Testimonials Page 7

Came home to a cold house. Called around for hours, finally, a bloke answered.
Comstock HVAC, Inc. out of Naples, NY.

He said he would be out in an hour. It took him 30 min. He was friendly
and competent. Had the heat on in an hour. Great service…

Michael Potter

Comstock HVAC offered it all and delivered as promised.

We searched for a competent, professional and cost efficient company to
replace our old and deteriorating HVAC (heater and AC) equipment in our
over 140 years old historical building.

Comstock HVAC offered it all and delivered as promised. Matt Burt’s
professionalism and personal dedication to his family owned business and
to his customers, stood out at our first on site meeting.

On the day of installation, Matt and his son stepped out of their
vehicles and went straight to work. Little time was needed in their
preparation to replace our old equipment. From beginning to end, I was
left with nothing but confidence that everything would work as planned
and in a timely manner! Even the challenges they were faced with, due to
the age of our building, were quickly and successfully overcome.

I would recommend Comstock HVAC for handling any job. Their high level
of professionalism and personal dedication, at a great price, can’t be

Jeffrey H. Wells (co-owner)
The Olde Country Store and More 1849
North Cohocton, NY.

Jeffrey H. Wells :: The Olde Country Store and More

Honesty, Integrity, Affordable, Trustworthy, Dependable…..

Just a few of the adjectives I would use to describe Comstock HVAC. They
have been doing business with us for 14 years and have helped us stay
in business. With a commercial kitchen, and equipment being aged, it is
nice to have a company who can understand and keep it all operating for
us. I would highly recommend Matt And Cindy from Comstock HVAC.

Wendy Meyer,
Luig’s Pizza
103 South Main St
Naples NY 14512

Wendy Meyer

Matt and Cindy Burt didn’t do the original installation of our wine cellar, but we wish they did

We’ve needed them twice and they were prompt, professional and extremely
knowledgeable. We are very glad that they were referred to us and
recommend them without hesitation.

Thanks again for your help today.

Dawn K. Klein, CFP?, MBA

Dawn and David Klein

Homeowners feeling the heat this winter..

Margo Deusenbery remembers one winter night very well. The house turned
bone cold and there wasn’t a drop of fuel oil in the tank. I had a handy
husband, recalled the Naples resident. She was fortunate for that, she
said, and a supportive family. Her husband, James, went out in the
middle of the night to their son-in-laws house to siphon some fuel oil
to bring back and put in their tank.

Now a widow, and living on a fixed income, Margo said she not long ago
made the switch to natural gas. as it’s much more convenient and better
on my budget.

While Margo and others in the Finger Lakes are struggling to keep warm
this winter and waiting for the early spring predicted on Groundhog Day
those who service heating units and replace furnaces have been

While business is booming, it isn’t necessarily all that profitable, though.

The phone has been ringing off the hook at Comstock HVAC. Owner Matt
Burt, whose business serves customers from sites in Naples and
Canandaigua, said due to the economy, people have been servicing units
less and doing fewer system upgrades.

Until something goes wrong.

We do a lot of commercial and residential work, he said. While routine
upgrading of systems is down nearly 50 percent, emergency repairs and
replacements are way up.

A lot of people have been finding their old, outdated units don’t do
well in this cold weather, he said. That is when you get the 2 a.m.

A popular choice right now is switching from oil to natural gas, said
Burt. It’s good for customers, as it’s more affordable and natural gas
systems don’t generally need as much maintenance, he said. So once
Comstock puts in a natural gas system, he doesn’t usually get as many
service calls.

Naples resident Sue Cowley said she has cut her heating costs about in
half since switching to natural gas a few years ago. With the price of
oil spiking and rebates available, it was a good choice, said Cowley, a
retired teacher.

Margo Deusenbery