Thumbs up For Accurate Air

Greg Herda, owner of Vancouver Island-based Accurate Air and Central Sheet Metal, has formed a new team of former Torry & Sons employees

Accurate Air team

Greg Herda, owner of Vancouver Island-based Accurate Air and Central Sheet Metal, has formed a new team of former Torry & Sons employees to continue serving the Comox Valley.

“I’ve been really impressed with how Accurate Air was so quick to invest in our community, setting up our techs with tools, equipment, and providing service vehicles so we could continue to accommodate our existing and new customers, both commercial and residential,” says Gary Spink, 18-year veteran of Torry & Sons.

Each member of the new team comes with a wealth of varied experience. Qualified technicians Keanan Egeland and Joe Hertz specialize in all types of HVAC maintenance, repairs and new installations, with Glen Hilsden’s qualifications and expertise in gas and oil.

Amber Manderson at the front end takes calls, makes appointments and delegates jobs.

Spink heads up the team, designing systems, estimating, consulting with customers, and managing and overseeing all projects.

“I was surprised at the amount of calls and questions we are getting on air quality concerns over and above heating and cooling,” says Manderson. “Gary, with all his years in the business, always offers great solutions, ideas and advice no matter how little or large the project.”

More information at 250-871-5688 or gary@accurate-air.ca.

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