In 2012, one guy in a service van set out to provide quality HVAC service to residents all throughout Columbus, OH and the surrounding areas. This guy was our founder, Bill Brown. With an HVAC education from Columbus State and a bachelor’s degree in Management and Leadership from Otterbein, Bill worked at Liebert in field service and quality engineering.
His background and experience taught him that while other heating and air conditioning contractors give impersonal and unimpressive experiences, Paramount Heating & Air could be different. We have set out to redefine what you know as a service company. We know that when you call us, it’s typically an emergency situation. You and your family are uncomfortable, inconvenienced, and probably unable to sleep on top of it all!
Your interaction with us begins with our friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives, who will greet you with a smile you’ll be able to hear over the phone. From there, you can expect the following:
Your Paramount Heating & Air technician is equipped to address any specific concerns you might have with your HVAC service in any room of your home. We’ll answer questions about dust, allergies, moldy equipment, your ductwork, and more.
We commit hours to researching HVAC products, services, and best practices so that we can effectively solve any home comfort problems you might have, no matter how common they are. Of course, before we do any work, you’ll be presented with options--and we will only do the work you approve. Everything will be clear and upfront.
Above all, we want you to know that when you contact us for your HVAC and indoor air quality services, you’ll get in touch with local, reliable, and friendly technicians who are always willing to help.
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