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" Installation went well and faster than expected, Folks were profesional. One issue with a part that was taken care of in a timly manner ~10 days"
J . E from Huntington, VT on February 21st, 2017
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" satisfied"
F . B from Colchester, VT on October 27th, 2016
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" VT Energy has consistently done fine work to insure that my furnace is in good working order each fall. Last year, the man who did the work noted that my oil tank was almost rusted through and in danger of collapsing. He shored it up with a piece of wood so that it could hold until I could have the tank replaced. I appreciate such careful work. I appreciated the man this year as well for his serious approach to taking care of the furnace."
M . D from Jericho, VT on October 12th, 2016
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"Install crew was totally professional and answered all questions.Had unforeseen problems with water quality. Water had sulphur odor immediately after installation. Magnesium anode rod was replace with aluminum (alloy?) rod. Sulpher odor gone. Chlorine bleach dumped into tank. 12 days later, chlorine odor is 90% gone.Second water issue: water now blue-tinted. Possibly from copper pipes? Unresolved. This is a wait and see issue.Mark Stephenson was on top of the problems from the get-go. Thorough and professional about handling the problems."
T . S from Burlington, VT on December 19th, 2014
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"Very satisfied. Only two complaints. One might be a bit more training time on how to run the remote and settings. I was using the "automatic" setting and was getting frequent rumbling fan noise, but that seemed to stop when I complained and was told to put the setting on "heat" instead. Now it seems to run quieter. The other is that by attaching the outdoor unit to the wall, quite a bit of a hum from the unit outdoors gets sent in, as if through an amplifier, into the house. Better maybe to mount on brackets connected to the foundation rather than siding. Or on separate footing in the ground."
E . H from Stowe, VT on December 6th, 2014
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"We love the heater but were quite disappointed by our first electric bill. We ran the heater for one month to see what it would do to our electric bill. We were told by Will at Sun Common that if we ran the heater every month year round our bill would be between 50.00 to 60.00 a month more. Our bill for Oct. was 131.00. Nov. bill was 304.00. We were shocked. Still have not been in touch with Will at Sun Common, or Mark at Vt. Energy. Have left messages for both of them. Mark has tried to call us, just haven't connected yet. Will said he would call but haven't heard from him either. We want to know if we are doing something wrong when running the heater or if this is what we can expect for a bill when we use it. We would like to talk to someone about this. "
P . F from Huntington, VT on December 5th, 2014
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"It's early into the heating season so my observations are not what may be my final beliefs on the units! I am thrilled that I do not have to be a slave to the oil companies.Of course, I haven't received my first electric bill that will reflect the increased usage due to the 2 units.The downstairs unit (larger one) works well along with our wood stove. I don't think I would be as comfortable with just the heat pump working."
D . D from Hinesburg, VT on December 4th, 2014
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"there seemed to be quite a bit of confusion on just what needed for proper hook-up. took 2-3 visits before they were able to bet job finished which was a little annoying but overall fine"
P . B from Westford, VT on December 4th, 2014
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"Service call. Was impressed bye the technician's knowledge and professional manner. Didn't waste time but was very informative."
M . K from Jericho, VT on November 20th, 2014
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"Vermont Energy did a great job of installing this heating system. I asked them to fit it into a small space, which they did. The only question I have is how come they could not hook up a gravity condensate system. I have a floor drain three feet from the boiler...and they had to hook up a condensate pump. I'd just as soon avoid one more motor that might stop working if the fluid could just roll on down into the drain.Any feedback on this would be great. The installer said there was no knockout in the pedestal base to run the line through low enough to support gravity feed...and did not want to drill where not indicated. I supported him on this not wanting to void any warranty....The regional sales manager stopped by to observe they work. He may have more input on this issue. Gabe something or other was his name? Since this is the end of the heating season, tough to comment on my impressions...I need a heating season before I feel I can comment on that..."
W . B from Hinesburg, VT on April 26th, 2014
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