Grogg’s has served Cutler, OH with professionalism and expert heating and air conditioning since 1970.
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Great job, very polite, worked great together
Jarvis - Cutler, OH
This is Jim King the contractor building the cabin for miss Jarvis. The crew done a great job working with our crew, cleaned up great, went over the unit with me and the operation of it. I will recommend them and your company in my future builds to my customers. Thanks and have a great day
Response from Grogg's Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. (Parkersburg):
Thank you so much for your amazing feedback Jim and confidence in our services. Be sure to keep in mind all of our services. Please don't keep us a secret
Installed a new hi voltage control board and cleaned condenser coils, tested operation unit working properly. Arrived and found control board intermittently failing and causing ice despenser and controls to act up. Will need to replace board to eliminate this issue.
Arrived and found control board intermittently failing and causing ice despenser and controls to act up. Will need to replace board to eliminate this issue.
Arrived to find unit faulTing out on limit. Found filtrete carbon filter completely plugged up, recommended lessor filter and increased frequency changing every month no exceptions. Duct cleaning is recommended approximately 800$
Inducer motor is making an awful noise when it gets up to speed. Unit still fires up though. Unit is from 2007 and bottom cabinet is very rusty. Recommended getting an estimate for a new furnace. Customer will make a decision when she gets home and call us back.
Propane furnace with heat pump, complete duct system, line set, disconnect, pad
Customer has Honeywell fan bypass humidifier with bad fan drive, board and wiring issues needs repaired or replaced
Preformed cooling check.
Installation- Parkersburg Helper: Alex Gilbert
Install new ductless indoor unit. Install new outdoor unit. Run lineset down wall on corner, through floor and route to outdoor location. Add D6 remote thermostat. Run drain into crawlspace. Run 20a circuit to outdoor unit. New pad, pump ups and disconnect.
Unit 2lbs low. Advised customer that unit is leaking and customer declined any major repair and opted for re charge