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Jon Wayne Service Company

Phone: (210) 293-5551 Fax: (210) 662-9994 9272 Us Highway 87 E, San Antonio, TX 78263

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Factors that raised the rating for Jon Wayne Service Company include:

  • Length of time business has been operating
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  • Response to 15 complaint(s) filed against business
  • Resolution of complaint(s) filed against business

Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details

15 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 6 closed in last 12 months
Complaint Type Total Closed Complaints
Advertising/Sales Issues 5
Billing/Collection Issues 1
Delivery Issues 0
Guarantee/Warranty Issues 2
Problems with Product/Service 7
Total Closed Complaints 15

Customer Reviews Summary Read customer reviews

122 Customer Reviews on Jon Wayne Service Company
Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience 118
Neutral Experience 1
Negative Experience 3
Total Customer Reviews 122

Additional Information

BBB file opened: February 01, 2002 Business started: 10/01/2001 in TX Business started locally: 10/01/2001 Business incorporated 10/29/2001 in TX
Licensing, Bonding or Registration

This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.

These agencies may include:

Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation
920 Colorado St, Austin TX 78701
Phone Number: (800) 803-9202

Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners
929 E 41st St, Austin TX 78751
Phone Number: (800) 845-6584

Type of Entity

Private Limited Company by Shares (LTD)

Business Management
Mr. Don Rackler, Partner Mr. Jacob McBee Mr. Tito Quintero Mr. Brandon Rackler, General Manager
Contact Information
Customer Contact: Mr. Tito Quintero
Principal: Mr. Don Rackler, Partner
Business Category

Plumbing Drains & Sewer Cleaning Bathroom Remodeling Bathroom Remodeling - Walk-In Tubs Heating & Air Conditioning Air conditioning & Heating Contractors - Residential Air conditioning & Heating Contractors - Commercial Air Quality Service Water Heaters - Dealers Water Heater - Tankless Water Softening & Conditioning Equipment Service & Supplies Energy Conservation Products & Services Air Conditioning Repair Air Conditioning Systems - Cleaning Air Duct Systems Heating Equipment & Systems Cleaning & Repair Energy Service Companies Air Conditioning Contractors & Systems Electricians – Residential Electricians Heating Contractors Home Automation Contractor - Insulation Plumbers Plumbing - Renovation & Repair

Products & Services

Jon Wayne Service Company sells the following brand(s): We service and repair all major brands.

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Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Summary

Jon Wayne Service Company has received 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 Customer Reviews and a BBB Rating of A+.

BBB Customer Review Rating plus BBB Rating Overview

Additional Locations

  • 9272 Us Highway 87 E

    San Antonio, TX 78263


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Complaint Detail(s)

7/29/2016 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: The markup charged by these guys is way out of line. They charged me $1049 to install Super Seal, which sells online for $49.50!! https://***************************************************************** The misrepresented the cost of R-22 as well, charging $185/lb. You can buy it online for $19 lb -- https://**************************************************************** It is one thing to charge a lot, but their reps just lied right to my face about the reason for the high cost. I wondered why it was so high, so went online and it was obvious they are running a scam. I'd never recommend these thieves to anyone.

Desired Settlement: The charged me a $29 service charge plus $1040.00 for the Super Seal treatment. The whole repair took less than 10 min. I'd be fine with a $150 service charge, plus a full 100% markup on the cost of the supplies. So $100 for the Super SEal, and $40/lb for the freon ($200) I'd like a refund for all but the fair price of $450.

Business Response: We've reached out to our customer directly and have resolved this dispute in a manner satisfactory to both sides. We deem this matter resolved and closed. 

7/12/2016 Advertising/Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: On May 16th I called to have a yard leak repaired and ******* *** came out and fixed the leak, he was nice and did a good job. Welll, that evening when I was browsing through the internet because I looked up Jon Wayne I was re-targeted with the banner advertising no service charge. I checked my bill and I was charged, so the next I called and was sent to a voicemail, I left a message. **** at ************ called me on the 17th I told him my complaint and he had no time to talk and would call me back, well I waited and he didn't call so I called on June 15th and left him I message and he still hasn't called, I've given you enough time. I've done business with you for years and never had a problem,you also advertised for the month of June no service charges, well I'm not doing business with you and you can also return my money for the rescue club in reference to my AC......

Desired Settlement: To get the service charge and money owed to me from rescue club.

Business Response: We've made several attempts to reach our customer directly to resolve their concern but have not been able to reach them. We will be honoring her request for a refund and agree that there was miscommunication on our part with regards to the service call. If she would like to discuss further please have her call **** ******** at *************. We apologize for any inconvenience. 

Consumer Response: Better Business Bureau:

I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.


**** *******

6/15/2016 Guarantee/Warranty Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: We joined Jon Wayne's "rescue club". According to our contract they were supposed to come out twice a great to check our system for the 36.95 a month. Along with that if we had any problems with the system the would be out the same day. The changed to once a year without a new contract. Now my system is broke down and they can not send a tech out today. They changed the contract again and now say the have 24 yrs to get a tech to us. This 36.95 a month is a rip off , beach of contract and a joke.

Desired Settlement: Refund the last 2 yrs of payments! 36.95 x 24 months!! And stop advertising the rescue club and stop advertising they are always open. False advertising!

Business Response: We've reached out to Mrs. ****** and have resolved this matter directly with her. We deem this matter closed. 

Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response because:


******* ******

4/19/2016 Guarantee/Warranty Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: UPON THE DAY OF MY PURCHASE OF YOUR SYSTEM IN JUNE 2015, YOUR SALES ASSOCIATE & THE HOMEOWNER AGREEMENT STIPULATED Upon the day of my purchase of your system in June 2015, your sales associate & the homeowner agreement stipulated that your unit came with a 10 year warranty including parts & labor - no catch. Now, your associate who came to my house today for my unit's annual tune-up tells me that my warranty with *** ***** is only good IF I sign up for your Rescue Club. WHAT?! This was NOT explained to me ever and when I had asked for a copy of the warranty, the man said - I don't have anything in writing for you on that - we'll just know you have the warranty per our system and your receipt. I asked the lady when I booked my tune-up appt if there was any literature I could be given that stipulated what was covered in my warranty and what was not. She said, my technician will break it down for me. Well your technician said only certain parts are covered under Goodman (manufacturer not written anywhere on my paperwork given to me), and that I have to call them to find out what their warranty is and that while yes I have a labor & parts warranty good for 10 years, it is only valid until June 2016 when my rescue club membership expires. How can I have a 10 year warranty with *** ***** and then be told I have to pay a monthly/annual fee for that warranty to stay valid? This is illegal double-speak and I am very angry that I was not told or given any paperwork explaining Rescue Club. Even when I asked your technician for the paper that showed me the prices between the different plans for your HVAC, Electricity and Plumbing he told me NO - they can't give it to me. How can I make a decision without having the numbers?!

Desired Settlement: CONTRACTS NEED TO STIPULATE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A *** ***** WARRANTY & MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY. AS SUCH, DOCUMENT SHOULD CLEARLY STATE WHICH WARRANTY IS BEING PURCHASED, HOW LONG THAT COVERAGE WILL LAST, WHAT EXACTLY IS COVERED AND THE SAME FOR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY. ALL *** *****'S GUARANTEES STIPULATED ON THE FRONT AND BACK OF HOMEOWNER AGREEMENT DOES NOT SAY "YOU MUST PURCHASE RESCUE CLUB FOR THESE WARRANTIES TO STAY IN EFFECT AND REMAIN VALID". THE ONLY AREA THAT MENTIONS THE REQUIREMENT OF RESCUE CLUB IS ON THE BACK OF MY HOMEOWNER'S AGREEMENT DATED 6/9/2015 FOR THE "LIFETIME NO OVERTIME SERVICE GUARANTEE - Our commitment to our customer remains long after the installation date. We proudly extend to our valued customers who are members of our Rescue Club, a Lifetime of No Overtime Service Support. This means that 7 days a week, we will deliver our expert service when you want it, need it, and at your convenience, not at our leisure. You'll never pay extra. Over the life of your system, this benefit can add up to hundreds of dollars in savings." That was for the Lifetime guarantee. However, no where in my paperwork did it say that my 10 year warranty was only a manufacturer's warranty and that *** *****'s warranty is only applicable if I remain a Rescue Club member! And in no where in my paperwork does it state that my warranty was only a manufacturer's warranty with limited parts coverage (not including labor) as was stipulated by your technician who came to my house today 4/5/2016 for the annual tuneup.

Business Response: Customer concerns were addressed and resolved directly with our customer, we deem this matter closed. 

Consumer Response:

Better Business Bureau:

I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution of equipment return and full refund is satisfactory to me. However, I hope they update their owner's agreement to make their verbiage clear for new customers that their company's guarantees and warranties stipulated on the back are only valid 1 year at a time per purchase of their "rescue plan" which provides only 1 year coverage, separate from the manufacturer's limited 10 yr warranty (must register within 90 days of installation. And that THOUGH the 10 year warranties marked under "*** ***** Warranties", it should be noted that the warranties they mark you are getting are not *** ***** Warranties but are the manufacturer's warranty. The manufacturer of the equipment should also be written and clearly identified on the owner's agreement and install form and that their 5 yr guarantees, 10 yr warranties, described on their purchase form is only applicable with the purchase of their annual "rescue plan" (i.e. 1 year labor/service/parts *** ***** warranty), despite the fact that the only guarantee that describes mandatory rescue plan purchase was for their "lifetime no-overtime guarantee" detailed on the owner's agreement. Also despite the fact that I am said owner of the equipment as written on the owner's agreement and as I was the purchaser and equipment was financed by my name only, *** ***** would only negotiate with my husband, coordinate scheduling with him, and issue refund in my husband's name. Also, *** ***** had given me a system that was no longer meeting federal requirements. They replaced by Carrier 14 seer A/C system with a Goodman 13 seer air handler with a 14 seer heat pump to make it meet the requirements even though they knew that the following year my system would have to be upgraded should I had to sell my home. Though they did this during the grace period given by federal law and was therefore technically legal, I find it very bad business to sell customers systems they know are no longer meeting federal guidelines. Upon purchase of my system, I was never told what brand of system or seer level I was getting. It was never written on any paperwork I signed or given to me. After they asked me "how can we fix this?" and I said "you can honor the guarantees that is on the document that I signed" to which he told me "no I can't do that. I can give you 1 or 2 year labor plan for free but that's it. I then said, I'd like for you to take back my system. After a week of a run-around from the company, they finally honored their "1 year buy back" guarantee and refunded my money and removed their system. I a, glad to be done with them. It was the worst experience and treatment I have EVER experienced. I would not recommend this company to anyone. 

******* ***

10/24/2015 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: *** ***** sent a tech to our home to repair an a/c unit. The tech offered us various options which supposedly would allow the system to begin cooling again. We decided on the lower priced option, which was $198. We were never told at any time that this lower priced option may not work, although he did reinforce that our system was old. After his work was completed we paid a total of $227 and he departed. Three hours later the a/c was still not cooling. We called the company and the tech returned. His response was our only option was to pay $1700 for additional repairs. We declined these services. Considering the services rendered were faulty we asked for a refund and that was denied. I am unclear on why I am required to pay for a faulty repair.

Desired Settlement: A refund of $198 we understand that $29 service/call will not be refunded.

Business Response: We've made several attempts to reach our customer directly to get this matter resolved and behind us. We feel that the their concerns are justified and carry validity, we just ask for the opportunity to speak to them directly. As stated on the voicemail messages, please call **** at ************ at your earliest convenience. 

8/26/2015 Problems with Product/Service
8/24/2015 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: We have a monthly service with *** ***** which offers me twice a year maintenance on my HVAC. We called and made an appointment for the service for 27 July 2015. The experienced service tech arrived and performed the service. That evening the unit began to blow warmer than usual air by Tuesday evening it was blowing hot air. We immediately put in an emergency work order to our home warranty that evening. Wednesday we called *** ***** and they did not offer to help make it right. I told them I am having another company come look at the unit to determine the real issue. The issue was caused by a bent valve stem in the high side valve which caused the refrigerant to leak out. The valve covers were also not tightened down. This was occurred when the experienced *** ***** technician checked the refrigerant which at the time was 72 psi. I called *** ***** and after several hours of back and forth they basically told me not their fault and go fly a kite. This damage could only have happened when someone is working on the unit. I gave *** ***** the opportunity to fix the valve stem and replace the refrigerant. I was told they would charge me. Unacceptable. I have emailed the owner Mr. Don Rackler but have not had a response.

Desired Settlement: Reimbursement for fees associated with correcting the damage to the HVAC = $475.00

Business Response: We spoke to Mr. ******* over the telephone on 7/30/15, he expressed his concerns with regards to the maintenance performed on 7/27/15. His initial concern was that our technician did not tighten the locking caps on his unit allowing refrigerant to leak out via the refrigerant service valve. We explained that the cap is merely a cover to protect the valve core from being accidently pushed in and allowing refrigerant to leak. Much like a tire, it **** not lose air pressure if the cap is missing, this **** only happen if the valve core is pushed allowing air to escape. I explained, if there was a refrigerant leak, the schrader valve was bad, which has nothing to do with the caps and was not an issue that was present during our Maintenance call. Despite all this, we advised Mr. ******* that we would do our part and due diligence and discuss the matter with all the involved to get this matter resolved.
We spoke to our technician, confirmed his system observations and specifically discussed the service valve. He advised that no leaks were visible nor present at the time of his maintenance. I advised Mr. ******* of this, but his complaint went from loose caps to a completely broken valve stem that he was now holding in his hands. We find this alarming since there was no mention of this during our conversation 10 minutes prior. Mr. ******* has explicitly told us in the past that he only uses us for our diagnostics and then has his home warranty company come out to perform repairs. If he truly felt that we were responsible for the issues from our service visit, why did he have his home warranty company come out first? why did he not give us the opportunity to look at the issue, that in his mind, "we caused" before getting another contractor out?
In listening to the call recordings, Mr. ******* was very deliberate in attempting to corner our customer service representatives in accepting responsibility for his system failure over the phone. His initial call was not to request service, but simply to inform us that he MIGHT have an issue that we MAY have caused, almost to the point of preemptively setting up his complaint. At one point he admitted that a previous defunct contractor had already broken that valve stem and if we broke it again, he expected us to fix it. He then calls back a few minutes later and advises that the caps were loose.
After our initial interactions, Mr. ******* continued to provide harsh negative feedback to us via various platforms and threatened to take legal action. At *** ***** Services, we are dedicated to providing the highest level of service possible and we **** always do so, as long as the homeowner does not resort to deceptive ploys and practices in an attempt to black mail his way to getting what he wants. We **** not be taken advantage of in this manner. In an attempt to bring this matter to a close, we **** cancel Mr. *******'s Service Agreement and refund all funds paid to us for this current year's maintenance plan totaling $149.50.

Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response because:

The Business response is not entirely true and is missing vital points.

The area absolutely correct in stating I called them to informa them that a problem occurred and I had point in an emergency work order with my warranty company. This was based upon the information the technician provided me. My service invoice did not at all specify any problems with the valve or refrigerant in fact the refrigerant was at 72 psi the only elements on the service order that the technician annotated were as follows:

Electrical fault in dual voltage absorption system and single voltage absorption system condensing unit. Installation fault in high voltage wiring harness, no super boost compressor server.

Worked Performed: Cooling Tune Up, checked refrigerant

Technician Recommendations:  Replace DVAS, SVHS and bring eire harness to code, install super boost

That is all - no mention of valve - The technician actual spent time explaining what the DVAS and SVHS was and that even though it is out of code I am grandfathered because of the age.  I actually told him not to worry my home warranty covers out of code violations and I **** have them look at it.

The was complete blowing hot air by 2200 hours Tuesday night. 

I immediately called home warranty as they have a 24 hour operation as I belived it to be something other than the refrigerant since no mention of a problem or annotated by *** *******

When *** ***** finally answered the phone informed of the situation as a courtesy.  At this phone they did not offer to send anyone out nor did I request as I did not believe it was due to there service at the time.

The second phone call was to inform them that the caps wore loose and it was wet all over the valve stem - I did indicate that this problem had occurred with Cowboys and the same symptons occured. 

However, I was not a technician and my home warranty would contractor **** take a look to assess what occurred.  *** ***** did offer to come look at it but ***** indicated there would be a service fee and if refrigerant had leaked that was not covered under my rescue club.  We debated over this especially if the technician caused it - he said he would at it into my file (schedule) so management could review.
I thanked him and told him I would call once the technician came out.

The next day the my home warrranty contractor came out.  He immediately discovered that the valve covers were not tightened properly and the valve stem was pushed in. When he test the psi in registered at only 2 psi. Not 72 psi like it should.

He took out the high side valve stem core.  The core was damaged whiched caused the refrigerant to leak out. 

I called *** ***** and spoke with ******* I explained the problem again and she said do not worry I **** have a manager call you in 10 minutes.  I waited 45 minutes and I had to call back.  I expalined the situation again and the young lady said she would send it out to all the managers so that someone would respond quickly.  She would not give me an estimated.  My home warranty contractor went to another location and asked if I wanted him to come back to add the refirgerant and fix the valve core stem.  I said I wanted to see if *** ***** would make it right first - since this is their contract obligation on the back of the form we signed.

A hour and a half went by and still not call the home warranty contractor called and I told him come on by and fix it as the house is approaching 93 degrees and I cannot go another day.  Oh and **** ***** still had not called.

The home warranty contractor and was gone in 20 minutes.  I was charged $475.00.

3 hours later *** ***** finally calls and basically tells me he talked to the tech and he feels they are not at fault.  I said feels - how can that be you all were the only ones messing with the refrigerant.  He got defense for his staff - I cut him off and told him this is not whether he did it on purpose or not.  I do not think this is the case.  Things/errors happen no problem just make it right. We went back and forth and he basically told me go fly a kite not our responsibility.  I asked him are you sure.  I told him - I did not threaten I told him exactly what I was going to do in order for him as management to be prepared.  I told him I would bring legal action.  This was not a threat but a promise.

Finally the more serious note is - *** ***** has also violated Texas Penal Code § 16.02 in which we will also be pursuing Texas Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code § 123.002.

I verfied this on 08/05/2015 in which at no time was one party consent applied during the recorded answering or when **** spoke to me.


******* *******

Business Response: It's very unfortunate that we're unable to reach a resolution within this process. But we are standing by our initial response and offer. We are always willing to work with a customer but cannot be held responsible for something we did not do, and something where facts are not matching up.

Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response because:

I am sorry that the company has not lived up to its contractual obligations.

They still have not refunded my "maintenance" fees either.

I will continue to pursue this matter in small claims court.


******* *******

5/22/2015 Advertising/Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: On TV the owner of this company offers free estimates on AC. When I called, I told the lady that I was looking for a free estimate on replacing my AC compressor. She was very freindly and took all my contact info. I then said again this is for a free estimate on replacing my AC compressor. She then asked what my kind of problems I was having. I told her my independent service guy said that the compressor probably won't last the summer. She asked if i had an invoice from my service tachnician and I told here no, I am getting estimates from multiple sources. *( Even if I had an invoice why would I give out that information. She said "I'll scheduale a tech out and the charge will be $89.95". I asked what "what happened to the free estimate?" She said that they must see an invoice to make an estimate.

Desired Settlement: Change their advertisement to say we give free estimates after You pay $89.95 for a tech to look at it. Provide me a free estimate to repalce my AC compressor.

Business Response: This matter was resolved directly with our customer shortly after his request for service and before we ever received this BBB submission. We ask the BBB along with our customer, to please rescind this complaint. 

3/10/2015 Advertising/Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: I saw your TV ad where you say service calls are $29.00 and you always do right by the customer. I called for a ballpark price to install a bathroom sink faucet. Before the girl would even talk to me she had to have my name, my address and my phone number, my personal information and I just had a question. She said to get that information someone would have to come look at it and they could do that in a few days for $89.00!! I told her I had looked forward to working with Jon Wayne but that wasn't going to happen. Why would I pay someone nearly $100 to get a price on a service that I could apply that $100 to? Most people are on a budget when they are trying to do a little home improvement. I just thought this was ridiculous. The girl didn't seem to be very concerned at all. Below this box you have a statement that says do not include any personally identifiable information but you just asked for all of that in step 1, plus I was forced to include a phone number to even proceed. That doesn't make sense

Desired Settlement: I don't want anything from you and I probably won't ever use your service. This is just for your information.

Business Response: Thank you for the feedback; this is something we will discuss with the responsible managers and owners of the company. Every job is unique and sometimes the diagnostic may be more complex, require special equipment or a special technician and we may not know this until we see the situation first hand. With that said, we agree that your situation did not fall within the category and as a result we do apologize for not being able to provide our service to you. We will use your case as a discussion point to improve our policies and our business practices.


Consumer Response: Better Business Bureau:

I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.


**** ******

1/26/2015 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

Additional Notes

Complaint: On November 12, 2014, my heater would not power on. I contacted my regular AC company, NE AC, but unable to make an appointment for one week. We were having a cold front in SA and needed heat. I reviewed the phone book and contacted Jon Wayne. They were able to come out on Nov 12th. ***** & **** came to my residence and inspected my system. They indicated the system was not up to code with need CO system, drain monitoring system, and flame sensing system. However, they said the unit did NOT need to be replaced although the repairs would be $3000 with a 3 year rescue club service agreement. The agreement would entitle me to free service calls, warranty, and annual maintenance checks. As a widow and senior citizen, I wasn't sure there recommendations. ***** and **** assured me this was the best option and my unit would last for several more years. Due to the cold front and upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, I trusted there recommendations. On Thursday, December 4, 2014, the CO monitors went off and I contacted Live Oak Fire Department. They checked my residence and determined there was a gas leak in the heater. When I informed them of my recent repairs, they told me to contact Jon Wayne and they would speak with them. The firemen spoke with the calling service at Jon Wayne and was told a technician would come by to check my system that afternoon. Live Oak Fire Department turned off the gas to my home. ***** from Jon Wayne came that afternoon and checked the system. He spoke to my daughter on the phone as she resides in NH. He informed my daughter and me, that it wasn't a bird or bird's nest in the ceiling pipe and still reviewing the system for cause of the leak. ***** then said my unit was in hazardous condition due to a fracture fault in the heat exchange system and the unit would need to be replaced at a cost of $7000 to $14000. ***** said they would credit me $2000 of the $2720 I paid to replace the unit with a ****** AC/Heater unit. I informed him I was did not understand how I had a crack in my unit which wasn't discovered on the 12th of November. Also, I already paid almost $3000 for repairs and the technician said I did NOT need to replace my unit. This left me very confused and still dealing with the shock of the CO alarm and cost for a new unit. I told ***** I would have to determine the best decision as I felt Jon Wayne already robbed a senior citizen of $2784.20 for unnecessary repairs. My daughter contacted NE AC the afternoon of December 4th and requested a service call with a Spanish speaking technician so I could better understand the issue with my unit. She spoke with **** who informed her *****s would be there on Friday morning, December 5th from 830 am to 10am. *****s came to my residence on December 5th at 9am and performed a complete check for gas leaks. *****s then completed removed the furnace for a complete inspection of my unit. He found no cracks or fractures in my unit. *****s turned the gas back on and performed another check for possible gas leaks. He spoke with my daughter and indicated there were no cracks or gas leaks in the unit. *****s indicated there was nothing wrong with the unit and appeared no repairs from Jon Wayne other than the installation of the CO safety system. I can't believe a company would take advantage of an elder person and rob them of their life savings. As a senior citizen, I'm on a fixed income from social security. I have high blood pressure and diabetic along with other health issues. This has left me in worse condition and scared to live in my own home. I do not want another Jon Wayne technician in my home. I request a full refund of $2784.20. I have all the invoices to submit. As for Live Oak Fire Department report, I'm still waiting for the copy but the Case number is ******** and I spoke with ***** *******, Assistant Fire Chief at ###-###-####.

Desired Settlement: I request a full refund of $2784.20.

Business Response: We have received our customers complaint, we will be reviewing all pertinent information with regards to their concern and will do everything in our power to resolve this matter directly with our customer. 

Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response because: We spoke with **** ******** from Jon Wayne Air and have not received a resolution or refund in the six calendar days as listed by BBB. We've sent all the documents and request a full refund.


******** *****

Business Response: We are still working directly with our customer's daughter to allow us the opportunity to return and quality inspect the work that was performed at their home. One of the claims is that we never performed the work that was agreed upon. We are trying to send one of senior managers to perform the inspection but Mrs. ***** (mom) will not allow us back to do so. We have spoken to the field personnel involved and they've confirmed that all agreed upon work was completed. We don't feel that our request is unreasonable since they are requesting a full refund. We would just like the opportunity to confirm what has been done at their home. 

Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response because we have not heard from Mr. ******** at Jon Wayne Air. When we last spoke on December 16th my daughter requested an itemized bill. Mr. ******** said this would not be a problem and requested we sent the invoice from Northeast Air Conditioning and Heating. NE Air Conditioning and Heating which is the company that came and performed a complete inspection of my unit. This invoice was sent to Mr. ******** on December 16th via email and he confirmed it was received.

Mr. ******** left a voice mail for me on December 29th at 11:54am. I was admitted to Northeast Methodist Hospital for several days and
discharged on Christmas evening. Therefore, my daughter contacted Mr. ********. My daughter returned his phone call on December 30th at 10:54 and left a voice mail for Mr. ********. This situation has left me stressed and in ailing health. I have several appointments with a renal specialist and this ongoing issue is complicating my health and emotional state.

Jon Wayne had incompetent technicians at my residence and overcharged for services not required. Then another incompetent tech sent to my residence and told I needed a new unit due to a crack. The technician at NE Air was at my residence for over three hours and completed detached and inspected my unit and found no cracks. As stated previously, it is still working without issues. I request a full refund of $2784.20. The only item placed in my home was the CO system. However, my daughter purchased one for $50 which I am using.

I still have not received the itemized bill although have sent all my information. Although this is to be expected from Jon Wayne Air.


******** *****

Consumer Response: Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response because:

Date Sent: 1/5/2015 9:32:49 PM
Complaint: ********

I am rejecting this response because we have not heard from Mr. ******** at Jon Wayne Air. When we last spoke on December 16th my daughter requested an itemized bill. Mr. ******** said this would not be a problem and requested we sent the invoice from Northeast Air Conditioning and Heating. NE Air Conditioning and Heating which is the company that came and performed a complete inspection of my unit. This invoice was sent to Mr. ******** on December 16th via email and he confirmed it was received. 

Mr. ******** left a voice mail for me on December 29th at 11:54am. I was admitted to Northeast Methodist Hospital for several days and 
discharged on Christmas evening. Therefore, my daughter contacted Mr. ********. My daughter returned his phone call on December 30th at 10:54 and left a voice mail for Mr. ********. This situation has left me stressed and in ailing health. I have several appointments with a renal specialist and this ongoing issue is complicating my health and emotional state.

Jon Wayne had incompetent technicians at my residence and overcharged for services not required. Then another incompetent tech sent to my residence and told I needed a new unit due to a crack. The technician at NE Air was at my residence for over three hours and completed detached and inspected my unit and found no cracks. As stated previously, it is still working without issues. I request a full refund of $2784.20. The only item placed in my home was the CO system. However, my daughter purchased one for $50 which I am using. 

I still have not received the itemized bill although have sent all my information. Although this is to be expected from Jon Wayne Air.


******** *****

Business Response: We've made contact with our customer and have reached a resolution in their favor and deem this matter resolved and closed. 

Consumer Response: Better Business Bureau:

I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.

This complaint was handled by **** **** and we were able to reach a desired resolution. We appreciate the efforts of BBB and **** **** at Jon Wayne Air.

******** *****

11/3/2014 Advertising/Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: Called Jon Wayne Plumbing at 7:00 am due to a failed pressure regulator in main water line to house resulting in massive leak and no water service. Offered me an 8-12 time slot for service. Told them I had a doctor apt at 11 and asked if they could come early in that window. I was given a 12-4 service window despite still asking about the 8-12 window. Received call at 3:00 saying repairman was on his way. Repairman did not arrive at 4 pm. Looked at crumbling pressure regulator and told me their price was $789 to replace the regulator. It was too late in the day to call another company due to their repairman arriving so late in day. Had to get water back on so I agreed to the price based on assuming this was the going rate with other companies, as the repairman indicated. Next day I found out from my neighbor that he had his replaced by Beyer Boys who charged $450. Many people in our HOA told me they had theirs repaired for $250 - $420 recently. Called Jon Wayne to complain about pricing that is double and triple what other companies are charging. Manager told me the cost was due to installing a new shutoff valve, new PVC pipe, and cover box - all items which the repairman did not know at the time he quoted a price. Manager at Jon Wayne told me "the girl in the front office has to make money, and the repairman has to make money, and someone has to pay for advertisements...." He then told me he would contact the city inspector to come and inspect my property, something none of my neighbors had to have done when their regulators were replaced. This sounded to me like a threat because I was challenging their pricing.

Desired Settlement: I will pay a reasonable price for the repair work. $789, minus a 10% discount for military, when all other companies are charging half to a third of that is not reasonable. If they will not adjust the billed amount then I would like something to notify other potential customers of their questionable practices - repairman could have come earlier since they were called at 7:00 am; it took repairman over an hour to arrive after I was told he was on his way; manager justifying price billed based on information found AFTER the price was quoted; and simply over-priced service.

Business Response: Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We have provided the information to our Customer Relations Manager and responsible managers. They will be in contact directly with our client to discuss his situation and work toward resolving it.

Consumer Response: Better Business Bureau:

I have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********, and find that this resolution is satisfactory to me.


***** *****

4/22/2014 Advertising/Sales Issues | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: In 2011 we had a "2.5 ton electric upflow complete" "5x5" or "sxs" installed for in a garage apartment $5000. No one lives in the garage apartment and we only discovered that the air condition unit was not working when my mother decided to clean it for me to stay in because I returned from college. Another air condition company looked at it and told us it was broken and that it was manufactured in 2005. I contacted the manufacturer and it was confirmed that the ac unit was made in 2005. So when it was installed in 2011, the ac unit and the furnace were already 6 years old, but on the receipt, the technician, wrote "new" for the age of both the condensor and the air handler. He also wrote "new" for the condensor and air handler when describing the work that was performed. "New" is not a description of age considering the units are already 6 years old. The air handler and the condensor that were sold to us were sold under false pretenses because the age of the products were said to be "new" even though they were 6 years old.

Desired Settlement: A refund of $5000 is desired for misrepresenting the systems age and selling the system under false pretenses.

Business Response: Under Review.

Business Response: Prelude: We've dealt with 3 members of the ********* family. Mrs. ********, Mr. ********* (Senior) and Mr. ********* (son, who submitted this BBB com plaint) .

  Prior to the BBB complaint being submitted, we made every possible attempt to resolve the *********s concerns fairly and amicably. From the time we received the initial concern on 2/20/14, we made several requests for them to allow us to return and evaluate the system. Those requests were declined on the basis that they already had another company out to evaluate the system and that company concluded that the system was "broken". We made it clear to them, that we couldn't move forward with any type of resolution without our own diagnosis of the unit, at which point they agreed to have us out. On 2/24/14, we sent out our Senior Quality Inspector, upon his arrival, Mr. ********* (Senior) advised him that we were not allowed to diagnose the unit and could only verify the manufactured date on the placard. We are very aware of the 2005 manufactured date, this is information that we have on file and even provided to Mrs. ********* when she called us to inquire about their system's warranty. This denial to allow us to fully diagnose the system was a complete 180 from what Mr. ********* (senior) agreed to over the phone, the point of the service call was for us diagnose the system and verify the other company's findings, which would then allow us to move forward with resolving their concerns. Once they denied us full access to diagnose the unit, our service man began completing his invoice documenting what transpired, this was not to Mr. *********'s(senior) liking because he proceeded and attempted to physically take the invoice from our service man's hands before it was complete, Mr. ********* (senior) refused to sign the invoice and rudely told our service man to leave. This was out of line and completely uncalled for, our service man still managed to complete the invoice and left a copy on the door. As it stands, we have yet to evaluate the system's condition and as far as we know, the system could be in excellent working condition.

  To address the focal point of Mr. *********'s(son) complaint, the manufactured date. The manufactured dates of system components have no bearing on their capacity, efficiency or warranty. A system's warranty takes effect the date its installed, which is registered and honored by the manufacturing company. The system that they purchased was brand NEW, out of the box and never used before. In an attempt to assist in clarifying this matter further, we had the Manufacturer's Regional Manager contact Mr. *********(senior) to explain manufactured dates and effective warranties, but they ended up threatening him with a lawsuit as well. As a company we stand behind our product and employ a culture of 100% customer satisfaction. In order to find resolution to this concern, we made a good faith offer to Mr. ********* of $2500 which was half of the requested refund. We felt that there was no wrong doing on our behalf but wanted to find a common ground that would hopefully satisfy both sides. This too was declined and they advised us once again that they would see us in court.

 As a company, we pride ourselves in being able to resolve any concern or dispute directly with our customer. Even when we feel that we've done nothing wrong, we will do whatever it takes to keep a customer happy and would rather take a loss than to lose a valued member of our customer base. Unfortunately, we're not in the business of refunding THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS (as they are requesting) based on the findings of another company. We've  fulfilled our warranty obligations with the *********s (2yrs P&L) and the system is still under warranty through the manufacturer as promised.  We've done our due diligence in attempting to get this matter resolved and although we failed to achieve a resolution, we feel that we put forth every effort to do so. We wish the *********'s the best of luck.

Consumer Response: Complaint: *******

I am rejecting this response because:

It is very concerning that Jon Wayne Heating and Air Conditioning does not understand what the dispute is over, despite numerous phone calls, a face to face visit, and a BBB complaint, explaining the dispute. The dispute is not over the unit being broken or the warranty of the units. The dispute is over the units being manufactured in 2005, which Jon Wayne Heating and Air Conditioning stated as being aware of in their BBB complaint response, but on the receipt, the age for both units was written as "new". Neither unit would have been purchased if the ages of the units weren't misrepresented. We are not basing are request for a refund of $5000 on another company's findings, because the unit being broken isn't the dispute. We are basing our request for a refund of $5000 based on Jon Wayne Heating and Air Conditioning knowing that the units were 6 years old, yet representing them as "new" when they were sold. The units were fraudulently sold by misrepresenting the age of the units.


*********** *********

4/16/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: New heating/air conditioning system was purchased to replace our home's old system in January 2010. We worked specifically with a Jon Wayne "comfort advisor" individual who came to our home and conducted what appeared to be, a thorough examination of the existing equipment and conditions. His evaluation and presentation led us to select a replacement system. With the purchase of a new heating/air conditioning system, we also obtained a "maintenance plan", and the comfort advisor agreed to install a new duct to a bedroom at no additional charge. Since the installation, we have had annual maintenance visits on Feb. 19, 2011, Jan. 27, 2012, Feb. 9, 2013 and most recently on Feb. 8, 2014. These annual maintenance visits are are best described as "heating and cooling tune-ups". During the 2013 maintenance visit, an optional suggestion(s) was made by Jon Wayne's maintenance technician to install a UV bulb. The maintenance technician on this year's visit (2014) also made some suggestions which led to an extended conversation about his recommendations. First he indicated that there was the need for the replacement of some "switches or sensors" which were partially "burned out". (Please note the the words switches or sensors may not be exactly the correct terms for the items that malfunctioned as the technician was describing. He said that five of the ten features were burned out and needed replacement). The technician continued in saying that the ductwork in the attic did not appear to be the correct size. He mentioned that there was fourteen inch (14) duct where there should be eighteen inch (18) instead. He further added that having the incorrect sized duct, restricted the air flow which he then linked to being the likely cause of the switch or sensor burn-out. He claimed that the "unit" was being overworked in accomplishing its' designed function. We (the customer) stated that Jon Wayne had installed the system and found it hard to believe that a professional company would install new equipment and connect it to existing sub-standard conditions without advising us. We recall questioning the original comfort advisor in 2010 about the original components and/or accessories that might be used with the new equipment purchased. The only ductwork that was replaced was to a bedroom at the southwest corner of the house. We were told that the rest was in good order. The maintenance technician of 2014 suggested that we speak with another "comfort advisor", since we were now very concerned about the work that had been done in 2010. In the meantime, the technician confirmed that he would have the "switch or sensor" parts ordered (covered by the warranty). We sent an e-mail to Jon Wayne voicing our concerns over these matters descibed above. A phone response came from "Tito" who would schedule a "comfort advisor and engineer to come and evaluate the conditions. In late February/early March, the comfort advisor and engineer came to the house and went into the attic and inside the home to evaluate current conditions. The results of the evaluation was not readily available because calculations and such had to be made from the measurements taken that day. These two gentlemen returned during the late afternoon of March 31, 2014 to disclose their findings. Our understanding is that there "were" deficiencies in the original installation and that some originalcomponents that were "re-used are not sufficient for proper performance with the new equipment. These gentleman from Jon Wayne could not explain why the original comfort advisor did not evaluate the conditions properly, but did state that the "new" duct work that was run to the southwest bedroom, would be re-worked (since it was found to be incorrectly sized) at no charge. Among the other deficiencies noted, was the fact that the original ductwork is not properly sealed at various connecting points, although the new equipment was tied into these existing ducts. These gentlemen also indicated that there were "air return" duct(s) that are not sufficient in carrying the air flow needed for proper performance of the new equiupment. Jon Wayne's comfort advisor and engineer had prepared drawings of the placement of the ducts within the atttic for this March 31st meeting to illustrate the current conditions and the "proposed" corrections needed. They would not provide us with a copy of these drawings or any written proposal, but we made notes as best we could. (Please note that only one owner representative was present for the March meetings). It is our understanding that the original comfort advisor is no longer an employee of Jon Wayne and some indication suggests during our recent discussions that he may have been careless in handling our heat/air conditioning needs. The current proposals for remedy in this matter range from a cost of $10,633.00 to $1,374.00 as described in six different proposals. It does not appear that any of the proposals adequately address the most immediate needs without including "add-on" features. It would appear to us that items should be gleaned from each of the proposals to address the most basic of needs without adding air purification equipment and upgrading insulation R-values that have changed. Even the comfort advisor and engineer agree that the ductwork is leaking at points where it was never sealed and that certain ductwork or returns are undersized. The offered proposals seem to provide a "piece-meal" approach to solving some of the problems, without all of the extras. A professional and responsible company would have identified any inconsistencies and advised the property owner in the beginning, but it appears that some deception was used to get the sale and the cost for proper restoration appears to be as much as the cost of the new equipment purchased in 2010. We believe that within the restoration proposals is the cost for "upgrading" to newer and updated components that have been developed recently or professionally prefferred. What's most unsettling is the fact that for four years now, maintenance technicians having been servicing our heating/air conditioning equipment and not one has noticed that the duct sections leak at various "un-sealed" connection points or that the returns may be undersized (with the exception of the most recent technician). We originally put our trust in Jon Wayne's original comfort advisor to provide expertise in proper installation of our new equipment. Now another Jon Wayne advisor suggests that that didn't really happen. What are we to believe? It is also necessary to advise that the the original "comfort advisor" was informed of our intention to expand the living space of our home to include the approximately 650 square feet of the attached garage. By intent, the attached garage was to be "remodeled" into living space and there would be a need to provide heating and air conditioning to that space also. We have not yet been able to obtain a suitable answer from the most recent comfort advisor and engineer, if the purchased equipment of 2010 was sufficient to accomplish.

Desired Settlement: All deficiencies pertaining to the sealing of ductwork, improper sizing of ductworks/returns including any enlargements of grill openings in various rooms to meet airflow requirements, etc,., must be repaired, replaced or restored per current trade codes. at Jon Wayne's expense. The switches or sensors that have burnt out must be replaced as provided for in the warranty. The ductwork to the southwest bedroom is to be re-worked/resized at Jon Wayne's expense. Since the new equipment has been identified as being "overworked" because of restricted air flow, etc., causing switches or sensors to "burn-out", and not originally discovered or disclosed via proper and professional evaluation of the original conditions, it is felt that the life of the equiment has been altered or reduced and should be replaced with new, and upgraded to include the attached square footage of the attached garage if necessary, at Jon Wayne's expense. It is also strongly felt that an independent HVAC consultant or other qualified trained technician, selected by the property owner, be retained to provide a full inspection/evaluation of the work requested in resolving these issues at the conclusion of any authorized repairs, replacement or restoration, at Jon Wayne's expense.

Business Response: We received Mr. *****'s concern and have already made contact with him. At this point, we will be working on a resolution directly with him and will be working diligently on reaching a satisfactory resolution.    

Consumer Response: Better Business Bureau:

We have reviewed the response made by the business in reference to complaint ID ********.  They have contacted us and a meeting is set for Thursday, April 17, 2014.  Upon the conclusion of the meeting, we will have a better idea whether we are satifsfied and the issue is resolved.

***** and ********* *****


1/17/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: i called jon wayne because the heat was not working in my unit.I have a two storie house w/flat roof,about 14`tall so i told the girl on the phone that her technition would need at least a 16` to18` tall. for safety. whitch he did not do. he was able to locate a dirty filter. that i removed. when retesting unit the heat and a/c was working although we were not sure why.since we never got to see the upper part where the heat pump is.latter that night the heater stoped working.and upon talking to tech at jon wayn now want 90 more dollers from me. saying for having to dispatch two trucks.

Desired Settlement: start by chargeing 29 dollers just as before.only please remember to bring.the proper equipment.16`exstention latter.and apply the 29 dollers toany repairs done.

Business Response:

After reviewing file and listening to conversations with the client here is what I've found.


Technicians Findings

Restriction fault in the heat absorption system, restriction fault in the indoor air movement system, microbial growth in the air handler, no UV protection, found a washable filter at the system completely restricted and customer did not know about it, could not remove filter unless the whole condensate removal system was cut out of the way. Customer did not want me to do that and he said he would do it himself, could not get on top of the roof where the condenser was because my ladder was not long enough, system is 4 yrs old

 While at the home we informed the customer we actually needed a longer ladder to access the roof safely.  We carry a 17 foot and needed 20 foot.  He declined the additional charge for delivery and cancelled the rest of the service call.  At that time we only charged him the $29.00.  

In conclusion we did only charge the $29.00, and we did bring the correct ladder.  The customer actually didn't request the ladder at all.  While our call taker was talking to him originally he mentioned the "heater pump" was on the roof at which time she asked if we'd need to bring a ladder and if so what size did he think we'd need.  He then replied it's new up there so don't think you will need to get on roof buf if you do no more than 16' ladder will work fine.   

We now have notes in the system as to what is needed to access the customers equipment so in the future we have it at time of arrival.     


Jon Wayne Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, and Electrical

**** *****

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12/17/2013 Billing/Collection Issues | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: My issues are lack of communication by Jon Wayne Heating and AC and price gouging. They refuse to break out parts and labor making it difficult to determine if their pricing is fair. They installed two surge protectors for $800 and these were $40 parts (same part from ******). However, my primary complaint was they tried to overcharge me on my credit card. I needed repairs and agreed initially to $2100 estimate but same day I chose another option, which was completed, for $1500. I requested a receipt for $1500 by phone and email but was unsuccessful. I waited for credit card statement and I had been over charged by $600.

Desired Settlement: My credit card company has issued a payment for the $1500 amount and is aware of my dispute.

Business Response: In response to *** ********'s concerns, we will continue to attempt to make contact with him, there is a no question that a refund is due, we agreed and charged his card for XX dollar amount, but he changed his mind about the work to be performed after the transaction was processed, which required a refund. We're currently unable to credit him back without his credit card information and that's all we need to refund, but have unsuccessful to make contact. We will make every effort to resolve this matter directly with *** ********. As an avenue to make contact, when he receives this response, can he please call me at ************ or ************. We'll respond once again after this has been resolved. 

Consumer Response: Complaint: *******

I am rejecting this response because:

I need to have business email me a receipt for $1600.00 for work which has been completed and was paid in full.  I want a copy which shows the itemized list for work completed:

1.  Install sensor into outdoor unit
2.  Install 2 surge protectors for outdoor units


***** ********

Business Response: Sent *** ******** the requested information. 

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