Celebrating 25 Years in Edmond

February 20, 2015 8:09 pm Published by
Edmond, OK

The UCO Jazz Lab | photo courtesy of Kool Cats Photography

For 25 years, we’ve served the community of Edmond with our commitment to timely, courteous service. We’ve done a little bit of everything in the Edmond community – commercial installations in the Edmond schools and the local Walmart, and dozens upon dozens of residential installations and service calls. We’ve been proud to partner with some of the finest home builders in the Edmond and Deer Creek area, working to keep new homeowners cool and comfortable.

In the two-and-a-half decades we’ve worked in the area, we’ve seen Edmond transform – much like Oklahoma City, Edmond has grown tremendously since the early 1990s.

Major news outlets have called Edmond a “perfect suburb” and one of the nation’s best places to live. All three high schools in the Edmond Public Schools were ranked in the top ten Oklahoma schools, and the city’s elementary schools routinely earn A+ grades.

Every year, we’ve seen Edmond’s LibertyFest grow into the one of the country’s top Independence Day celebrations (as named by CNN and USA Today), and we saw the development and opening of the UCO Jazz Lab in 2000. In 25 years, we’ve seen the transformation of Oak Tree National into the first-rate golf course, including consistent rankings in the top 100 courses in the country, and its 2014 hosting of the Senior Open.

What does all of this mean? What it means to us is that we’re proud to have been a part of Edmond’s growth. As one of the fastest-growing communities in the state, Edmond attracts a lot of service companies vying for the attention of city’s residents. We’re honored to have been entrusted by both businesses and homeowners across the city to keep their HVAC systems up and running.

Our fleet of trucks and expert service technicians are always available in Edmond. Call us today for fast, friendly, and courteous service.


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