All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for HVAC contractors that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning Inc., the key to achieving and maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction is simple: take a comprehensive, detail-oriented approach to every job, regardless of its size. “We want to make sure every customer is happy, so we never compromise on the quality of our work,” says owner Gil Medrano Jr. “It makes us feel good to consistently produce such great results, and it lets our clients know we’re running a quality business that really cares about helping people.”

All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning has been providing services that improve indoor air quality for residential and commercial clients in Solano, Napa, Sonoma, and Contra Costa Counties since 2003. The company primarily focuses on installing humidifiers, ventilators and electronic air cleaners made by industry leader Bryant, but it’s also qualified to repair, install and maintain all types of HVAC systems.

Unlike less experienced HVAC contractors that give estimates over the phone without seeing the jobs in question, All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning provides a free in-home estimate for every installation and repair project. “It’s difficult to provide an accurate estimate without looking at the system because certain issues might be symptoms of other unseen problems,” explains Mr. Medrano. “It takes in-person diagnostics by a trained professional to solve most HVAC problems, and that’s exactly what we provide.”

Another distinguishing attribute of All Weather Heating & Air Conditioning is its commitment to solving its clients’ HVAC issues instead of trying to upsell them on new equipment. “Heating and air conditioning is all about air flow, and that’s where our expertise lies,” says Mr. Medrano. “Instead of just installing new furnaces, we take the time to diagnose ventilation and ductwork, which helps us get to the root of each problem rather than relying on selling unnecessary equipment.”