VIP HVAC impressed me during their initial meeting to discuss my project which involved removing a very old (25+ years) 4 ton Carrier condenser and relocating a new one (4 ton Goodman seer 13) about 25 feet away. Due to the age of my old system which used the old R22 refrigerant, new coils inside would be required and the associated new line set plumbing would need to be run. Company owners Anton and Hector conduct themselves professionally and were extremely forthcoming with information in regards to educating their client (me). Being a very technical guy I really appreciated their willingness to let me watch the entire process and explain any technical questions I had. From explaining the nitty gritty of HVAC operational concepts to specifics about pulling a vacuum and the tools required, to how every part of the system works, the main takeaway for anyone reading this review is that they are very transparent and I never felt at any time that they were hiding anything. This biggest problem most people have with ANY hired help/contractors is when you feel like the vendor is overcharging by leveraging the client's ignorance of the process, whether you are talking about Car mechanics, general contractors, HVAC, or whatever. Seeing and understanding what really goes into the HVAC project, labor and knowledge/experience-wise and accounting for the cost of materials (the condenser, coils, and all the other "small" things like pvc plumbing, copper, condensation pump, caulking etc, made me really appreciate the price quoted to me. In talking to Anton and Hector, asking questions and watching them work I can confidently say that they take pride in their work and are not motivated by selling you a service contract or up sell you on things you might not need. In fact, during our initial meeting Anton had quoted me for a new Furnace, (he actually gave me 4 quote variations to account for my future upgrade plans) but then during the installation of the interior coils that install above the furnace, he told me that he took a look at the furnace exchanges while they had the old ducting removed and he felt they were in good condition so I really did not need a new furnace anytime soon. Now as technical of a guy that I am , I really have no idea what a good or bad condition exchange looks like, but I am sure there are plenty of other less ethical companies out there who could easily take that opportunity to up sell the client on a new furnace or whatnot. The day of my installation was heavy rain in the morning and evening with extremely uncomfortable humidity all through the day. VIP HVAC completed the job without complaint and on time even with a slightly later start due to the weather (10:30am instead of the planned 9am). In regards to pricing with VIP HVAC, not only were they the most professional , transparent and trustworthy of the 4 companies (3 from Home Advisor, 1 from my own independent sourcing) but they happen to be the most affordable. I highly recommend to anyone that they at least meet with these guys and then make your own decision. I would be really surprised if anyone has a bad experience with VIP HVAC.