Dwd Mechanical Contractor Inc

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1.0000 stars - based on 1 reviews
1005 Kedron Ave Morton, Pennsylvania 19070
(610) 544-3346
 
 

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Dwd Mechanical Contractor Inc is located at the address 1005 Kedron Ave in Morton, Pennsylvania 19070. They can be contacted via phone at (610) 544-3346 for pricing, hours and directions. Dwd Mechanical Contractor Inc specializes in Heaters, Enclosures, Walls.

Dwd Mechanical Contractor Inc has an annual sales volume of 0 - 500K. .For more information contact David White, President

Dwd Mechanical Contractor Inc provides Plumbing, Installations & Replacements, Design & Engineering to it's customers. For maps and directions to Dwd Mechanical Contractor Inc view the map to the right. For reviews of Dwd Mechanical Contractor Inc see below.

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Business Features

PRODUCTS

  • Gravel , Drainage Systems , Drywall , Septic Tanks , Central Air , Insulation , Concrete , Septic Systems , Ceramic Tile , Pavers

SERVICES

  • Sewers , Sand , Plumbing , Custom Design , Sewer Drains , Drains , Installations & Replacements , Septic System Repairs , Testing & Diagnostics , Design & Engineering

SPECIALTIES

  • Air Conditioners , Heating & Cooling , Enclosures , Garages , Gravel , Heaters , Commercial , Walls , Interior Work , Sunrooms
 
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CONTACT INFORMATION

Phone: (610) 544-3346

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Main Contact First Name: David

Main Contact Last Name: White

Main Contact Title: President

Employee Size: 1 To 4

Exact Employee Count: 3

Exact Sales Volume: 480000

Location Type: Single Location

Sales Volume: 0 - 500K

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by MisplacedMyAlibi on 11/21/2012

Go Anywhere Else!

They installed the plumbing and HVAC in my house. Within 4 months of living here they have had to come back 12 times and this is just the beginning...2x to adjust the temperature on my faucets and the other 10x to work on my brand new HVAC unit. Come to find out...DWD's installer was unaware that they needed to pitch the intake and exhaust piping coming from the HVAC unit. Now, I have portions of my exterior wall and interior wall cut out so that they can reinstall the piping this time ensuring that it will be raised 1/4" for every 12 inches of piping. The inconvenience is beyond my wildest dreams of having bought a brand new house, literally built from the ground up. It has been expressed thoroughly to me by many construction professionals that it is standard to pitch ANY pipe that is anticipated to have water/fluid moving through out it. This is not little "oops" nor is it a fault of a lemon of a HVAC unit... this was because DWD failed to have their installer trained prop

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Key Contacts
    • David White
    • President