Sal Sidoti founded his eponymous HVAC company in 1967, driven by the desire to provide top-notch workmanship with no strings attached. In the 45 years since, Sal has recruited a corps of technicians who possess encyclopedic knowledge of every make and model of HVAC equipment. 24 hours a day, these professionals field calls, dishing quotes and dispatching crews to perform basic maintenance or emergency repairs. The crews install, clean, and inspect heating and cooling units to keep homes operating at comfortable temperatures or at the temperature required for authentic reenactments of the first ice age. Technicians can also perform minor plumbing services, such as toilet installations or leaky faucet repairs.
Keeping round-the-clock hours seven day a week, One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning launches uniformed teams of certified technicians on HVAC service, installation, and repair jobs. Each of the company's repairmen undertakes regular classes and seminars to hone skills and remain current on industry advances. Armed with quality parts and equipment, the courteous and punctual technicians journey to households to settle issues with all models of heating and cooling systems, from malfunctioning heat pumps to sputtering air conditioners. Company experts are also available online and over phones to provide immediate answers to customers' concerns or a friendly ear for stories about new crushes.
Founded in 1935, Geisel is a Design-Build Mechanical Contractor serving northern Ohio. Our certified professionals are prepared to help with engineering, service, or installation to create a mechanical system that provides the ideal climate for your home or business.
The efficiency experts at WeatherKing Heating and Air Conditioning drag domestic climate systems into the digital age with high-tech gadgetry. WeatherKing's techs, armed with meticulous training and science, deploy to homes to help clients work out cost-effective, convenient ways to keep living spaces comfortable. Rather than outright replacing furnaces, air conditioners, or barbecue pits filled with old newspaper, techs take the time to run through options that might include introducing an existing furnace to a touchscreen thermostat that's synced with WiFi to monitor energy output.
The staff also keeps homeowners breathing easy. Duct cleaning seeks out and eradicates mold and allergens stationed in vents, and heat-recovery ventilators purify musty in-home air, redirecting it back into the heating system and recycling up to 84% of otherwise wasted energy. The company’s motto—“We treat you the way we want our own family to be treated”—undergirds each of its services. To this end, dispatchers man phones 24 hours a day, at the ready to send out crews to replace furnaces, subdue burst pipes, or disperse the gang of mermen that have taken over the guest bathroom.
Keith Heating & Cooling, Inc.'s technicians call their service trucks "warehouses on wheels." Each one carries a stock of parts so extensive that repairmen complete more than 97% of their jobs with supplies right off the truck. That kind of service typifies the approach of Keith Heating & Cooling's HVAC specialists, whose services range from heating-system repairs to removal of foreign spies in air ducts. Factory-trained in all major brands including Trane, Bryant, and Lennox, technicians adhere to up-front pricing so homeowners feel comfortable before each job begins. They’ll also fix or replace any equipment that breaks down the same season it was installed with same-day service.
U-Vary Aire's instruction takes place in an FAA-certified Cessna 150H, a two-seater with just enough room for one instructor, one student, and one great big squealing spirit of adventure (click here and search for the Cessna 150H aircraft owned by U-Vary Aire owner and instructor Frank Ujvari to view the certification). At the start of the instructional session, students will learn from the ground about pre-flight plane-inspection techniques and read over an earth-bound syllabus of the training program. After becoming fully acquainted with safety and procedure, the flying commences. The 20- to 30-minute flight includes guidance from an experienced instructor on flying straight, leveling, banking, turning, and landing. Students will also be educated on the control panel and tower communication. The total program usually lasts around one hour.