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Topic # 178994 21-Aug-2015 19:29
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We're looking at a replacement heat pump

Rather focus on product I'm keen to hear people experiences with the actual companies good and bad 

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  Reply # 1375494 28-Aug-2015 08:01
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Anyone any experiences ? undecided

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  Reply # 1375504 28-Aug-2015 08:32
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I've used these guys and was happy with both price and service for a heatpump install.



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  Reply # 1375510 28-Aug-2015 08:36
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I've had two, both companies have gone out of business. Seems to happen really regularly. I'd go for a big, well established company if you want easy warranty support. Hot Chilly

Cozy Cool I think went out of business and I didn't much like the way their accounts or customer service worked. Hot Chilly also went out of business. Sometimes they start up again with a similar name.

Check out Wasabi Air, seem to have been around a long time. My neighbours son works for them.

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  Reply # 1378448 2-Sep-2015 17:42
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I got a Mitsubishi heatpump installed by 'The Right Degree', he does it part time around his day job. He can also sell you a heat pump if required.

Does both residential and commercial installs. I would happily recommend him to anyone.

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