|Johnson Thermol Temp, Inc.
|A Full Service Mechanical Contractor
|Heating, Ventilation, and Cooling.
If you have a furnace with central air conditioning, then you
have a HVAC system. The abbreviation HVAC specifies any
system that provides heating, ventilation, and cooling. This
would also include heating/cooling rooftop units, and
systems with 100 ton chillers, an air handler, and a boiler as
well. Because HVAC includes ventilation, duct work or some
sort of air duct is needed. We only install ductwork that looks
and works well. Often, we have used (the more expensive)
duct-mate instead of slip-joint connections on the contract
jobs that we have done. We have often done this because
duct-mate has nearly no duct leakage and makes the duct line
many times stronger and sturdier that slip-joint connections.
Because Mr. Johnson has been in the trades for so long, and
has been an inspector for several years in several
communities, we has accumulated quite a few valuable trade
secrets that allow us to do truly excellent work on any job that
we do. And because these trade secretes took years to
develop, I won't be writing any of them down, but you can
have our knowledge work for you in all of the suddle ways
when you call us.