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PHILLIPS HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING, LLC

With Angi since February 2007

3.0

(2) Verified Reviews

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5.0

09/30/2016

He's been taking care of our furnace for years. He is prompt, efficient, prices are fair and he does quality work.

Description of Work
Furnace servicing

Category heating & air conditioning/hvac

1.0

02/10/2007

Repairing the furnace was halted because of the unnecessary and hazardous mercury spill that contaminated the home. The spill was caused by the sloppy and poor workmanship of Phillips Heating and Air Conditioning during the furnace disablement. On Dec.8, 2006 Tom Phillips refused to provide his liability insurance agent information to us, alleging instead that other local contractors had purposely...

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I hired Phillips Heating & Air Conditioning to do a routine tune-up of 1987 Rheem natural gas furnace. Mr. Phillips arrived 12/5/06 and identified a cracked heat exchanger during his inspection. He called Pueblo Regional Building Department who Red-Tagged the furnace. According to Phillips, after a furnace is red-tagged it becomes the contractor s responsibility to disable the furnace to ensure the owners do not attempt to use it. Phillips told us the heat exchanger was no longer available and could not be repaired. During disablement of the furnace, Phillips intentionally cut the autopilot switch to disable the gas valve. The switch contained liquid mercury, a hazardous substance that subsequently spilled in the furnace and basement. We later learned from the manufacturer that the observed cracks were only in the center panel of the furnace and were not indicative of a safety issue and the furnace could be repaired.

Category heating & air conditioning/hvac

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