3rd Party Repair Recommendations

We often get asked how to find a good place to get a system repaired, and I wanted to outline a couple of tips on how to make sure you aren’t being taken advantage of:

First, Google Reviews Are a Godsend

When searching for a local repair shop, this is always the first place I check!

I also recommend checking out the potential shop on Yelp and Yellow Pages as well to make sure we can double-check that they seem like a good place to take your system.

Second, Phone Calls

When picking out a repair shop, a simple phone call can be a great tool to weed out potentially bad places.

Make sure to trust your gut and if something doesn’t feel right, see if there is a different shop you would like to check out. Be wary of shops that promise quick and easy solutions to every problem, and shops that have not been around for very long.

Third, Referrals

Reach out to friends and family to see if they have any recommendations or horror stories. Word of mouth is always the best way to advertise and if something went well or wrong people are always happy to share it.

Lastly, System Information

Make sure to have the make and model or list of parts in your system to hand to the repair shop!

This is helpful for them and also lets you know what is in the system and what they might need to replace. The easier you can make it on the shop, the less expensive the visit is going to be.

Access your Puget Account portal for a list of parts based on your systems Order Number.

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