MEET THE OLDEST SON
Chad is in his early 30s and started working for the family business when he was in 7th grade during his summer vacations. Unlike his father, who went to school for the trade, Chad did not. He was fortunate enough to be trained by his father out in the field and has acquired skills in electrical, plumbing, heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration, duct design and air distribution, attic insulation and ventilation, and so much more!
Chad has ventured off outside of the family business, gaining experience in Title 24 and Manual J. Chad was introduced to NCI, which is the new standard of ductwork sizing and efficiency standards. This changed the way they could design each home to meet efficiency standards just by making changes to ductwork design.
Chad enjoys spending time with his wife. They love to travel and experience the national parks all across the country. They tend to take (2) 2-week road trips a year to go and experience the outdoor scenery. He enjoys going to the river, fishing, golfing, hunting, going hiking, and taking his dogs out in their 1988 Suzuki Samurai, and spending quality time with his family and friends. Chad and his wife welcomed a little baby girl to the world on July 15th, 2022!
Chad has said, “We aim to be a family-owned and operated small business that is well known locally for our Comfort, Quality, and Care. We want to build long-term relationships with our customers. We want to be a vital part of our community in positive and helpful ways. Our goal is to give back and to ensure we provide the most competitive, honest, and professional services around. We aim to bring back the traditional customer service experiences, always putting our customers’ needs first and foremost. We truly do care about our customers because we have seen and helped a lot of people that initially hired the wrong contractor and got left with a bigger mess than they originally started with. We may not always be the cheapest, but we will always be the most professional, the most efficient, the friendliest, the most educational, and the best option--plain and simple.”