Thursday, March 24, 2011

Great Service by Meyer Heating and Cooling!!

I met the owner of Meyer Heating and Cooling in St. Louis in a past job with a telecommunications company.  What a great guy; I really respect the way he runs his business with integrity.  It took awhile for me to actually be in need of the services, however we have now used them three times.  The first time was when the air conditioning quit working in our condo on one of the hottest days of the year!  Uhhh! It was so horrible.  I called up Meyer Heating and Cooling and they had someone out to fix it the next day!

The second time we used Meyer Heating and Cooling was earlier this year.  We had been dealing with a heater that the pilot light was not wanting to start on the first try.  Then it was not starting after two or three tries.  Then finally it was not lighting what so ever.  So after dealing with this for awhile, we decided it was time to call Meyer Heating and Cooling again.  The sent out a service guy, Mike, the next day!  He showed up in the expected time period too! He tested out the heater and had it fixed in a very short period of time.  We should have called them sooner!!  What great service!!

The most recent call to Meyer Heating and Cooling was just last weekend.  Rob and I just moved into our new house and as it is a foreclosure, everything is as is.  Rob and his Dad lit the pilot light on the water heater on Friday night.  After working a lot around the house, Rob and I decided to head to the basement to watch a little TV before heading to bed and it just so happened my Mom called about the same time.  I went to the other part of our basement, so I wouldn't bother Rob.  As soon as I got off the phone I noticed this water sound.

I went to the room with the water heater and it was pouring out water!!  Everywhere!!!

I called for Rob, he turned off the water and the gas to the water heater and then I reached out to Meyer Heating and Cooling on Facebook.  They told me to call first thing in the morning and they would send someone out.  They sent out Mike again (the same guy as they sent with our heater issue.)  Of course he is always super nice.  He determined we had a calcium buildup and it blew our pressure valve and then he fixed it!  He did not only stop there, he also showed and explained how to drain our water heater to help prevent the build up.  He told us we should do it about once a year.  Wow!! What great service!!!  I highly recommend Meyer Heating and Cooling!!!

Here is the contact information:
Meyer Heating and Cooling, LLC
11040 Lin Valle Ste F, St. Louis, MO 63123 (314) 845-1929

1 comment:

  1. May we suggest that if your furnace is older than ten years, it may be time to get a new one. This is because the average furnace lasts between ten and fifteen years. After that point, they will start to need more and more repairs - and may even break down right in the middle of winter.

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