I had a receptacle repaired through Genworth's Purchase Plus Improvements Program. Andrew Lipp gave me an estimate, sight unseen, as the sellers would not allow us to gain entry again; he came to fix it and charged lass than the estimate. Andrew is very personable with good work ethics and fair treatment. If you want fair, professional service, Cutback Connections is great to do business with!
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Action Furnace replaced our 31 year old furnace and hot water tank replacement. The Furnace was installed through Genworth's Purchase Plus Improvements Program, when we bought our house. Very happy with the work performed; great guys!! My only concern was the original gas pipe to the BBQ was rejected by the city. I found out Action was not responsible for the line not having a valve at the furnace, or drip pocket at the T (which collects shavings from burning) and we had to have them back to fix the line so the city would pass it. They draw the permits, and that's one they should be aware of, hopefully they will learn from this experience, or at least Brandon will pass it along to the company, so they can fore see it in future, so work can be completed all at once. When the sellers would not grant entry again. they did give me a quote, sight unseen for the furnace and hot water tank to be installed, included in our mortgage through Genworth; so I was super happy they provided that to me, so most of the cost was absorbed for us. The work on the gas line to the BBQ cost only $420.