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What makes a great Sunnyside HVAC contractor?

HVAC Contractors are a unique group of professionals, and we work in unique environments. We come into people’s homes or their places of business, installing and repairing systems that are an integral part of their everyday lives. And at times, we mistakenly even make a loud noise or two on the job site. Sorry, we really are trying to be quiet!

All kidding aside, choosing a reputable company is an important decision, and one that shouldn’t be made on a whim. As a result, we would recommend the following questions be at the top of your mind when choosing your next HVAC contractor:

  • How many years has the company been in business? Are they well known? Would a close friend or family member recommend them?
  • Do they offer multiple services, or do they only have one narrow skill set?
  • Do they stand behind their work? What kinds of warranties do they provide?
  • Do they offer 24-hour service, in the event of an inevitable late night emergency?
  • Do they have any retail visibility, where you can get your questions answered during a live, face-to-face conversation?

Campbell and Company offers full-service residential and commercial HVAC and electrical work, custom sheet metal fabrication, and we also operate an unrivaled retail Fireplace Center.

Originally founded as a settlement in 1893, Sunnyside’s name was penned by W.H. Cline Granger, who was engaged in the construction of the nearby Sunnyside Canal. That same year, the population shrunk to seven families after the canal was foreclosed upon by creditors. Repopulated by the German Baptist Progressive Brethren in 1898, Sunnyside was officially incorporated in 1902, and had a total of 314 residents, which has swelled to over 13,000 as of the year 2000. The town is best known for its annual Lighted Farm Implement Parade, as well as the delicious (and somewhat zany) Darigold cheese factory.

Whatever residents of Sunnyside may need, Campbell and Company has you covered.

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