- Report: #626147
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Complaint Review: Coastal Air Conditioning and Services Inc.
Coastal Air Conditioning and Services Inc.100 Southwest Irwin Avenue Melbourne, Florida United States of America
Coastal Air Conditioning and Services Inc. DO NOT USE!!! Melbourne, Florida
*Consumer Comment: Perhaps this analogy will help...
*Consumer Comment: I am not really sure,,
*Author of original report: Also
*Author of original report: I understand
*Consumer Comment: Perhaps I can explain...
*Consumer Comment: I give up.
*Author of original report: Then Why?
*Consumer Comment: Also it should be noted...
*Consumer Comment: I'd have to concur...
*Consumer Comment: Missing the point
*Author of original report: Question
*Consumer Comment: Circuit breaker size
*Consumer Comment: Barking up the wrong tree.
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I then called a friend, who does commercial air conditioning work, to come and look at the problem. He checked out the unit and confirmed that it was the compressor that had burned out. He then checked the circuit breaker and found that when Coastal installed the unit on 8/4/08 they did not change out the circuit breaker from a 30 amp to a 20 amp. 20 amp is clearly written on the side of the condenser unit as the maximum amps for the unit. I then called Bill at Coastal to talk to him about what was discovered. he was very rude to me at the beginning of the call, basically saying I was rude to him the day before and did not talk to him very nicely. I then apologized for the way I had talked to him the day before. He then told me that the only business we needed to talk about was whether or not I wanted them to do the work for $450 or not. I asked if I could ask a question about the work and he said yes. I then explained to him what the other air conditioner tech(our friend) had found about the circuit breaker. He then proceeded to ask me what my point of telling him ithis information was. He then asked if I was wanting them to do the install of the new compressor for free. I told him, since it looked like they were negligent for the problem after all, that I felt like they should do it for free. It was their fault after all with the way they installed the unit. He then cut me off and said the only thing he wanted to know was whether I wanted them to do the work for $450 or not. he said wither I told him yes or no, or he was hanging up on me. I then tried to talk about the breaker again and he hung up on me. This is why I am filing this complaint. Coastal Air Conditioning did bad work when installing my unit two years ago, by not installing the correct circuit breaker, or at least letting me, the homeowner, know about it. It is a $10 circuit breaker and could have prevented this $450 bill that I am now having to pay. I feel ripped off and there is nothing I can do about it except inform others so that they are not ripped off also. PLEASE DO NOT USE COASTAL AIR CONDITIONING. They do incompetent work and will not own up to their mistakes. I invite them to respond to this complaint, but I know that they will not as they know that I have the evidence showing their incompetent work and they can't disprove the truth.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/23/2010 10:08 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Coastal-Air-Conditioning-and-Services-Inc/Melbourne-Florida-32904-6718/Coastal-Air-Conditioning-and-Services-Inc-DO-NOT-USE-Melbourne-Florida-626147. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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