3495 S 300 W, Salt Lake City, UT | Directions 84115-434140.695121 -111.899723
M-F 7 am - 8 pm
Sat 8 am - 4 pm
24 Hour Emergency Service Available
Neighborhoods: South Salt Lake
I am wanted to express my admiration for one of your employees, coy Rooney. He came out to assess my Dad's A/C unit. He was so helpful in diagnosing the problem, talking through the options, gave advice, and wrote up a proposal on repair costs. I was really impressed how personable and professional he was.
call neering plumbing and air to come and checked my furnace and they told me that its has a bad mother board they want 950.00 for replacment. its turn out that i have a bad valve instead. would not recomend neerings plumbing & heating to anybody.
Kody did a great job + stayed as long as needed to address our unit.
Although quick to respond, their prices are outrageous. They do not charge a premium for after hours, weekends or holidays, however their pre-printed prescribed charges are generally more than what other companies will charge for these overtime type calls. To auger a toilet: $240.00; Clear a jammed disposal: $212.00; Replace the disposal: $850.00-1,600.00; Replace a toilet tank fill valve: $341.00. (This I have done several times myself for about $25.00 in approx 30 minutes.) There are many good plumbing companies in the area that will give you as good or better service for a lot better price.
I agree with W.H. Neerings is really expensive. My furnace wouldn't turn on and I ruled out the thermostat because while it wouldn't activate the furnace when I raised the temperature, it would activate the furnace if I raised the temperature and then pushed a button to "lock" the temperature so the furnace would run continually and not turn off. The technician connected a meter to my furnace and quickly determined the furnace was ok so the problem had to be my thermostat. When I called for service, I was quoted a $49 trip charge which would be credited towards the cost of any labor that was necessary. I had a choice of two thermostats, one for $393 or one for $449 and $49 to install. Thinking the price for thermostats had increased since 2004 I was about to make a selection when a visiting daughter and her husband talked me out of it. I bought a $79 thermostat at Lowe's and installed it my self. The technician not only charged me the $49 for the trip charge but an additional $40 for the 10 minutes it took to read the meter that he connected to my furnace. Last year they gave me a furnace tune up for $89 but that wasn't included in the $89 this trip. $393 for a thermostat? Really?
What a great tech and person Steve Taylor is. He did a great job at my home. Very professional.
WOW this is a great company, they are honest with what work needs to be done and how much it will be. Gave me a estimate for the work. So worth it. I trust them completely!
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