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    Alpine Mechanical

    Anyone have any experience with this company(they service the retail industry)? Any honest info would be greatly appreciated. It would be for the PA/NJ/NY tri-state area.
    You have to pay your due's before you pay the rent!

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    Your looking again?? Good luck buddy.. Get back into the commercial stuff.
    I seen their trucks once or twice but thats about all the helpful advice I have lol..
    Gotta have the right tool for the job!

    Where is all the stuff MADE IN THE USA?

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    Alpine is a good outfit to work for, haven't work for them but guys I've met at the parts counter seems to like it there.

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    I'm technically not looking again, but when I spoke with them I shot high and they didn't flinch. Plus they have some things in their benefits package that I currently don't have. But at the same time, I'm not going to make any knee jerk decisions. Just want to hear it from people in the know...
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    Tried to send you a pm but you have it disabled. My contact info is in my profile. Get a hold of me we can discuss whatever you like.

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    i run into ppl from that outfit now & again on mall roofs & also know a few that worked there. they say its a decent outfit to work for & from what I've gathered there are more pros then cons.

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    What states are they in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by norton2000 View Post
    What states are they in?
    all long the east coast, NYS to Florida
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    CT, MA,RI, NJ, PA, MD, VA, DC, FL

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    Quote Originally Posted by n-e-w Jerz! View Post
    Anyone have any experience with this company(they service the retail industry)? Any honest info would be greatly appreciated. It would be for the PA/NJ/NY tri-state area.
    They are the remaining large splinter of the Four Seasons breakup of several years ago. The other large splinter was Tradewinds, but they were gobbled up by Lennox NAS.

    I see them using the Service Assistant frequently. Probably a good tool for verifying op specs for utility efficiency accounting programs, and a big help to new guys who need something to tell them what's wrong.
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    Pretty much, but we don't operate in NY or the Carolina's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post

    I see them using the Service Assistant frequently. Probably a good tool for verifying op specs for utility efficiency accounting programs, and a big help to new guys who need something to tell them what's wrong.
    It is used for utility rebates but is NOT a diagnostics tool for use by "new guys who need something to tell them what's wrong"

    If you'd ever handled one you would know first hand its the last thing you want to hand an uneducated service tech.


    I'll be the first to admit we have our problems like every company, but I'd appreciate it if you didn't insinuate our guys were idiots. There is a reason we don't hire anyone without at least five years of commercial experience.

    NJ...if you'd like additional information feel free to email or pm me. I'll give you my cell there if you'd like.

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    Sounds like I struck a nerve.

    I don't know you, but I DO know the two guys that created the service assistant, and I can tell you that it was designed to allow a less than expert technician to better understand what is going on in a given system. For me, that says "new guy."

    We have one because some clients require the utility verification process. It is used by our tech who is right out of school. So, you can take that for what it's worth. No slam intended.

    Frankly, it's not a bad idea for a tech to have more info.
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