I'm looking to get a panel upgrades to 200 amperes. Do you know much it would cost, or do you need to come out? If you could come out today, that would be great.
Yes, I checked, and the soonest we can send out our technician is tomorrow. Would that work? Just to let you know, for our technician to come out, we have an estimation fee , but we do have a promotion now, so we can give you estimation fee. And if you proceed to work with us, it will go to the service cost after.
I was calling to see if I'm still scheduled for a technician to come out today.
It looks like we're still scheduled for today between 3 and 7 PM. The technicians should be calling you half an hour before their arrival.
I had a plumber come out a couple weeks ago and indicate a new faucet. I'm just about to order a new faucet. Just wondering when is the earliest you guys could come out to install a kitchen faucet.
We can send someone out this Saturday between 10 AM to 1 PM. For the plumber to come out, we have a service call fee. That will be waived if you proceed with the repairs with us. Please keep your phone lines active since our technicians will call you 30 minutes before letting you know of their arrival.
Why do prices of similar appliances vary so much?
Retail prices for major household appliances have stayed flat over the past 15 years even though manufacturing costs and inflation have risen steadily during that time. Manufacturers today continue to offer low prices on their lower quality appliances and then offer their choice lines of appliances at a higher price point.
One of your installers is meeting me this morning, and the window is 11 AM to 2 PM. I wanted to double-check that you guys are on your way.
We have a 3-hour time frame because our technicians have previous jobs to tend to. We can give you a specific time on when they will get there, but they will give you a call when they are on their way.
Why do I hear a whistle sound in my plumbing system?
The biggest reason for the whistling sound you are hearing is because of high pressure within the lines. City code requires a pressure reducing valve on service lines with over 80 P.S.I.
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