Since 1949 we have always strived to exceed
our customer’s expectations by:
- Analyzing each customer’s needs and requirements to ensure total indoor comfort
- Recommending the best possible heating and/or cooling system to meet their efficiency and comfort requirements
- Providing prompt, courteous service with factory trained technicians and a fleet of bright yellow, well-stocked trucks… 24/7/365!
- Offering a showroom of Carrier and Lennox Premium Comfort products for your convenience and inspection
Note From The President
Some companies in our industry operate without a license and some fail to obtain a county or city permit for the work they perform at your home.These are sad facts that hurt the consumer and their property and gives our industry a sometimes questionable reputation. At Butler Heating & Air Conditioning Company there is only one way we do business with our customers: the right way with the respect and the professionalism they deserve.
Another important fact is that new high efficiency furnaces require more airflow than older equipment, which means more often than not, duct work changes are required. A new high efficiency furnace will not give you the proper efficiencies if certain airflow requirements are not present or corrective changes are not made. If the current air conditioning or heat pump system cooled your home 15 years ago, and you have upgraded your windows, insulation, attic-ventilation, etc., smaller equipment may be required, saving you more money in energy and equipment costs. As you can see, it is a combination of properly sized equipment, airflow technology and expert installation that provide comfort for your family.
I am very proud of our company and its employees. I believe that the services we provide you are measured only by your satisfaction. Being the proud recipient of BBB and Angie’s List awards reflects that reputation and mission that our company has set forth. Thank you for trusting Butler Heating & Air Conditioning Company for your indoor comfort needs.
Steven E. Scothorn, President