Conditioned Air Corp. of Naples, Fla., was named the residential winner of the ACCA’s 2010 Contractors of the Year program.
Conditioned Air Corp. of Naples,
Fla., was named the residential
winner of the ACCA’s 2010 Contractors of the Year program. The winner was
announced March 7 at the opening general session of the ACCA's 42nd Annual
Conference and Indoor Air Expo held in Tampa,
year’s Contractors of the Year program finalists were all notable contracting
businesses with unique approaches to serving their customers, and we are
pleased to recognize Conditioned Air as the winner,” said Paul T.
Stalknecht, president and CEO of the Air
Conditioning Contractors of America. “Conditioned Air transcends the HVACR
industry and functions as a true business with a disciplined approach to
decision making and company-wide buy-in to its value
Led by Theo Etzel, CEO and president, and his
management team, Conditioned Air has grown its annual revenue by about $15
million since he took the reins in 1995. According to the ACCA, disciplined
decision making and open-book management, has helped Conditioned Air to swiftly
adjust to changing market conditions.
Other finalists this
year for the residential Contractor of the Year award included A Good Neighbor
Heating & Cooling of Middlebury, Ind.; and Service Legends of Des
Moines, Iowa. The commercial Contractor of the Year winner will be announced on
Tuesday, March 9.
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