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Stark Heat & Air

Phone: (817) 633-2665 Fax: (817) 591-1451 View Additional Phone Numbers 1500 Central Park Dr, Hurst, TX 76053

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

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3 Customer Reviews on Stark Heat & Air
Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience 3
Neutral Experience 0
Negative Experience 0
Total Customer Reviews 3

Additional Information

BBB file opened: November 08, 2000 Business started: 04/28/2000 in TX Business started locally: 04/28/2000 Business incorporated: 04/28/2000 in TX
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Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation
920 Colorado, Austin TX 78701
Phone Number: (800) 803-9202
Fax Number: (512) 463-9468
The number is TACLA00007129E.

Texas Department of Licensing & Regulation
920 Colorado, Austin TX 78701
Phone Number: (800) 803-9202
Fax Number: (512) 463-9468
The number is TACLB00048372E.

Type of Entity


Business Management
Mr. Sean Stark, Operations Manager Ms. Arlene Brackeen, Accounts Manager
Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Sean Stark, Operations Manager
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Alternate Business Names
DFW Comfort Experts, Inc. Stark Air Stark Service Company
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  • 1500 Central Park Dr

    Hurst, TX 76053 (817) 633-2665 (817) 318-8273 (972) 633-2665


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Complaint Detail(s)

2/3/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: About 3 years ago I hired Stark Air to fix a problem with my furnace. They read the code and fixed the furnace replacing the capacitator. The unit worked fine for one season. When I hired them to do this job, I signed up for their 2x a year seasonal services, one for the heater and one for the air conditioner per year. The next winter season after they 'inspected' my unit the same issue began of it trying to ignite and run but would fail until it made up its mind to work. Their techs could never find the problem and/or they didn't want to find the problem. Then this past year I had them come check the a/c unit and do the service maintenance on it and they didn't not remove the unit screens and clean out the leaf debris. I decided it was time to end my relationship with this company. I contacted Stark and asked them to refund me for the seasonal checkup for my furnace this year as I did not want them to come back out as they were not providing good service and were never fixing my furnace issue. They are graciously refunding the money for the one seasonal furnace checkup that I didn't require. HOWEVER, I want to assure that I found a reliable company that repaired the unit. I was shocked to find with the new service and watching everything they did, that the flame sensor was barely connected appropriately as the connection fell apart immediately in the hands of the tech. Also there was a new black tube that had been installed probably by Stark service on the pressure switch. Come to find out this tubing was not COMPLIANT WITH LENNOX and Stark Air is listed as a qualified accredited service trained by Lennox and is on the Lennox list of providers on the Lennox website. When the new company saw the tube that was present they pulled it and showed it to me vs. the Lennox compliant tube. The old tube was 4x the diameter of what is compliant by Lennox. I am so angry at Stark. Although I do not know for certain who installed the black non-compliant tube, I can say for certain if Stark Air was sending to me Lennox accredited service techs these two issues would have been easily corrected and my unit running appropriately. The new tech found these issues immediately and since fixing I have had no problem!

Desired Settlement: I feel I should be refunded for three years of seasonal services on my furnace, i.e. $79 x 3; and one year of seasonal service on my A/C at $79 and additional monetary settlement for my time and aggravation over their services for the past 3 years. As of this writing, Stark and I agreed on one payment of $79 but this was before I hired the new tech that found the issues and fixed them immediately and the discovery of the flame sensor and the non-compliant tubing. Nothing I hate worse than a business trying to scam me out of my money by not properly fixing on-going issues. Lennox advised Stark could have called them at any time for help to repair if they didn't know what to do. Nothing is more frustrating than companies saying they are not out to sell you new equipment but to fix your problem and then be caught in a lie. I feel I should be not only refunded for the entire contract service but for my pain and suffering and I will be happy to accept a settlement of fair value and in my estimate $500.

BBB Response:

here are a few items regarding the complaint at Ms. *******’s home.


-          I spoke with Ms. ******* regarding the situation.  She stated that $180 refund would 100% resolve her concern with our service. 

-          We have cut a check for $180 and Ms. ******* should be receiving it shorty. 

-          Regarding the specifics of her complaint, there are a few things that raise some concern with the situation or what the other HVAC company told her.

o   We had not performed work on the furnace in question since October 2012.  That means over 1 year had elapsed since another HVAC company was called out to fix the furnace that was not working.  If that system was not working when we left in October 2012 that means the homeowner would have gone through almost 2 full winters without notifying Stark Air that there was a problem.

o   She states that she does not know if we installed the “tube” but another company told her it was much larger than it should have been.

§  If we did not install the tube we should not be held responsible.  We have no documentation showing that we ever installed the tube.

§  She felt that it was still our responsibility to identify it.

·         When we found the furnace not working, we replaced other parts and the furnace was working when we left.  On other maintenance visits, we found the furnace to be working fine.  We have no mention in any documentation of Ms. ******* stating that the furnace was not working.  This does not mean she did not say something to a tech but it was never documented or called into the office where it would have been documented in our system.

·         If the inside diameter of the tubing was the wrong size, it would not allow a vacuum to be created which would not allow the system to function at all. 

·         I also discussed the sizing of this tubing with the Regional Technical expert for Lennox.  He stated that they have changed the look of the tubing over the years but the inside diameter is what really matters.  He stated that if the inside diameter was too large, it would not make an airtight connection which would not allow a vacuum to be created which would not allow the furnace to operate at all. 

o   She states that the flame sensor was barely attached when the other HVAC company took it off.

§  If the flame sensor was not attached properly, the flame would not touch it and the system would not function at all. 

§  Even if we did leave it loose, it was in the proper place and was functioning.

§  I am not stating that it could not have been loose but in over 1 year on a 13-14 year old system it would be reasonable to think it could have worked its way loose.