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Premier and rebuilding HVAC is building - - in Greencastle NOAER Premier An aniendering of what the new Pemier ituC bulding on South Winhinghon Stet in Gvencantie wil look le Earlier this year, Tim Stenger, owner of vations and be in by the end of the Premier HVÁC, was looking forward to year, but just as he was preparing to ramping up for the spring and summer meet with architects and engineers. season, which is typically a busy time. He was also focused on plans for relo- cating his business to a historic proper "we did a little bit of demolition work ty in Greencastle, which will allow him 1o expand ofice Stenger said he's also trying to head off future obstacles as well a few complications in the COVID-19 pandemic hit, bringing things to a halt terms of being able to source certain ye been them. Ma steadily on the my vendors talking to the major equipment rers had to shut down due clearing out the building and started taking a closer look at the planning manulacturers eand warehouse space. streamline operations and still include process" he said. "Tm hoping now that to testing positive for the virus. Due space for future But that was then. r contractors are going back to work to limited production we may be forced to prebuy most of our parts and equpment in order to ensure we can best serve our customers this season Needless to say, we're really hoping we can get back to as normal as what it will be going forward Now Stenger is right there with many manne, but irs peohaba timely push other small businesses focused not on us into the beginning of next year the long-term future, but the short- term. and We had a big year planned Stenger hening "We've certainly had our share of folks Stenger said many customers who had put their work on hold or those who realize they need service on air conditioning units may make for a said. "We invested a lot of time and money into the business and we were that wanted to cancel or postpone appointments, but it's been getting about. It certainly slowed things down better. I think people are starting to right on track when all of this came below where we were hoping to be Stenger purchased a 150 year-old building on South Washington Street feel a little more confident" Stenger busy summer. "We are typically busy, so to com pound that, it certainly creates a chal- (the former Greencastle Antique Mall with folks over the phone or just doing lenge for us, but we're trying to be as prepared as possible so we can accom- modate everybody the best we can Stenger said. "We're still pressing for ward, It's going to come alive. We don't intend on this thing keeping us from doing our work. We certainly have our fingers crossed, that's for sure admitted. "We've tried to do as much as we can in November. our work from outside and, of course. t's not exactly ideal, but I can see the we take all the precautions recom mended by the CDC and Department the rafters and open above that, 'd like of Health when we send technicians it to have an old warehouse industrial into a home to perform work. We're trying to accommodate the best v potential in it he said. "It's 18 feet to feel He was hoping to complete reno can During this very unusual time we have put a plan in place to do our part to help keep our community safe. First and foremost, we are going to stay CALM, PATIENT, KIND, and POSITIVEI Currently, Premier HVAC Services professionals are continuing to respond promptly to all service calls. Whether it be routine maintenance, repairs, replacements, or emergency support, we are available to serve your home or business. Practical Steps Premier HVAC Services Will Take to Keep People Safe: Stay home if we are feeling sick Wash our hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water. Wash our uniforms every day including cleaning our belts. Offer a warm smile and friendly greeting instead of a handshake Wear shoe covers and latex gloves in homes and businesses, Wipe down surfaces and equipment touched in a client's home with disinfectant. Wipe down door handles. steering wheels gear shift lever every day Wipe down pens, clipboards, tablets, cell phones, and anything eise passed between techs and clients. We can provide "Touch Free" service using email phone calls and texting We have masks on each truck and will wear them at client's discretion We are complying with all recommendations and guidelines from state agencies and will be proactive in our efforts to see that our team members and clients are protected. Premier www.premierhvacpa.com contact@premierhvacpa.com HVAC SERVICES 717-597-9900 The Experience You Deserve Premier and rebuilding HVAC is building - - in Greencastle NOAER Premier An aniendering of what the new Pemier ituC bulding on South Winhinghon Stet in Gvencantie wil look le Earlier this year, Tim Stenger, owner of vations and be in by the end of the Premier HVÁC, was looking forward to year, but just as he was preparing to ramping up for the spring and summer meet with architects and engineers. season, which is typically a busy time. He was also focused on plans for relo- cating his business to a historic proper "we did a little bit of demolition work ty in Greencastle, which will allow him 1o expand ofice Stenger said he's also trying to head off future obstacles as well a few complications in the COVID-19 pandemic hit, bringing things to a halt terms of being able to source certain ye been them. Ma steadily on the my vendors talking to the major equipment rers had to shut down due clearing out the building and started taking a closer look at the planning manulacturers eand warehouse space. streamline operations and still include process" he said. "Tm hoping now that to testing positive for the virus. Due space for future But that was then. r contractors are going back to work to limited production we may be forced to prebuy most of our parts and equpment in order to ensure we can best serve our customers this season Needless to say, we're really hoping we can get back to as normal as what it will be going forward Now Stenger is right there with many manne, but irs peohaba timely push other small businesses focused not on us into the beginning of next year the long-term future, but the short- term. and We had a big year planned Stenger hening "We've certainly had our share of folks Stenger said many customers who had put their work on hold or those who realize they need service on air conditioning units may make for a said. "We invested a lot of time and money into the business and we were that wanted to cancel or postpone appointments, but it's been getting about. It certainly slowed things down better. I think people are starting to right on track when all of this came below where we were hoping to be Stenger purchased a 150 year-old building on South Washington Street feel a little more confident" Stenger busy summer. "We are typically busy, so to com pound that, it certainly creates a chal- (the former Greencastle Antique Mall with folks over the phone or just doing lenge for us, but we're trying to be as prepared as possible so we can accom- modate everybody the best we can Stenger said. "We're still pressing for ward, It's going to come alive. We don't intend on this thing keeping us from doing our work. We certainly have our fingers crossed, that's for sure admitted. "We've tried to do as much as we can in November. our work from outside and, of course. t's not exactly ideal, but I can see the we take all the precautions recom mended by the CDC and Department the rafters and open above that, 'd like of Health when we send technicians it to have an old warehouse industrial into a home to perform work. We're trying to accommodate the best v potential in it he said. "It's 18 feet to feel He was hoping to complete reno can During this very unusual time we have put a plan in place to do our part to help keep our community safe. First and foremost, we are going to stay CALM, PATIENT, KIND, and POSITIVEI Currently, Premier HVAC Services professionals are continuing to respond promptly to all service calls. Whether it be routine maintenance, repairs, replacements, or emergency support, we are available to serve your home or business. Practical Steps Premier HVAC Services Will Take to Keep People Safe: Stay home if we are feeling sick Wash our hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water. Wash our uniforms every day including cleaning our belts. Offer a warm smile and friendly greeting instead of a handshake Wear shoe covers and latex gloves in homes and businesses, Wipe down surfaces and equipment touched in a client's home with disinfectant. Wipe down door handles. steering wheels gear shift lever every day Wipe down pens, clipboards, tablets, cell phones, and anything eise passed between techs and clients. We can provide "Touch Free" service using email phone calls and texting We have masks on each truck and will wear them at client's discretion We are complying with all recommendations and guidelines from state agencies and will be proactive in our efforts to see that our team members and clients are protected. Premier www.premierhvacpa.com contact@premierhvacpa.com HVAC SERVICES 717-597-9900 The Experience You Deserve