Angell Aire

Award Winning Angell Aire Service Team

The Award winning Angell Aire Service team is managed by Phil Angell is the son of Craig Angell.  After finishing a marketing degree from Nebraska Omaha, Phil became the service manager for Angell Aire.  Phil is the contact point for all installations and service repairs.  He will find a way to schedule a repair or installation that fits with your needs. Phil lives with his wife in Farmington, Mn.

 

Award winning Angell Aire Service Team

Jason Piche has 16 years of HVAC technical work in the area of service repairs and installations of furnace and air conditioning systems.  As a former HVAC business owner, Jason understands the need to     service customers to make sure their needs are met on budget and on time.  Jason lives with his family in Belle Plaine,MN.

 

Angell Aire Service Team

Jeremy Anderson has 15 years of HVAC experience and is fully certified to work on HVAC services and installations.  Jeremy lives with his wife and family in Lakeville, Mn.

 

 

Mark Flickinger has been with Angell Aire since the company opened.  Mark is a resident Boiler expert at Angell Aire.  He specializes in radiant floor heat and installation of boilers and mini boilers. Mark has been in heating and cooling business for over 35 years, working in his father’s business while growing up.  Mark is NATE and EPA  certified and can service all makes and models of HVAC equipment.  Mark lives with his wife in Jordon.

 

In every business, there is always one person who provides the glue for all of the business activities.  Kay Horrmann is that person in Angell Aire.  She answers the phone; processes customer billings, completes the paper work for customer rebates and credits; and does many other tasks to help create loyal Angell Aire customers.  Kay lives with her husband in Apple Valley, Mn.

 

One thought on “Award Winning Angell Aire Service Team

  1. Bernard Raidt

    I would like our heating system serviced for the winter – but more than that, I would like to understand how the systems work and work together. I have forced air (2 furnaces), in floor heating in part of the house (not quite sure where), a Fan Tech air to air exchanger, and some sort of Bryant humidifier system. I would like a technician out who can instruct me in the proper operation of these systems to be able to maximize efficiency and comfort!

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