For multiple years, I worked for a entirely large HVAC supplier. I was unhappy with the business ethics of the company. Many of our coworkers were not sad with their task performance or the cost to our customers. I eventually decided to start our own HVAC company, and I’ve now been in business for nearly more than 2 years. Although I’ve kept our business quite small to ensure more personalized customer service, I’ve gone from a single repair truck to four. I’ve also added for employees. I have a secretary to field calls, schedule works and handle all billing and paperwork. I have several fellow HVAC suppliers, who are all fully licensed and insured. My suppliers are also NATE- and ACCA-certified, which means they passed industry testing to demonstrate their knowledge and expertise. My entire company is factory authorized by more than 2 leading HVAC manufacturers, but to gain this qualification, we take section in training replaces, maintain all familiar licensing, and uphold a strict criteria for business practices. My company offers both residential and commercial services, including current design/replacement, retrofit, seasonal upkeep and repair. Every one of us further offer repair plans to help our customers avoid device malfunction, safety concerns and energy waste. Every one of us are well-versed in furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, central a/c, ductless options, high velocity and all makes and models of heating and cooling units. Every one of us also specialize in a wide selection of air quality accessories and complete range of HVAC duct services. My team remains on-call 24/7 to give emergency repair when necessary. My goal is to constantly satisfy the customer and maximize the return from their investment.