Saturday, April 04, 2020

No Surprise Pricing

Sooner or later it happens to all of us: you hire a company to do service or repairs. You get an estimate and suddenly the work takes a lot longer than expected. The serviceperson had to run for parts and materials several times, had lunch and received a constant flood of personal calls.

Finally, the work is finished and you are presented with the bill. Big surprise. The bill is way more than the original estimate.

At Maxwell Plumb we have a better way. We call it our “No Surprises Pricing." We charge by the job and not by the hour.

When a Maxwell tech arrives on site, he listens to your needs, provides solutions and an exact price. The price we quote is the exact price you pay when the work is completed. We remove the clock factor so our professionally trained technicians can take the time necessary to make sure the work is done right.

There’s no running for parts and materials. Our service vehicles are mini-warehouses filled with all the tools, parts and materials needed for the job. When work is completed the area is thoroughly cleaned and the final price is exactly as quoted. . . even if it takes longer than expected.

No Surprises. That’s the Maxwell way.
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  • Maxwell Plumb Does Your Home Need a Dehumidifier? Written by Maxwell Plumb

    During a typical New York summer the air can be hot and muggy outside, which can mean excess moisture inside. Excessive indoor humidity is not just uncomfortable, it can lead to unhealthy mold, musty odors and condensation that can damage wood surfaces and paint.

    In today's tight, well insulated homes, excess moisture can make your air conditioner work harder to keep the air cool and dry. To help keep the air dryer, a dehumidifier can be an effective solution.

    How does a dehumidifier work?
    As warm, humid air is blown across a cold coil by a fan, moisture condenses into liquid, which can be removed through a drain pipe. The dry air then passes over a warm coil and is added back into the room. Dehumidifiers are controlled by an instrument called a dehumidistat, which turns the unit on and off depending on the amount of moisture detected in the air. The level of moisture is controlled by a dehumidistat, which turns the unit on and off. A dehumidifier's capacity is measured in pints of water removed every 24 hours.

    Carrier Whole Home Dehumidifers
    A whole house dehumidifier is designed to work in conjunction with your home's heating and air conditioning system by monitoring and controlling the level of humidity. It operates quietly and is easily maintained by cleaning a filter.

    Have questions about controlling excess humidity in your home? Call Maxwell Plumb, we're here to help.

    Written on Tuesday, 24 March 2015 06:52 in Maxwell Plumb Blog
    Tags: indoor air quality dehumidifier humidity Be the first to comment! Read 5428 times Read more...
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