I called a few companies on angieslist to compare installation rates for our Nest thermostat. The rates varied wildly and AirBenders was clearly the most reasonable at $89.00. I was contacted by the owner, David, who personally came out to install our new thermostat. David called and gave a heads up on when he would be arriving and was very personable. It was apparent that he had installed many Nest thermostats before, so I was glad to have someone with extensive experience installing mine. The installation was extremely smooth and quick. The only issue that we came across was the temperature reading according to the Nest did not match the temperature reading according to David's professional thermometer. He indicated that he ran into this issue with other Nests that he had installed. He even spent time trying to troubleshoot and even called the Nest support line to see if they could assist. Since the wait time was over an our, David was unable to stay that long, so he provided me with the number and suggested that I called in myself to describe the issue. I finally got through to Nest support who indicated that the Nest probably just needed time to adjust to its current location and that the temperature reading my differ by 1-2 degrees. I went to Home Depot and purchased a thermometer that had positive reviews on-line and placed it in close proximity to the Nest. After a few hours, the temperature reading on the Nest and the external thermometer was spot on! Turns out, it did need some time to "calibrate" to its new environment and that the temperature reading upon installation was off. David was very curious to learn the outcome of my situation and wanted me to let him know my results after speaking to Nest support. He asked that I shoot him a call or text on his cell to let him know what happened. Overall, I was very pleased with the installation experience and the extra assistance that David provided when the temperature reading was wildly off at first. This was not his issue to resolve, but I appreciated the fact that he still stuck around to help as much as possible before he had to leave.