I transferred from the southern to the northern headquarters of my company a little over a year ago.

  • I knew that the change of location would be a huge adjustment for me.

I was accustomed to long, hot and humid summers and very mild and brief winters. The temperature never dropped below freezing, and there was no chance of even a hard frost. Moving to the far north meant investing into much warmer clothes, a snow shovel and an ice scraper. I was totally unfamiliar with the area and the weather and knew no one. It was difficult to settle in. I needed to find a decent grocery store, set up banking and get a new driver’s license. I started looking for a new hairstylist, dentist and someone to snow plow the driveway. One of my priorities was choosing an HVAC contractor. Because of temperatures down to negative twenty, record-breaking windchill and huge snow accumulation, the winters are a big challenge. Being totally unfamiliar with the operation and upkeep of a furnace, I was interested in the assistance of a professional. I did quite a bit of research. I was looking for a well-established HVAC company with a history of positive customer reviews. I wanted a fully licensed, insured and bonded provider with an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. I preferred a factory authorized contractor who could handle everything from duct sealing to indoor air quality concerns. I hoped to sign up for a maintenance plan and avoid added fees for emergency overtime repairs. The company I called fulfills all of my criteria and also includes free estimates and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.


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By Steve