible we have to pay. We did not go to them for a lot of things just one. The first experience was fine of everything. We have not used them a lot of times. They fixed the call quick.
4.9

(103)

Lexington, KY

Recent Review: It went extremely well. They were very good at communicating when they would be here, when the part would arrive. They were polite and informed. They explained the charges ahead of time and there were no additional charges.
4.4

(30)

Knoxville, TN

Recent Review: Great, he diagnosed the problem with the oven immediately and fixed it on the spot (luckily it just involved resetting a control panel....easy for him but I wouldn't have know where to start). Prompt and professional. Highly recommend!
4.3

(8)

Knoxville, TN

Recent Review: Although the repair man had to come more than once, he fixed it to my satisfaction. He was polite and professional and was motivated to get the dishwasher fixed.
3.2

(5)

Georgetown, KY

Recent Review: Their work was okay, but they charged double which we refused to pay. They were not very professional.
4.9

(8)

Berea, KY

Recent Review: He came to the house on time and was friendly and courteous. He took time to talk to me for a minute and then he went right to work to hook the stove up. The dial on the stove that controls the propane gave him a lot of trouble but he was patient and kept working at it until it was flowing properly. He tested all the burners, the broiler and the oven before he left. He also told me to call if I had any problems. I have not had any problems with my stove since it was installed over six years ago.
4.3

(12)

Paducah, KY

Recent Review: They did a good job; they got it fixed. There wasn't something particular that I thought was great or anything like that. With regard to price, I don't have anything to compare it to. I don't know if they were cheaper or more expensive. The quality was good. With regard to responsiveness, they were pretty good. With regard to professionalism, the guy who did the troubleshooting was very professional. The guy who did the install was okay; he was not great.
5.0

(7)

Morning View, KY

Recent Review: We contacted Ernie, among other providers, because we found him on Angie's List last October. We needed to update just about everything in our home, so it was going to be a long, and large project. I think we had a total of 11 contractors come out to give quotes. I believe around 6 of them were from Angie's List. We settled on Ernie for several reasons. I liked the vibe I got when dealing with him. There were a couple of contractors who came in who felt a bit shady. Ernie was down to earth, easy to talk to, and easily offered up suggestions when I was stuck on exactly how I might want something done. I also told him our project would probably be done in pieces, as we had a lot to do. He seemed okay with this. However, although we might have been focusing on just one project, we continually discussed what the best way would be to do what was coming next. He communicated often, and always returned phone calls. He was great at working around my schedule. At first, things were slow because I only had one day off a week. We weren't comfortable allowing anyone in without one of us home. It wasn't long before I felt okay with allowing him to come and work while we were gone. We never had a formally written contract. Often during the process I worried about this, recounting all the horrific tales I'd heard from others about contractors changing their prices, or what they're doing, etc. Our agreements were all verbal. I wouldn't recommend verbal agreements, because it really is better to have everything hashed out in detailed writing, and I realize we took a gamble in doing so. Ernie did talk about bringing in a written contract on several occasions, but it didnt happen while this part of the work was being done. However, I didn't insist either. In the end, his quoted amount stayed the same. It felt disjointed at times, because some things we discussed didnt get done, or were part of the original quote yet were done separately, later. The backings on the steps are an example. That was part of the original quote, yet later I paid for it to be done separately. There were also supposed to be a couple more lights going in, to my understanding. Now, the basement isn't completed yet (we are doing things in increments as money allows) so the lights will still go in. It was my understanding, tho, that as part of the original 1st stage quote that there would be at least 2 others. Yet, there were other things that were part of the original quote that I decided against having done, and Ernie adjusted accordingly and I paid quite a bit less than the original amount quoted in the long run. Ernie did arrange for drywall to be delivered. Some materials were included in cost, and other times I was responsible for getting materials. Some people may want a contractor to just be all inclusive, but we preferred to purchase some of our own materials. Ernie was very good at giving us advice on what to buy. If he had to purchase something outside of the included cost, he simply presented the receipt for re-imbursement. No up charge. The above examples are really why one should have everything in writing. I don't believe for a second that the things I felt were left out was intentional. My understanding of every detail we agreed to may have been different than what he thought. It was such a minor thing because, as I said, in the long run we still paid a very fair amount and the work was quality. That means more to me than creating conflict over a difference of understanding when the money paid out is still very much in the ballpark of where it should be. Had I felt he was jerking me around, that would be a different issue entirely. But I never felt that way. No, I think having the written contract just helps both parties know exactly what is being paid for. When I paid the remainder of the money for the completion of the first increment of basement updating is when I received an itemized list of what had been done. We've been in talks with Ernie about updating other parts of the house as we are able. We bought new kitchen floor, and was going to have Ernie install it. His quote just for installation of our tile floored me. Once I researched it, his amount was right on par with average installation costs of tile. I just had no idea how much it was BEFORE buying tile!!! Of course, that was MY failing. In the end, I used my brother and his friend for the flooring because my brother works for a commercial flooring company, and he did it for about $1300 less simply because I am his sister. Had I not had such a personal relationship for such a cost, I certainly would have had Ernie in here laying that floor! All in all, Ernie gave quality work at a reasonable price. He was good whether the job was just to hook up my new dishwasher and sink, or a much bigger job of dry walling and putting a ceiling up in a 300 SF room. I certainly intend to use in in the future for any kind of updating and repair work around my home!
4.8

(5)

Falmouth, KY

Recent Review: On 6-26-13 our side-by-side refrigerator stopped cooling. We contacted a neighbor, explained our situation, and the neighbor suggested we call J and D Appliance Repair. J and D had done 2-3 repairs for them and the repairman had done a great job in each instance. We did call the J and D office and explained our refrigerator was not working. The receptionist took our information and explained the repairman had a full schedule that day, but perhaps at the end of his day he would come to our home and check the refrigerator. She explained the company understands that when a refrigerator stops working the owner is faced with the potential loss of a lot of food, expensive food, so they try to respond as soon as possible. That same day, at approx. 6:00pm, the repairman arrived at our home. The repairman is also the owner of J and D, Mr. Josh Hascamp. We had never heard of or met Mr. Hascamp before that day. Mr. Hascamp checked the interior of the 'fridge and the freezer apparently to make sure they were not working and the coolness adjustment dials were set properly. The dials were set properly so he then pulled the fridge away from the wall and replaced an electric relay. The new relay did not did start the fridge. Mr. Hascamp then tested the compressor and was forced to deliver the bad news that the compressor had seized-up or was and quot;frozenand quot; and had to be replaced. Mr. Hascamp re-ran his test for me so I could hear the compressor trying to function, so I could hear the and quot;jammedand quot; noise coming out of the compressor. The compressor is the most expensive part replacement in a refrigerator. Mr. Hascamp gave us a written invoice indicating his repair charge would be $500.00 total, tax included. Our refrigerator is 12 years old. We had to consider whether it made sense to put $500.00 into a 12 year old fridge, or did it make more sense to purchase a new fridge. Of course, we required time to investigate how much new fridges cost now. So we told Mr. Hascamp we would need some time before deciding to repair the old fridge or to buy another. He said he understood. We asked his advice on refrigerator brands and he gladly recommended what brands of refrigerators he thinks are dependable as well as the brands that are not so dependable. What better person to ask about appliance quality and dependability then a man that makes his living repairing them...the good ones he doesn't see very often...the poor ones he sees frequently. We appreciated Mr. Hascamp's candid advice, especially in light of the fact he would be losing a repair job if we did go with a new fridge. We spent that weekend looking at refrigerators...we talked to a lot of sales people...it was funny to hear sales people and quot;pushand quot; a certain brand of refrigerator after Mr. Hascamp, a seasoned and experienced repairman, told us he repairs that brand all too often. By Monday afternoon we had decided not to buy a new fridge and replace the compressor in the old one. We called J and D, stated we wanted to schedule the repair for the fridge. The J and D receptionist told us Mr. Haskamp had a full schedule on Monday and Tuesday, and because a compressor replacement is very time consuming, he would be at our home on Wednesday. On Wednesday, July 3rd, Mr. Hascamp arrived at our home at the designated time. He replaced the fridge compressor. It was a very labor intensive project. When the compressor was replaced he adjusted the ice maker which we had been having some difficulty with. He also took the freezer back off and cleaned a freezer drain line that was clogged...the clogged drain was causing water to run down to the bottom of the freezer, and of course that water would freeze causing a thick layer of ice on the bottom of the freezer virtually every day. Mr. Hascamp did not charge us for for those two and quot;extrasand quot;. Further, the light bulb in our oven had been burned out for quite some time. The lens covering the light bulb would not come off as described in the owner's manual. Mr. Hascamp saw the problem, removed the lens cover, and replaced the light bulb. Again, at no charge. Mr. Hascamp then presented his bill for the compressor replacement repair. It was for $400.00, not the $500.00 he initially cited. I guess I'm crazy but I pointed out the difference. I was so euphoric at getting a $100.00 savings I'm not sure how he explained the discount...I think he said something about the compressor not costing him as much as they normally do. The compressor was replaced 11 days ago...the refrigerator is working perfectly, as is the ice maker, as is the freezer drain line, as is the oven light bulb. So, your fridge breaks down, you call a repairman, he comes out that SAME day (try to get Sears to do that!) after he has already worked ALL day, he tries to do a simple and inexpensive repair, it doesn't work, he determines what the problem is and gives you a total in writing for what the repair will cost, he then tells you the brands that are good and the brands that are bad knowing that info may lead to a loss of work and money for him. You call the repairman back out, he is there less than 48 hours later, has the part you need, replaces the part, charges you $100.00 less than you thought he would, repairs your ice maker at NO cost, repairs a freezer drain line clog at NO cost, and then replaces your oven light bulb at NO cost.... Now tell me, why in the world would you call any other appliance repair company than J and D Appliance Repair? If you want an excellent and honest repair, you should call Mr. Josh Hascamp of J and D Appliance Repair. As long as we live here we will always call J and D for any appliance issues.
5.0

(22)

Bowling Green, KY

Recent Review: The experience was very positive. The repairman was very courteous and polite. He replaced the electronic temperature setting control gizmo and everything works perfectly. I especially liked how he preordered the part so as to not have to make a return visit. Two thumbs up for that!

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We had used Mr. Appliance in the past and really like their professionalism, so we called them to repair the oven. Initially we called the phone number we had, which must have been answered by an answering service or corporate - not sure. We were afraid they were out of business because it was not clear that we would receive a call back. The local Mr. Appliance did call that day and sent a repairman out the next day. Job was complete that day - turned out to be something minor but nothing we would have known to do. Seemed like an appropriate nominal fee for service call. Very pleased!