Pittsburgh, don’t be fooled! Just because your Contractor or Technician is fixing a problem for you at the cheapest cost possible, it does not mean that they have your best interest at heart. In fact, it may actually mean that you’re getting the cheapest means necessary, as well as a band-aid repair service. And, this can lead right back to poor performance with the same exact problems, or can even makes things worse if the “not-done-right” repair affects other aspects of your appliance, thereby creating greater and longer term damage. Often times, it is actually more cost-effective in the long term to replace or upgrade a major appliance for Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, or Electrical issues, instead of continually throwing away dollars for repeat repairs for an old or worn out major appliance.
At Gillece Services, our best practice customer service policy and procedure is to present you with pricing options at the site of the problem, directly in your home. Should you prefer a job-done-right-the-first-time fix, or a more substantial maintenance repair, or perhaps, a full replacement… our job is to provide options for you with associated prices and a description of the outcome of each option. We feel an educated customer is a happy customer. And, we like to tell you up-front what your choices are… that way YOU are in control and can make the best decision for you, your home, and your family. In fact, we feel so strongly about this service for our customers, that if for some reason we don’t provide pricing options, we feel that we are actually doing you a disservice. So, be sure to ask…
Ask your Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, or Electrical Gillece Services Technician what your options might be… and, should you choose a more costly option and are short on cash, your Gillece Services Technician will review a selection of supportive, consumer friendly Financing Option payment plans requiring credit approval.
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