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Articles Tagged with ''contractor profile''
No matter the means, there does seem to be a market for contractors who are interested in helping other contractors.
As the company celebrates its 75th anniversary, it is no longer in survival mode and is more focused on continued, long-term success.
Bolton said adding home-performance work has absolutely made his company better, helping build it to more than $2 million in annual revenue.
Not only do the Simioni sons keep their family business fresh, but the family’s insistence on keeping up to date with technology also keeps them on the cutting edge of the HVAC and mechanical market.
It’s Guardian Environmental Services’ dedication to its employees and its clients that is leading it to success.
Dallas Plumbing has found its way through many hard times and hopes to be around for another 110 years.
While turning a profit is very important at Applewood, the company places an equal importance on giving back to its community.
When Ken Misiewicz took over as CEO of Pleune Service Co. in 2000 he wanted to mold the company in a way that reflected his personal and professional views. Now, 13 years later, Pleune is rolling with a highly motivated 125-employee workforce.
Mike Agugliaro and Rob Zadotti realized something had to change. Their company was scuffling, and they were working around 80 hours per week. They’d finally had enough.
In the HVAC industry, staying in business for 50 years is considered an accomplishment. So you can imagine how proud the staff at Oklahoma City-based Spaeth Inc. is about its recent 100th anniversary celebration.