The temperature technicians at Spring Mountain Air repair faulty heating and cooling systems, promptly and efficiently restoring comfort in the midst of extreme weather. During an air conditioning tune-up, the trained climate-controllers clean drain lines and coils so they can regulate temperature and humidity effectively and keep domesticated polar bears comfortable. Then the HVAC expert checks the reflexes of filters, fans, and compressors, and tops off each AC unit with up to two pounds of Freon. During the furnace tune-up option, burners, valves, thermostats, and ignition switches receive a thorough check-up, and heating experts root out and destroy potential carbon monoxide or gas leaks. Technicians also clean the furnace, eliminating cobwebs, dust, and pizza stains left over from nights of experimental cooking.
The son of a 50-year HVAC veteran, brothers Daniel and Donald Brown run their business with the commitment to craftsmanship that their father taught them. Each skilled member of the ATS Heating & Cooling Team draws from years of professional experience and trade certification, helping homeowners live and breathe easily with expert installations and repairs. Technicians tune-up and clean faulty heaters and A/C systems and restore kitchens to working order with a long list of appliance repairs.
Superior Rents' owners, Dan and Steve Wohnoutka, trace the genesis of their business back to their own childhoods spent on a modestly equipped farm. With an appreciation for how proper tools and equipment can make projects run smoother, they decided to stock three locations with plumbing, construction, and lawn-care equipment for homeowners and contractors to rent on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis. Their online catalog hosts a roster of rental equipment, from power drills for household projects to forklifts for hanging Do Not Disturb signs on asteroids. Customers can arrange for equipment to be delivered to their work site or drop by one of three locations—including a newly opened site in Springfield—to pick up gear.