I'm calling from the office for electricians. I just checked your schedule. You have a job tomorrow between 9 to 12 in Malibu for panel installation.
I just phoned the customer and told him it's a 2-day event. He hasn't called back, but I told him that I would see him in the morning. It's a job, so that I won't be available for tomorrow and the next day.
Why Do My Lights Flicker?
If your lights are flickering, it can indicate a severe problem with your electrical systems. Flickering lights signal a potential issue with the wiring, the power supply to your house, or even a damaged light fixture. These problems could lead to an electrical fire or other dangerous situations. The most likely cause of flickering lights is loose connections in the circuitry or the light fixtures themselves. This could include poor wiring connections or corroded light switches and receptacle terminals. Loose connections can cause interruptions in the electrical current that cause flickering and dimming of lights when you turn them on or off. If this is the case, it's essential to shut off power to the affected circuit before attempting to fix it yourself.
How does air move throughout my home?
A fan draws indoor air in through vents called return grills located throughout your home. The air travels through ducts that run to your systems’ air handler, where it is returned into the conditioned space through supply vents or registers in your wall, ceilings or floors.
I'm supposed to have somebody come over between 10 and 2 PM. Can I give them another phone number to call because I won't be able to answer since somebody else is working for them? The person waiting for them is named Oscar.
Alright. I'll let the technician know and give them the phone number you gave me.
I'm trying to get a quote on a new furnace? Can your technicians come out to get a quote and see if they can get my furnace fixed?
We currently don't have installation service in your area. However, our technicians can get you a quote and diagnose your furnace. We can get you a schedule at the soonest possible time.
I was wondering if I could schedule a service appointment. I got one non-working fridge and one that isn't working properly. I think the non-working fridge has a dead compressor; I'm not sure. There's no sound coming out of it, and the freezer/fridge is not cool. It's a GE Profile fridge and is about 11 years old. We just keep it in our garage. It's our spare fridge, so there's no water hooked or anything like that. Then we have an in-house KitchenAid bottom-freezer refrigerator that is about 3 years old. The problem is that it keeps icing up. And when that happens, the refrigerator portion won't cool properly. The sooner your guys could come out, the better.
Yeah, we have an open schedule here. The soonest would be tomorrow between 9 and 12 in the morning. If not, there's also a spot available in the afternoon between 1 to 4 PM. Normally, we have a service call fee . But since you have 2 units that need service, that's an additional. Totaling for the service fee. That pays for the technician to travel to your home, inspect your unit and tell you what's wrong. That fee will be waived once you proceed with the repairs with us.
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