Professional Furnace Contractors Can You Trust Them?
When purchasing a new furnace for your mobile home we contact the furnace contractors and expect them to talk to us about the new furnace they will install into your home, what is expected of it to perform it’s duties and what if anything it attaches to make the furnace work efficiently and cost efficient.
But when you purchase a new furnace for your mobile home and the company was so happy and pleased to come and install your furnace, take your money and leave and never give a complete inspection of your mobile home underneath to find out if; indeed, the furnace will be attached to the outside vents.
What are we supposed to do? Most of us do not know how a furnace works or operates. We do not know the correct questions to ask. I feel that is left up to the professionals.
The contractor which installs the new furnace to make a complete inspection underneath your mobile home to find out if there is a blockage or do not have any venting system at all hooked up into your mobile home.
When my new furnace was purchased and installed, it took me three years to find out that there never was an inspection of under my mobile home to find out if the outside vents were attached and working.
I found out when a representative of the furnace company came to my home and finally did the inspection, took pictures and told me that at the time of the in stallion of the new furnace this was not done. No wonder even with my furnace on I was always freezing.
The outside air was coming into my Mobile Home and I was heating it. How efficient is that. Then the representative had the nerve to ask for a fee for coming out and inspecting my Mobile Home. I immediately called his supervisor and it was written off.
When I think of the amount of furnaces this particular company has installed in Mobile Homes and how many problems there are with the outside venting which comes into your Mobile Home I want to scream in frustration.
To fix the problem it will cost over a thousand dollars. Am I wrong or is there some kind of problem with the professional contractors who take our money and never give us the complete advice and information we need to make a sensible decision. Now you know to ask the question. Are my air ducts attached and working with my new furnace?