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900 Cummings Center, Suite 404S
Beverly, MA 01915


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      1.5 Ann D. Danvers, MA

      I had an emergency on a Saturday, my furnace stopped working. The initial assessment from my neighbor was that the igniter burnt out. I called around for an HVAC Plumber and went with the first HVAC Tech that could come to my house. All Services Group sent a Tech by Saturday evening but the Tech stated there was a jumper on my furnace and didn't want to touch it. My house and furnace are 3 yrs old so I called the Developer who built my house to find out what All Services Group Tech meant about a jumper. The Developer sent the HVAC Plumber who installed my furnace and his assessment completely contradicted everything All Services Group Tech told me. In the end, it was the Nest Thermostats that burnt out the igniter. The Developer's HVAC Plumber replaced the igniter, stated there is no jumper on my furnace and put back my old thermostats. I called Nest and they seemed to agree it is possible for the igniter to burn out so accepted returning the thermostats. After all this, All Services Group charged me $270 which I thought was very high for a short visit and for the Tech to not want to touch anything or replace the igniter. When I called to find out why they were charging me $270 they stated because the call was on a Saturday so the charge was for time and a half. I have no issue paying for someone's time but when I hear two different stories what is wrong with my furnace, I'm going to side with the HVAC Plumber who actually fixed the issue and seemed to diagnose the issue to the actual root cause, in this case, the Nest thermostats. I gave the invoice to the Developer's HVAC Plumber and he did not agree with All Services Group's assessment and thought the cost for the visit was high as well. This was my only interaction with All Services Group and probably won't use them in the future. I would just recommend finding out the rates beforehand, especially when they won't repair the issue for whatever reason.

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      Ann, when you called to say that you should not be charged overtime for a saturday night call,you said the tech i sent was very nice and that you appreciated him taking the extra time to explain his concerns to your neighbor,your elderly mother who was staying at your house and to you over the phone,as you were out of state at the time.He was at the call for 1 1/2 hours,not [a short visit] as you state.I only charged you for one overtime hour, the remaining time was spent explaining the situation to your neighbor,elderly mother and yourself.I understand that you texted my tech directly stating that you were willing to pay the daytime charge but not the after hours charge.And that if the charge was not adjusted you would leave a negative review.I am sorry you do not agree with our regular time and overtime scale.But if you were called into work unexpectedly on a saturday night,wouldn't you expect to be paid overtime.You stated you called around and went with the first company that was willing to come out on a saturday night for a non customer.Which was us.I returned your call right away and you told me it was an emergency,that your elderly mother was alone watching your house for you while you were away.I sent one of my tech's over.You never asked me about what the charge was.I agree with your statement in the review that you should ask what the charge is before agreeing to the service.Let me address your concerns about the service call.After inspecting the unit he found that the igniter needed to be replaced and that someone had jumped out the pressure safety switch.We advised you of our safety concerns that we had with just removing the jumper,replacing the igniter and just starting up the unit.We had told you we wanted to play it safe and return with the igniter and new pressure safety switch as that may have been intermittently malfunctioning at some point and that may have been the reason the safety was bypassed by someone.You told us that you felt the cause of the igniter burning out was due to the nest thermostat that you had installed over the past year by someone.We checked the nest thermostat and found it functioning properly with no issues with low voltage calls being found.You had remarked to us that if the nest thermostat had caused any harm to your mother,you would have sued nest.At this point,we did not feel comfortable just starting the unit without the safety being replaced.Especially since your elderly mother was the only person in the house.My tech checked to make sure that the monoxide detectors were working.He also offered to drive your elderly mother over to her sons house so she wouldn't be chilly until the repair was completed. But we were told that would not be necessary.We called you after we secured the parts to install the igniter and safety switch but were told that you called the original installer of the unit and he got the unit running by replacing the igniter and reinstalling your old thermostats.He also told you that he found no jumper on the safety,which was correct,we could not leave the job knowing that the safety was bypassed and had removed the jumper before we left.We called nest to ask if they had any problems with the thermostats burning out the igniters and were told that anything is possible but it was highly unlikely.We asked for the number of the man you had do the repair,which you gave us.We called him to discuss our safety concerns but have not heard back.We try to please everyone and are sorry you were not 100% satisfied.To put in your review that we refused to work on the unit for {whatever reason} is just not true and misleading.Our number one concern along with customer satisfaction is customer safety.I would rather have a negative review for leaving a unit off due to a safety concern than for us to be on the 6PM news for knowingly leaving a unit on that we had safety concerns about that caused an injury or death

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