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When you search the homeheatingreview.com Directory, you will be provided with an online list of heating companies in your area, who may be interested in working on your job or delivering fuel. However, we do not guarantee that we will be able to match your request.
We attempt to verify the qualifications of our Member companies; we make no guarantees nor endorsements regarding the skills or the quality of the job that the company(s) if you hire them.
We do not endorse or recommend the services of any particular company. It is entirely up to you to enter into a direct contract or otherwise reach agreement with a company, and we do not guarantee or warrant their performance on the job or the outcome or quality of the services performed.
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2. What is a checked company?
Checked Companies have had their license and insurance information verified by homeheatingreview.com, and have agreed to conduct their business in accordance with our code of conduct...
(Advertising- All advertising and sales literature shall be truthful and accurate. No misleading statements or claims shall be made. Contracts - All contracts shall be free of ambiguity or omissions that may be vague or confuse either party's obligation. Responsible Conduct - All customer complaints will be handled in a fair, sensible and timely way. Companies agree to respect their obligations and commitments to customers, employees and suppliers. Companies make sure that the testimonials and photos displayed on homeheatingreview.com are genuine and not written with the objective of misleading the public. Companies will maintain the privacy of all customer contact information.)
NOTE: Checking only indicates that the license and insurance are legitimate on the certification date. Succeeding changes in a Companies license and insurance are certainly possible, and for this reason it is important for you to verify a Companies license and insurance before signing a contract. Do not rely solely on the information provided on this site for your decisions.
Homeheatingreview.com does not accept any responsibility for the validity or accuracy of any Companies licensing or insurance information, for any Companies performance or conduct, or for or any other matter related to the Companies /homeowner interaction.
3. Testimonial Policy
Homeowners who employ the services of Companies listed in the homeheatingreview.com Directory are encouraged to submit testimonials and ratings of the Companies performance. Only those who have hired a Company can submit a testimonial and a rating for that Company.
homeheatingreview.com makes no claim to verifying the authenticity or accuracy of any testimonial before it is published to it’s website.
homeheatingreview.com will not edit testimonials in any way other then to correct spelling mistakes and blatant grammatical errors.
homeheatingreview.com has the discretion to remove testimonials that include foul or vulgar language.
A copy of your testimonial(s) may be sent to the Company you have reviewed. The Companies have the opportunity to post their rebuttal when receiving an unfavorable testimonial.
Homeowners should be careful to only post accurate statements about their experience with their Companies, as slander laws are designed to protect people/companies from testimonial misuse.
A homeowner can post only one testimonial per Companies per job, although homeowners can edit their testimonial upon further reflection.
All changes will be subject to the same review process as new testimonials.