Fort Lauderdale, FL (March 21) - Rapidly expanding across South Florida, Air Pros Residential and Commercial Air Conditioning Services (Air Pros) announced it has acquired Fort Lauderdale-based Summer’s Heating and Cooling, adding nearly 2,000 new customers to its growing base of over 600,000 customers nationwide.
John Provenzano Founder, Summer’s Heating and Cooling
“We partnered with Summer’s Heating and Cooling as they seamlessly align with our philosophy of customers-first,” said Anthony Perera, Founder of Air Pros. “We are thrilled to have found a great partner in John and are impressed by his high standards of quality, service, and customer ratings. We are excited as John agreed to remain with Air Pros and have some exciting new updates to share in the coming months.”
As part of the acquisition, Air Pros has agreed to honor all commercial and residential customer warranties and guarantees made under the Summer’s Heating and Cooling entity. In addition, founder John Provenzano, a veteran in the HVAC industry, has agreed to remain with Air Pros.
“I have immense respect for Anthony and what he has achieved for himself and the company in a short period of time,” said John Provenzano. “I am confident that the existing customers of Summer’s Heating and Cooling will receive the best service and care they deserve from our expert technicians at Air Pros.”
About Air Pros:
Air Pros was founded in South Florida in 2017 on the premise of integrity, reliability, and putting our customers first. The company has quickly expanded to many metro areas within Florida, Texas, Colorado, and Washington, with more franchise partners expected to be introduced soon. Air Pros currently employs over 250 experienced professionals with 10 Service locations. For more information or details on franchise opportunities visit www.airprosusa.com
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