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Do you offer any service after finishing the work?
All materials and equipment installed will be guaranteed for two years from date of installation plus manufacturers' warranties.
What certifications/licenses do you have?
I hold 3 contractor licenses with the Ohio Construction Industry Licensing Board: HVAC, Electrical and Hydronics. I also am licensed by the Board to be a continuing education provider. I began teaching OCILB classes in 2009.
How many projects do you average in a year?
We install 15 to 20 residential jobs and 3 or 4 light commercial replacements in the average year. Servicing equipment and preventive maintenance takes up the rest of our time.
What kind of questions do customers ask you?
I am frequently asked how much efficiency is enough efficiency. Higher efficiency is at a higher cost and the fuel cost saving should be weighed against the initial investment.
How can we save money hiring you?
Look for the highest S.E.E.R. equipment that you can afford. Those initials stand for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating which is required by law to be on all equipment sold.
What brands do you work with?
We service all brands but on installations we stick with Coleman and York, two companies owned by Johnson Controls.
What do you recommend to know before hiring you?
What licenses are required where you live and do your potential contractors carry those licenses and sufficient liability insurance.
How did you get started?
I started working my way through Ohio State being employed for a heating and air conditioning contractor in 1968. I formed my own company in 1982.
What we may not know about you?
For 18 years, we did most of the HVAC service and replacement work for Fairfield City Schools. The equipment in the school district is quite diverse: from boilers to small split system residential A/C units.
What questions should a customer ask before hiring you?
What freon will be used in the new equipment you will be installing? The EPA is phasing out R-22 refrigerant and it is important that new equipment use the newer R-410A Freon.
What are you specialized in?
We specialize in the residential HVAC replacement market. We also accept commercial sheet metal ductwork jobs.