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Air Force Heating & Air Conditioning Inc

1007 Shady Oaks Dr. Suite #102

Denton, Texas 76205

United States

Company Description

AirForce Heating & Air Conditioning is your local heating and air conditioning contractor that you can count on. We have the ability to service and repair all major models of heating and cooling systems as well as design and install complete central air c ... more

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Employment History

President

Force Home Services

Owner

Force Home Services

Vice President

Sebastiani

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Safety Guidelines for Homeowners when Selecting a Home Services Contractor

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"We know how important it is to make a homeowner feel safe when a technician enters their home," said Ron Strelke, president of AirForce. Hundreds of incidents are reported each year involving homeowners being victimized by home service technicians. "It's scary to learn that only a handful of all contractors actually practice this policy of conducting background checks and drug testing … that's why we feel it's so important to give homeowners a visual symbol that tells them their personal safety is not at risk when they hire a contractor who displays the 'Technician Seal of Safety'," he added.

The "Technician Seal of Safety" was adopted by AirForce to display its commitment to conducting background checks and performing drug testing on personnel. Like many industries facing a shortage of qualified personnel, the home services industry tends to fill vacancies quickly and with little scrutiny of candidates during the hiring process. That is not the case at AirForce. "We follow the most stringent hiring policies allowed by law," said Strelke. "We know our customers deserve the peace of mind in knowing that our employees are safe and the best in the business," he added.
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"When hiring a contractor to come into your home, most people don't consider their personal safety or the safety of their family," mentioned Strelke. "But we want to make sure that homeowners, including women who may feel uncomfortable at home alone with a technician, the elderly, or disabled, realize the importance of calling a contractor who displays the 'Technician Seal of Safety'. At AirForce, we stand behind the Seal to demonstrate how strongly we stand behind our customers and our community," he added.


"We know how important it is ...

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"We know how important it is to make a homeowner feel safe when a technician enters their home," said Ron Strelke, president of Air Force. Hundreds of incidents are reported each year involving homeowners being victimized by home service technicians. "It's scary to learn that only a handful of all contractors actually practice this policy of conducting background checks and drug testing … that's why we feel it's so important to give homeowners a visual symbol that tells them their personal safety is not at risk when they hire a contractor who displays the ‘Technician Seal of Safety'," he added.

The "Technician Seal of Safety" was adopted by Air Force to display its commitment to conducting background checks and performing drug testing on personnel. Like many industries facing a shortage of qualified personnel, the home services industry tends to fill vacancies quickly and with little scrutiny of candidates during the hiring process. That is not the case at Air Force. "We follow the most stringent hiring policies allowed by law," said Strelke. "We know our customers deserve the peace of mind in knowing that our employees are safe and the best in the business," he added.
According to IMI Data Search, a company that conducts background checks on potential hires, some industries experience a ratio as high as one out of four when it comes to applicants who turn out to have a criminal record. That statistic, combined with numerous incidents of violence against homeowners by contract workers, indicates the growing importance of hiring contractors who embrace policies of background checks and drug testing.
In response to a recent incident in Florida where a woman was killed by a convicted sex offender who had performed duct cleaning in her home, Texas passed House Bill 705 which requires an employer to run a background check on an employee before the worker could enter someone's home.
"When hiring a contractor to come into your home, most people don't consider their personal safety or the safety of their family," mentioned Strelke. "But we want to make sure that homeowners, including women who may feel uncomfortable at home alone with a technician, the elderly, or disabled, realize the importance of calling a contractor who displays the ‘Technician Seal of Safety'. At Air Force, we stand behind the Seal to demonstrate how strongly we stand behind our customers and our community," he added.


Ron Strelke President ...

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Ron Strelke President Air Force Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.


From the President

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"Your system works hard," says Ron Strelke of Air Force Heating & Air Conditioning Inc..

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Ron told us "System failures caused by dirt, as well as expensive repairs, can be avoided with a little preventative maintenance.
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"There are a lot of reasons systems don't perform at top notch," says Ron Strelke of Air Force Heating & Air Conditioning.
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Ron told us "Leaks in air ducts, dirt in the system - these things make your system work harder and less efficiently.
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That's what being in service is all about," says Ron.
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"The more your ‘sealed' home is for energy efficiency, the more germs, pollutants, and allergens it's keeping in," says Ron Strelke of Air Force Heating & Air Conditioning "In order to maintain humidity and temperature levels, the same air is continuously recycled throughout a home.
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Ron told us "You don't have to choose comfort or health.
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That's what being in service is all about," says Ron.


Our Team | Force Home Services

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Name: Ron Strelke

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