SPRINGDALE, Ark. - United Mechanical Inc. of Oklahoma City has established AirTemp Mechanical Service Inc. in northwest Arkansas. AirTemp Mechanical, located in Springdale, Ark., is a commercial heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration contractor, and will be the sole provider of Linc Service® in this market. Linc Service was previously offered by L&L Mechanical Services of Springdale.
United Mechanical is a full service mechanical contracting company which offers Linc Service agreements, controls and equipment retrofits and self funding improvements to customers in its respective markets of Oklahoma. These markets include a majority of the western region of the state, as well as Wilbarger, Baylor, Wichita, Archer, and Clay counties in north central Texas.
The establishment of AirTemp expands the company’s reach into northwest Arkansas. The counties serviced by AirTemp include Baxter, Benton, Boone, Carroll, Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Logan, Madison, Marion, Newton, Pope, Searcy, Sebastian, Washington, and Yell counties. Donohue Commercial Service of Tulsa, Okla., is also a part of the United Mechanical family and provides its service offerings to customers in the eastern region of Oklahoma.
“It is the goal of everyone in the United Mechanical family to bring a high level of innovative and professional service to the businesses of northwest Arkansas,” said J.R. Hile, president and general manager of United Mechanical. “Our purpose is to serve our customers in a manner that allows them to focus on growing and managing their businesses by eliminating the need to concern themselves with their heating and air conditioning systems.”
For more information on United Mechanical, visit www.unitedmech.com.
Headquartered in Pittsburgh and Atlanta, Linc Network LLC is the franchisor of the Linc System®, a business format branded as Linc Service for operating a commercial HVAC service business. For more information, visit www.lincservice.com.
Nov. 12, 2010: United Mechanical Establishes AirTemp Mechanical in Northwest Arkansas
November 12, 2010