At Furnace Solutions, we strive to give you the absolute best service and most up-to-date information about your HVAC systems. In order to do that, we make sure to only hire the best of the best from Edmonton's pool of certified HVAC technicians.
Having so many talented employees on our team means we have a wealth of knowledge both within our walls, and working in our customers' homes. With such an experienced staff, we decided it was time to share some of our expertise with a new blog feature: Justin's Tip of the Week!
Before we dive into our first tip, we wanted to introduce you to the man behind your weekly advice.
Title: Service Manager / Service Tech / Sales Rep
How long he's been at Furnace Solutions: Justin officially joined our team on June 5, 2017 — and what a great addition he has been!
Years of HVAC industry experience: 12 years
Justin is a family man, through and through — he and his wife, Toni-Lynn, welcomed a beautiful baby girl (Mackenzie) to their family in June. As you parents know, she takes up a lot of his time outside of work, but that's okay, he loves spending time with his family. As a family man, he doesn't know what he would do without the support of his family at home or his "family at work." In fact, he has said, "The team at Furnace Solutions has become a very important part of his extended family, and I wouldn't want it any other way".
In his spare time, you'll find Justin playing men's hockey in the winter, co-ed slow pitch in the summer, and camping as much as possible — rain or shine (and sometimes snow!).
A note from Justin:
"I love being in the HVAC industry because I get to meet new people. Getting to know my customers gives me a new perspective on life every day. Nothing beats the feeling I get when I can solve a problem for a customer when he or she needs it the most! Whether it be providing air conditioning for a customer when it's +30 degrees or providing heat when it's -30 degrees, there's a certain satisfaction in knowing that you made someone's day."
Stay tuned for Justin's first Tip of the Week, hitting the blog next week!