Propane And Natural Gas in Berkeley Springs, WV

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1. Blue Flame Inc

1834 Cold Run Valley RdBerkeley Springs, WV 25411

(304) 258-3495

We recently had BlueFlame run a new gas line from the existing one in our crawlspace and while the work was satisfactory the cost was not. Having u…

2. Columiba Gas Transmission Corp

210 Harrisburg RdArtemas, PA 17211

(814) 784-5142

3. R.M. Roach & Sons, Inc

BBB Rating: A+

333 E John StMartinsburg, WV 25401

(304) 262-4195

4. Roach Energy

333 E John StMartinsburg, WV 25401

(304) 263-3329

We moved into a new home, and have an oil tank. Neither of us had any experience with this sort of heating, so we were very naive and we did not kee…

5. Roach Oil Co

333 E John StMartinsburg, WV 25401

(304) 263-3329

6. Mountaineer Gas Co

11903 Hanging Rock RdClear Spring, MD 21722

(301) 842-3983
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Blue Flame Inc
David A. rated

We recently had BlueFlame run a new gas line from the existing one in our crawlspace and while the work was satisfactory the cost was not. Having used Blueflame before I trusted their proposal to be realistic and fair and not a ripoff. Sadly I was quite mistaken. The proposal was for $215 in labor and $313 in materials. When the estimator was here I asked how long it would take and how many people. He said two people about two hours. Well the job only took one guy about an hour. And as for the materials a quick google search showed they could be procured for well below $100. When I called Blue Flame to discuss the cost I was told there was nothing they could do and I would need to pay the full amount. I'm sharing my experience so others will think twice before using Blue Flame. If you do I suggest you ask for an itemized breakout so you can determine if the estimated hours and materials are reasonable. In hindsight I believe this job should have cost me around $200 and not the $559.73 I ultimately ended up paying.