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Paul Revere Revolutionary Services is a residential and commercial plumbing, heating, and air conditioning contractor. Some of the many services they provide are Geo-Thermal Heating, Hybrid Heating, Oil, Gas and Hydronics. The business also provides general servicing and installation for plumbing, heating and air conditioning.
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Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation
10 Park Plaza, Suite 5170, Boston MA 02116
Phone Number: (617) 973-8700
Fax Number: (617) 973-8799
The license number is 13618.
Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security
One Ashburton Place, Room 2133, Boston MA 02108
Phone Number: (617) 727-7775 or TTY: (617) 727-6618
Fax Number: 617-727-4764
The license number is BU-017633.
Type of Entity
Business ManagementMr. Skip Ronan, President
Number of Employees
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS-RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL OIL BURNERS-EQUIPMENT OIL BURNERS-SERVICING PLUMBING, DRAIN & SEWER CLEANING PLUMBING PLAN SERVICES PLUMBING CONTRACTORS-RESIDENTIAL PLUMBING CONTRACTORS-COMMERCIAL HEATING SPECIALTIES HEATING EQUIP. & SYSTEMS HEATING CONTRACTORS AIR CONDITIONING REPAIR AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTORS AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CONTRACTORS - RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING & HEATING CONTRACTORS - COMMERCIAL Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors (NAICS: 238220)
Products & Services
Paul Revere Revolutionary Services sells the following brand(s): Baxi, Bryant, Lennox, Lochinvar, Navien, System 2000, Triangle Tube
Method(s) of PaymentCash
Service AreaPaul Revere Revolutionary Services provides their services in EAST WEYMOUTH, MARSHFIELD, N WEYMOUTH, NORTH QUINCY, NORTH WEYMOUTH, OCEAN BLUFF, PLYMOUTH, PLYMPTON, QUINCY, S WEYMOUTH, SOUTH WEYMOUTH, SQUANTUM, WEYMOUTH & WOLLASTON, MA.
Alternate Business NamesAbell Mechanical, Inc.
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35 Shadwell Road
Scituate, MA 02066 (781) 545-6789 Directions
PO Box 446
North Scituate, MA 02060
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Complaint: On 2/18/14 we hired Paul Revere to repair our furnace as we had no heat/hot water. After two days of unsuccessfully replacing transformers and shorting them out repeatedly, the Paul Revere technicians informed us that they could not figure out why the furnace would not work, leaving us for a third night with no heat/hot water and offered us NO SOLUTION or plan to fix the problem. To quote Skip, the owner, "We are losing our shirts on this job and can't figure out how to fix it so you will have to find someone else". Two weeks later they sent us a bill for $522.00. Not only were they unable to complete the job, they billed us for both parts and labor. We then had to pay another technician from another company for parts and labor once again (however he was qualified and actually fixed the furnace). This qualified technician said Paul Revere had erroneously attempted to connect transformers which should remain separate. He had to disconnect, rewire, and replace all of the transformers which Paul Revere had installed and broken as well as fix the shoddy electrical work they had left behind. I have never before hired a company who left a job unfinished and then attempted to bill us for a job undone. I hired them because of their A+ BBB rating but I now know you can't rely on that.
Desired Settlement: Remove charges/resolve the bill - we should not be billed for this job.
Business Response: I do admit that we had a problem with the wiring at Ms. *******'s home. The home was an existing home that has been in existence for several years and the wiring to the transformers had been the same until the problem arose. Attempts to connect the transformers in a normally accepted fashion resulted only in burning out all control wiring. We established that we needed to replace all the transformers and controls for the third time, at out expense. All supply houses were closed and we were unable to obtain the necessary parts that night. At that juncture it was decided that another pair of eyes and ideas on the problem were in everyone's best interest. No matter what, the heat was not going to be fixed that night. However, all the repairs to the heating system did not involve the wiring issue. Paperwork was turned into the office and was, unfortunately, billed out to the homeowner. I have issued a credit to the homeowner's account such that there is a zero balance. I apologize for both the failure to repair the system properly and for the inadvertent billing issue.
I have reviewed the response submitted by the business and have determined that the response does satisfy my issues and/or concerns in reference to complaint. I understand that by choosing to accept the business response that my complaint will be closed as resolved.
BBB's Final Determination: Consumer accepted resolution offered by the business.
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Complaint: Agreement 8/12/10 for $3551 Promised 3 days to complete the work with 2 man crew. Only 1 person with no explanation and it took ***** over 6 working days to complete the rough work. During the six days onsite, he continuously kept (mouthing-off” that he should not be here by himself, had issues reading the installation plan, he left more than once to receive parts, for he had initially retrieved the wrong ones. After numerous errors in installation and relating the duct work, ***** stated he was done and upon reviewing the work, my partner notifying the owner of the duct work all over block critical areas. We did not receive a return call from the owner, but and a tech ( I belief his name was *** – ****** Supervisor (mind you a great person) showed up two days later to review the work completed by *****. He actually gasped at the way the work had been completed and told us there was nothing he could do for that day for there were too many errors to fix and he would need parts and an extra person to assist him in re-routing the duct work closest to the hydro unit. They (*** and *****) returned the next day and a full day rerouting the duct work to gain access to the hydro air, but did not repair some of the other ductwork which blocked pathways to two other areas. At that particular point we certainly were not happy with the work, but felt trapped working with this company which had represented itself as a professional National Co. with a reconcilable brand name. Their continuous delays and multiple errors had already set us back two weeks on finishing the installation of the new addition. We wanted to terminate the agreement but felt we had signed an iron glad contract and we had to tough it out in order to finish the project before January. Once we had completed the plaster work, my partner called the company to notify them, it was time to complete the work. He spoke with a woman on the phone, who was not too friendly and was rushing him off the phone. He repeatly told her, the reason for the call was to finish an existing work project, that this was not a service call. She stated she that and hung up. A worker (***) showed up the next day around 8ish, stating he was here for a service call, but had know idea what he had to do. My partner notified him that this was not fot a serive call and he was suppose to complete the work started in Ausgust. He said he could not do it since he did not know anything about the it and certannily did not have any parts to complete the work. He said he needed to review what was done and take notes of was needed to return to complete the work. My partner notified him, there was no need as the office already had drawn out the plan and knew exactly what type, sizes of diffusers and returns were needed to complete the work. The worker (***) stated he had to make sure for himself. *** (An ex air force logistics personnel) was very talkative)…He kept repeating of how surprised he was of the way the install was done, he would not have done it in that particular fashion. My partner notified him it was his boss **** who had drawn out the plans and upon hearing this, he swirched subjects. He spent the next two hours revieing and taking notea, even notes on the boiler which ****** felt was unessary, but *** stated it was in case he had to return to serice it. My partner notifed him, it was serived by ******** and we had no plan of changing providers. In leaving *** stated someone (imself or another) would return the next day to complete the work. My partner asked him, was he certain, he said yes, he would notify the office. On the next day we waited until 2:30 PM and decided to call the office. My partnet spoke wit the lady, telling her we had had been waiting all day for someone to complete the work, in which she stated they were busy and there was nothing she could do, he asked to speak with **** (Owner) and she put him on hold for about 5 to 7 mimutes. She returns and asked for his number and **** would call him back. He gave her the number and she hung up. We never heard from **** ( Now bare in mind – This was the same **** and had sighed the contract with, which knew our number by heart before the contract was signed). The next time we had heard from the company was 96 hours later around 11:30 Friday in which the woman called and said someone was going to be going there later on to finish the work. After some arragments were made and some work were completed. WORK DONE IS SO BAD-THE HOUSE HAS BEEN SO MUCH COLDER DURING THIS WINTER (comfort-main goal made worst). Per other experts in the field we will have issues with AC due to location of diffuser. WORK NOT COMPLETED. EVEN IF COMPLETED WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY.
Desired Settlement: Refund to get it fixed and finished. Plus any additional COST.
Business Response: We have been in contact with the customer and have resolved the complaints they made. In fact, none of the issues involve any of the work we did on the property. We simply installed a new duct system to existing equipment. We did not install any new equipment. When we investigated the complaints, we found an undersized oil boiler (too small for the space), an aquastat on the oil boiler that was not maintaining a proper temperature for the hydro-air system (this leads to insufficient heat delivered to the space) and a plugged air filter in the hydro-air unit. In the course of investigation, we also found a water leak at the oil boiler, which as undiagnosed by anyone else. The customer was referring the repairs to the oil boiler to their oil supplier, was replacing the air filter and was doing nothing at this time about the undersized oil boiler. We currently have an open dialogue with the customer and will resolve and further complaints that might crop up.
Consumer Response: I have reviewed the response submitted by the business and have determined that the response does not satisfy or resolve my issues and/or concerns in reference to complaint # *******. Regards, ******* *******
Consumer Response: *** ***** and his head technician were at our home to review our heating issue, months after the installation and only after complain to the BBB and his corporate office. *** ***** came ready to point fingers at anything and everything else but his and the work of one inexperienced technician for whom he had sent to do the job (He was not qualified to do) for which he had promised (before the work was agreed upon) to send two experienced technicians to install our new duct work and configure our system using his Manual D calculation. Per his previous assessment during the bidding phase to procure the works, *** ***** had seen, touched, reviewed the ********* boiler, Hydro unit, and stated all we needed was new duct work for the entire space (WHOLE HOUSE) based on his manual D calculations. He had promised with the “Manual D” mathematical calculating formula in place, we would not have any issues. In passing he had told us because our Hydro air unit was “oversized” for the space – “Whole house” it would at times be too much heating for the house. He came prepared with printed documents pointed out the limitation of the ********* boiler noting it was under sized for the space and did not have the capacity to send enough temperate water to the hydro unit for it to work “properly” insinuating the boiler was causing all of the issues we were having. In turn my partner responded and asked *** ***** since he thought that was the case, why did he not state this when he was first bidding for the job and we would have reevaluated our needs, looked at other options. He did not reply, changed the subject and went back to discussing the ********. Our heating worked better when we had our old duct work (SAME HYDRO UNIT, same ********* BOILER) with an old addition and existing home that was not properly insulated. Our heating is far worse: EVEN as we have had our pre-existing home and new addition insulated with close cell foam insulation with high density fiberglass insulation added on top and the entire home has been plastered. One of the puzzling comments by *** ***** was that the boiler could not provide a consistent temperature of over 200 degrees to the hydro unit for it to function efficiently. Instead of focusing on pointing fingers, he should have taken the time to fully review the stats on the boiler and realize the information on the limits of the temperature was right on a plate implanted on the top frame of the boiler with all of the units information (capabilities), in which the ********* 102 boiler could handle up to 248 degrees of temperature. In response to his questioning of the **** **** unit, in which he stated it did not work, my partner told him we would look into it. We had two ***** ******** technicians come to the house on (ON THE SAME DAY as **. ***** and his technician’s visit) One of the technicians had had direct training on the ********* boilers. He reviewed the boiler, told us the aquastat was working properly (Other than the location of the unit – Which it was recommended we move it for better access to the controller – “*** *********) He stated that no damage had occurred to it and he was able to maintain a consistent temperature of the boiler at over 180 degrees. *** ***** could not get the temperature passed 160 and it would seem to my partner he did not know how to operate the aquastat as it took the ***** ******** mere seconds to increase and maintain the temperature. As for the broken nipple on the pipe, it has nothing to do with the heating temperature issues of the space, as stated by our plumber, ***** ******** (Whom has been servicing our boiler for almost 3 years (3 FULL WINTERS). What we are simply looking for is what we were promised: COMFORT. Simply comfort…
Business Response: Mr. Ronan nor his installers nor his technicians had any involvement with the selection or installation of the oil boiler in the home. The specific question asked when we bid the job was "Is the central AC system and air handler adequate to heat the home. An ACCA load analysis was performed on the home and it was determined that the air handler and the AC system were actually oversized but sufficiently large to handle the load. However, the load analysis does indicate that the boiler is insufficiently sized for the house inclusive of the new, cathedral ceiling. Regardless of what temperature the boiler is currently at, the boiler is too small for the job. We did not supply the boiler, we did not install the boiler and we bear no responsibility for the boiler. It strikes me as very odd that the complaints are coming from Ms Tavares when in fact, she has had nothing whatever to do with the any of the meetings on this job, including the last meeting when we diagnosed issues with the boiler. I do not profess to be an expert on the Viessmann products. Again, we did not supply this boiler nor install it. However, when I was there, 160°F was the highest temperature we could achieve. As I explained to her man on scene, that's not even close to design temperature for the air handler. It is rated at 180°F and that's the temperature needed for the unit to produce the rated Btu's. If the customer was cold this past winter, it is not the fault of the distribution system we installed if in fact the water temperature of the boiler is insufficient to supply adequate heat.
If the existing boiler cannot maintain 180°F input water temperature to the air handler under all conditions, then the distribution system cannot be expected to keep the house warm. We noted several problems with the system when we revisited. First and foremost, the air filter was plugged solid. In the condition in which it was found, very little air would circulate through the ducted system, leading to discomfort from low temperatures. The boiler temperature was 160°F maximum when we checked it. Regardless of who was able to get the temperature up to 180°F or preferably 200°F, if it wasn't at that temperature all winter, how can they expect to have had comfort? Why are they blaming my company for issues that have nothing to do with the work we did. This is rapidly turning into a 'witch hunt', blaming my company for every little failure, regardless whether we had anything to do with that aspect of the job or not. We also found the relief valve nipple on the boiler leaking. We never said anything about that affecting operation of the unit, on the contrary, we specifically said it was just something we found and it should be addressed. If that's blaming someone else, then so be it.
We install ducted systems for heating and air conditioning under all kind of designs and operating conditions. We never have complaints (until this job) of systems not working. We have been professional about this job and addressed each issue raised. Now, in May, we're being accused of poor quality work when it's virtually impossible to determine if a hotter boiler, clean air filter or properly sized boiler would make the home comfortable. Obviously I cannot produce the conditions which would allow such a determination. Neither can the homeowner. So, just what is it that the homeowner is seeking? The solution Ms Tavares has sought has been adversarial from the onset. That attitude continues with this complaint. I have done my best to try and explain the various issues with the system. The only complaint I've heard is that the house wasn't as warm this winter as in the past. Yet, they've expanded the house considerably and are now trying to assign blame for lack of heat to my company. The ducts in the house cannot manufacture heat nor can the blower blow air (we did not supply the air handler, only the duct system) that it cannot bring in. Plugged air filters and cool boilers are not something any duct system can overcome. However, even if they put in baseboard heat, they'd still suffer from insufficient capacity on a cold winter day due to the undersized boiler. Again, the boiler is not my responsibility. There was a plumber on the job who installed the boiler. Sizing, maintenance, repairs or operation of the boiler is outside the scope of work we performed.
Business Response: Our company contracted to install a ducted system in the home of ** *******. We installed that system per the contract, except for that work which we were ordered to not do and was ultimately done by her significant ‘other’ as stated by himself. The duct system (Manual ‘D’ design) will perform properly when the proper water temperature is delivered to the air handler, any mechanical problems in the air handler are repaired and any improper diffuser, registers or grilles are replaced with what were originally in our design plans. None of those issues is within the scope of our contract as amended by the customer. We did not supply any equipment for the job, we did not guarantee any equipment on the job and we will not accept responsibility for malfunctions associated with the equipment on the job or improper terminals on the supply or return outlets. We tried to work cooperatively with the customer but after our most recent visit to the home, received no feed back from them except another complaint to the BBB. It is unfortunate that the customer has chosen to be adversarial rather than cooperative.
Consumer Response: *** ***** did not return to complete the contracted work. We never ordered him to stop any of the work; on the contrary we followed all of his recommendations. *** *****, what a lie. What work STOPPAGE are you referring to *** *****? The work done was based on your assessment, and recommendation. (WE HAD NO INTENTION ON CHANGING THE DUCTS FOR THE WHOLE HOUSE UNTIL YOU; *** ***** CLAIMED IT WAS THE CAUSE OF ALL OUR PROBLEMS – NOT THE BOILER, NOT THE AIR HANDLER – NOT THE A/C UNIT). IF we ordered you to stop any work, why are we reading this statement for the first time, after you have rebuttable twice on BBB, what a fickle mind you seem to have. Your employee (*****) installed the registers and returns in our Media room, Master Bedroom, and two other bedrooms. He also left one for the Living room; he did not install it at the time due to the fact that the sheetrock work was not completed. He did all of those rooms using “EQUIPMENT” provided by your company. I am sure the serial number or tag numbers of each piece can be traced to a purchase by your company. Also we still have in our possession registers from your company left behind by ***** that does not match any of the cutouts in the kitchen, dining room, etc.; as one of your employees had noted, those were the wrong registers. Now if ***** could not even get the right grill/registers; what is to say about the rest of his work? Who is not to say that maybe when he cut the air handler, he left it in improper functioning order! We were forced to add registers to the kitchen, dining room area, kid’s room plus returns in the loft in the middle of one of the coldest winters in reason history, because *** *****’s company (Abell’s One Hour HVAC) left us stranded. They did not show or call to complete the work and those registers can be removed in less than 60 sec. and be replaced in less time. You created the design; you mapped out the location of the ductwork. Your employee (*****) installed all of the new ductwork, your other employees installed new piping connecting the existing A/C unit (outside locale) to the Air Handler and it was your company (Abell’s HVAC), that did ALL of the HVAC work. In the beginning (once again, based on your recommendation) per a receipt given to us by your company in which we paid $169.00 for an evaluation of the Air Handler and the A/C unit to determine their operating (proper function) status before your company began the HVAC work in our home. YOU sent in two workers, who tested thru and thru both systems (A/C unit/Air Handler) and gave both a 100% Abell’s stamp of approval clearance. The air handler has only been serviced/touched/cut into by the employee of Abell’s One hour and *** ***** himself. BOTH SYSTEMS WERE SOLID AND READY FOR OPERATION). I have the receipt to show it all. Such a lie when it was him whom posted a negative complain on BBB, he told my partner face-to-face during his last visit, his supervisor (Who was standing right next to him) would return to resolve part of the said issues. The supervisor never returned and nor did we get a call back. He should read his own writings, note the timeline. Our complaint to BBB was long before his return visit (It was after he sent us a final bill, after our lawyer sent him a letter refuting his charges, after his corporate office became involved). After he paid his visit (played nice with charming smile and full of excuses to the never ending tale as to why they had not responded in the past). Instead he went to BBB and wrote a negative “scathing” rebuttal. He (NEVER) called nor did he email us for the reason in not sending *** back for those repairs. We waited and waited and to our surprise, BBB notified us of his response. A pretender indeed!!! He needs to make up his mind on which issues are causing our heating problem for everything he makes a rebuttal, he adds and adds to the list of what is the issue (of course) in his mind, none of what he or ***** did caused the problems. We have done everything to resolve this matter for it is in our best interest to find a quick resolution as we are approaching the hot summer months. ONCE AGAIN: WE HAVE NOT RECEIVED A CALL, NOR AN EMAIL OR LETTER OR EVEN AN EMPLOYEE WITH OFFERING TO RESOLVE THE ISSUES. ONLY THING WE RECEIVED WAS HIS NEGATIVE RESPONSE ON BBB WEB SITE. AGAIN ABELL’S ONE HOUR HAS HAD MULTIPLE CHANCES TO RELSOLVE THIS A CRITICAL MATTER. A reminder: If there are any LASTING mechanical issues with the Air Handler, YOU were the last person to go into the attic and with your own hands; YOU made (Supposedly) changes to the unit as you were “checking for what the problem could be”. All witnessed by my significant other and your Supervisor (***) and myself heard it all as I was in the master bedroom at the time. Regards, ******* *******
BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable effort to address the complaint. However the consumer remains dissatisfied.
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Complaint: Would like a part and labor bill. According to the services and parts available for replacement at preset prices located on their receit, are not being followed. The company is double charging for services that should have been provided with original service appointment and problem still not fixed. There is a parts kit for each service and not all the parts are being used that are in the kit.
Desired Settlement: Should only be charged for parts replaced from kit and not for services that should have been done previously and charged separatly and still didn't fix the problem but looking to charge more money.
Our company, per our company procedures, has quoted this customer every step of the way with the repairs needed for his heating system. He agreed to pay for the repairs ordered by the manufacturer and that is the work we performed and billed. The factory also ordered replacement of the main control board, a job which the customer has declined. We have not billed for that work. We did replace two (2) sensors on the unit, again, per diagnosis of the problem by the manufacturer's technical service department.
I did not sign the repair sheet personally, a repair tech. was suppose to call me for conformation and to explain all repairs, especially the original repair sheet has a list of parts and the price for that service, Please have them send you the sheet with the parts packages listed, the sheet they said I signed. This will explain my complaint better. I would like to see a copy of all the originals, since my copies are hard to read.
BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable effort to address the complaint. However the consumer remains dissatisfied.