Energy Sharks, LLC

4.87 | 111 Verified Ratings
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Energy Sharks, LLC

4.87 | 111 Verified Ratings


401 West Georgia Road
Simpsonville, SC 29680
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Energy Sharks, LLC

At Energy Sharks we're dedicated to providing the very best in installation, service, and repair of your heating & cooling equipment at the very best price. We always offer free estimates so make sure to call us. We are an engineer & veteran owned and operated company and our reputation is built on honesty and integrity. We specialize in central A/C, heat pumps, and all types of heating systems. We are certified by Duke Energy and can get you all their available rebates plus Federal Tax Credits. We take pride in the quality of our work and our outstanding results are reflected in our customer reviews. We look forward to building long-term relationships and guarantee your satisfaction. We offer all our customer's a "value pledge" where we will beat any other licensed contractor's estimate. You get the piece of mind of knowing you are working with the highest rated contractor in the Upstate (75+ Home Advisor "5 star" reviews & "A" rating with the BBB) and get the best price too.


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Service Area

  • Greenville
  • Spartanburg
  • Greer
  • Easley
  • Simpsonville
  • Tigerville
  • Una
  • Slater
  • Laurens
  • Wellford
  • Fountain Inn
  • Roebuck
  • Anderson
  • Boiling Springs
  • Duncan
  • Pelzer
  • Moore
  • Marietta
  • Reidville
  • Woodruff
  • Mauldin
  • Cleveland
  • Williamston
  • Lyman
  • Donalds
  • Travelers Rest
  • Taylors
  • Mayo
  • Fairforest
  • Conestee
  • Startex
  • Arcadia
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Services Offered

Air Conditioning
  • Central A/C Install
Heating & Furnace Systems
  • Heat Pump Install

Areas of Expertise

  • Gas Furnace: Install
  • Heat Pump - Install or Replace
  • Central A/C - Install
  • Ducts & Vents - Install or Replace

Product Brands Used

  • Carrier
  • Lennox International, Inc.
  • Trane

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  • Warranty Offered
  • Free Estimates
  • Credit Cards Accepted


In Business Since: 1995
State Licensing
Trade: Packaged Equipment PK-2
License #: 112589
Expiration: 10-24-2017
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5.0   |  
Review by in Boiling Springs, SC
Phil has a lot of knowledge and expertise with HVAC systems.
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5.0   |  
Review by in Easley, SC
Phil did an excellent job of analyzing my needs for replacing my upstairs heat pump system. His HVAC engineering background was clearly evident and he made sure I ended up with proper air return capacity to ensure maximum efficiency of the system. He patiently listened to and answered every question I had. The installers did an outstanding job and left our house "as clean or cleaner than they found it".
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4.5   |  
Job done as scheduled and discussed. Had small issue, when I mentioned it, they returned the next day and fixed to my satisfaction. Very pleased.
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5.0   |  
Review by in Greer, SC
Excellent service provided from beginning to end.
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5.0   |  
Review by in Taylors, SC
We are very satisfied with Energy Sharks.
Response by Energy Sharks, LLC: Thank you for taking the time to comment on your positive experience. It means a lot that you are happy.
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4.5   |  
House is annoyingly cool and quiet compared with the old trash equipment I had. Glad I got around to getting this much needed AC replacement done; now I have to get use to how well it works. Installed two (2) 2.5 ton 15 Seer 80% eff. Trane heating and cooling units based on advice from 5 star salesman and business owner Phil Esposito. I appreciate his willingness to trade price to make a sale and his let's not jerk around with a high price first quote which I got from other salespersons I invited in. Also appreciate Phil’s good advice on return lines and proper venting - a discussion I did not get from the other salespersons. Installation crew of four (4) led by experienced foreman, Dan, worked competently to complete the work in one day. Joe worked like a determined man to remove the old and install the exterior compressors even though he was working with a foot and leg injury. Phil did do a follow-up visit one (1) week later to confirm proper cooling operation. Some problems on the installation side – taking longer than expected starting out at a slower pace than it ended; additional materials and parts were needed. Sheet metal screws left in my driveway and other places (8 found). A condensate discharge leak in the attic at a poorly made drain line joint resulting in further damaging a bedroom ceiling - Phil covered the repair. Things I had to do after the installation - pick-up a small amount of sheet metal and insulation discards, extractor clean boot/shoe marks off of stairwell carpet, extract water from bedroom floor from leaking condensate line, clear away wet attic insulation, accommodate another visit from the installation crew to improve the condensate drain line and an additional full day visit for the bedroom ceiling sheet rock repair.
Response by Energy Sharks, LLC: Thank you for recognizing the high performance results of the systems we installed. As we discussed,, correctly sizing the return ductwork to match the size of your systems means we have doubled the amount of cold air entering your home. Obviously it is the combination of the high performance Trane systems and correctly sizing the returns that are giving you the results you are mentioning above. Also, thank you for mentioning the value we offered by installing Trane systems for thousands less than the "no name builder grade" systems the other companies were quoting. We acknowledge and apologize for the water leak where the new drain line connected to old drain line and separated. As you mentioned, we took care of the water spot on the ceiling in a timely manner. As always, we thank you for choosing Energy Sharks Heating & Air and for your feedback. We will make sure the install crew sees it.
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Review by in Greer, SC
Phil was very professional and polite, on time and prompt. After the sale I only spoke to him on the phone. His crew left old detached venting in my crawlspace, there was a confusion as to what I paid for, They put 3 10" pipes in a 19" area(all 3 are collapsed down to half sized. Check behind them and insure that you discuss all you are getting for the cost that you pay!
Response by Energy Sharks, LLC: We are sorry we didn't meet your expectations. But it is important to note the 3 supply lines you are mentioning are 6 inches in diameter and not 10 inches and the hole you provided us to run your ductwork through was only 19 inch hole. So basically, we were charged with adding a completely new duct system for your new addition while only being provided a small 19 inch hole that ran from the old part of the house and into the new addition being added to the house. We basically worked in a very confined space in order to run the required (3) 6 inch supply lines. Lastly, from the picture you sent me, the ducts are not collapsed. In fact, what you are looking at is the nylon straps we are required by code to use to support the ductwork and to keep it off the ground so it doesn't get wet under your house. To make it even more difficult you had your plumber use the same 19 inch hole to run his pipes. In sum, your new addition required 9 supplies be installed for the number of rooms added on to your existing part of the house. From an engineering perspective we maximized the small 19 inch opening you allocated for us by installing (3) 6 inch ducts running though the 19 inch hole you provided us. Anything smaller than that would have left the quantity and velocity of the air way short for the number supply openings (9) you wanted in the new addition. On a final note, we always remove everything we disconnect. However, if we missed something its not a problem we will gladly come back and take care of that for you. By the way, is it possible the demo crew you had hired to remove the old ductwork prior to our arrival to install the new ductwork missed that old detached venting pipe you are mentioning? However, it really doesn't matter to us who left it, we will gladly come back and remove it for you. Please let us know when you are available and we can do that for you.
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5.0   |  
Review by in Spartanburg
The first quote I got when my air conditioner died was almost $12,000! Energy Sharks did an initial inspection and informed me that the previous service (who shall remain nameless) was not only going to overcharge me, but had laid out a plan that was completely wrong. I now have a cheaper power bill, a cool house, and I only spent $6,200. Awesome.
Response by Energy Sharks, LLC: Another happy customer and $6,000 extra still in the bank. As we say like to say, "Energy Sharks take a bite out of high prices!"
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5.0   |  
Good quick service. Owner explained existing system issues well and backed up recommendations with engineering calculations. In and out in half a day.
Response by Energy Sharks, LLC: Thanks for the kind words.
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Review by in Greenville, SC
My air supply lines were hanging in mid air, cold air blowing around my unfinished basement, one return duct left unattached, damaged and nothing was said. Outside unit not evenly fitted on pad correctl;y. Not $300 rebate from Duke but rewards to spend at listed merchants. Lack of clear communication with newbie. The day after the work was done I called Mr. Esposito after I woke up that morning hot and soaking in perspiration about low air flow and system turning off and on every 4 minutes. The installer returned that same day and after he left without saying anything I was left with a foil taped cabinet for supply lines after they had ripped out my old cabinet the day before and took it away. I've had to repatch foil tape since because of heavy frost on outside turning into liquid and rolling down outside of cabinet. I covered every hole leaking cold air that I could find. I will have to build my own cabinet because I do not have money to pay someone else to solve the problem. Three times I asked the installer to leave but he insisted on fixing it. He should have said patch it with foil tape. The third day I called Mr. Esposito back about low air flow from most of my registers, when he stood by the taped cabinet he didn't seem to notice the problem with the work. He didnt see the damage to the return duct where they had tried to tape over one section and at the other end the outside lining had been stretched to fit. Nor did he notice the unit outside was not sitting evenly, the pad edge was sitting on my garden drain. Some parts of my cabinets were incorporated with the new system, my air supply cabinet was missing. I was horrified when I first looked at the open unit blowing cold air everywhere through the unfinished basement while the air supply ducts could barely gasp air through to the house. Now I understand why they were only here about 30 minutes and left quietly without saying good bye. I was even more horrified that to see fixing it meant wrapping everything in foil tape including old and new insulation, which are now soaked inside the taping. I was stuperfied when Mr Esposito stood beside this monsterousity of foil tape and didn't see a problem. I hired Energy Sharks because Mr. Esposito was an engineer and Duke certified. Never having dealt with such a problem, I felt fully confident that the job would be done well. When I was given a quote, I had no doubts the system would be much like my last system. Thank goodness for YouTube. I fould out what I got was not what I was expecting. As for the Trane unit. As far as I know it is working the way I expected. I see one of the merchants on my rewards list is Lowe's, so, I have begun the process of measuring and drawing what i need to connect my air supply ducts to the cold air. I guess I may have a finished job yet.
Response by Energy Sharks, LLC: Mrs. Moylan,The scope of the project was simply to remove your existing non operable Air Conditioner and install a new high efficiency system. We were to tie back into your existing electrical wiring, existing drain lines, and existing supply plenum box. Replacing the supply plenum and supply ductwork was offered but declined do to your budget constraints. You did accept our recommendation to replace the return side plenum and to enlarge 2 return ducts to increase airflow which corrected the problems on the return side.Your existing taped on sheet metal supply plenum box was simply unattached from the old unit and re-attached to the new unit. No changes or modifications were made to it. This is standard operating procedure unless the scope of work includes replacing it. The existing supply plenum box was found taped to the old unit with a cloth based duct tape and we reattached it with a high performance "mastic" aluminum foil tape far superior to what was originally used and had dry rotted. Again, it is important to note, we recommended all new supply ductwork and supply ductwork plenums and in fact quoted a price as close to actual cost of materials & labor as possible to assist you with this much needed replacement as we felt they were old, inefficient, and in poor condition. You clearly stated you couldn't budget for that part of the project at this time but would contact us later to do so. Also, we did return as you requested to look at the supply plenum. Even though not part of the scope of the project as outlined on the contract, our lead technician did attempt to make some repairs to help you out. I also returned to assist you as requested. Together with the air conditioner running we measured the air temperature at each supply vent in the house and found them to be blowing a super cold 45-46 degrees. You mentioned you had low airflow in several rooms. I went back and inspected your entire supply ductwork and found lots of manual dampers (flaps) in your supply ductwork that were previously set in the closed position which was causing restrictions in the airflow to those rooms. I took the time to find each of these manual dampers which you never mentioned and opened them up for you. Several of the dampers were found inoperable and couldn't be adjusted. We again discussed the need to replace the supply duct plenum, ductwork, and dampers to correct all problems you are mentioning. I left your home with you acknowledging the system was performing as you expected and actually better than the manufactures performance data showed it would based on high outside temperature and humidity levels. Before I left we again discussed the pre-existing supply side ductwork and supply duct plenum needed replacing as soon as possible for any hope of efficient and balanced airflow into your house and to eliminate the multiple problems the old supply plenum & ductwork are causing as you mentioned in your review. Even with me offering to do it as close to cost as possible you stated you wanted to but couldn't budget the work at this time.Simply put, we replaced a non operable air conditioner and based on what you contracted us to do, tied back into your old & pre-existing supply plenum box without any modification or changes whatsoever. I am sorry you are experiencing problems on the supply side but the problems you are mentioning are not associated with the installation of the new system, but with the old and original to the house supply plenum box & supply ductwork that weren't replaced. Our recommendation was to replace both the supply side & return side plenum, the supply side ductwork, and to enlarge 2 of the return ducts. You only had us enlarge the 2 return ducts and replace the return plenum. We remain ready to tackle the supply side at the reduced price quoted when you are ready. BTW- Duke Power stated you could use the $300 Visa card everywhere & anywhere Visa is accepted.
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