A longtime member of the Avery business community has become a part of a well-established climate systems organization from Winston-Salem. Avery Heating and Air Conditioning, which has been serving locals since 1971, and Logan Heating and Air, a residential and commercial climate-control company in business since 1952, have joined forces. It's a great fit: Logan's Scott Boyles and Avery's Finley Cornette share the same high standards and dedication to the community that have made their respective companies succeed. Boyles says he is glad to be a part of "two family businesses merging into one," and has kept the Avery Heating and Air brand name because "it is part of the community." He's looking forward to Cornette's active involvement in the business as it moves into this new phase.
Boyles brings to the operation a team of service providers who are North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certified professionals, with expertise in all areas of heating and cooling including energy assessments as well as solar and geo-thermal applications. As he explains, "Heating, cooling and hot water comprise sixty percent of the cost of your utilities," so the Avery team handles duct cleaning and other indoor air quality solutions and products to help you get the most out of your energy dollars. Boyles is also retooling the service infrastructure, with paperless invoicing and GPS tracking of service trucks. Technicians are on call 24-hours a day, seven days a week, year round.
The familiar Avery Heating and Air service vehicles are sporting new colors and can be spotted everywhere in the High Country. From Burnsville to Boone, Little Switzerland to Cranberry, and all the places in between, they have got it covered. And that's not all—Avery Heating and Air services Johnson City, Erwin, Hampton, Roan Mountain, and Tiger Valley, Tennessee.
Logan brings expanded services and industry certifications to Avery Heating and Air's established place in the community—it's a win-win for the customer.