Industrial - Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
At Johnson Heating and Cooling, we have a proud history of being on the cutting edge of the latest technologies in our industry. We value knowledge and are constantly seeking to better ourselves as individuals and as a whole. Because of our attitudes, ethics, and most importantly the opportunity and grace given to us by God, we are fantastic at installing some of the best HVAC and Boiler systems in the world, and doing so with an excellent attitude and high quality work ethic. Most of our business is done in the commercial and industrial market and we are definitely capable, willing, and highly skilled at providing our services to the Industrial market, and doing so at very competitive costs to the customer.
David Johnson Jr., the owner of Johnson Heating and Cooling, LLC, was brought up working on Industrial HVAC and boiler systems. David's experience dates back to as early as 1992, when he was only twelve years old. David's father, David Johnson Sr. taught David that if he wanted a material possession, then he would have to buy it himself, however, David's father did provide David with a means to make money working in the HVAC industry. Because David's father raised him the way that he did, David developed not only a good work ethic, but also gained much experience in the Industrial HVAC industry at a very young age. In 1996 David received his first HVAC license (ACCA certification for buying, handling, selling, recovering, and transporting CFC based refrigerants), at the young age of 16 years old, and began to work by himself on jobs.
"One of my first memories working with my father was when I was about 13 years old. My father and his employees lowered me into an industrial cooling water holding tank with a wet-vac vacuum cleaner and had me clean out the tank. It was a gross job because I got scum on my face, hair, and all over my body, but I'm glad for the memory and I think about what I had to do whenever I hear someone complain about their job". David Johnson Jr.- Owner of JHC
When it comes to heat production or heat transfer solutions for industrial purposes, we are experts. We have worked on a broad spectrum of many industrial HVAC related tasks, including oil coolers for Mazak CNC machines, roof-top units that keep factories comfortable, evaporative cooling systems used for processes, process boilers, tube heaters, etc. If it has to do with producing or transferring heat, there is a good chance that we've been there and done that. We have even worked with chemical engineers to design and install a system that was used to produce air bag propellant, which is a substance about ten times more explosive than gun powder. We have done work on shock ovens, and we also have our own State of Michigan licensed professional mechanical engineer, with a Master's degree from Wayne State University and a Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan.
The men at Johnson Heating and Cooling have installed and serviced hundreds of industrial HVAC systems, and have always left their jobs with satisfied and happy customers. When Johnson Heating and Cooling, LLC is called for service, our customers can count on us to be honest, fair, and skilled in our assessments and repairs. We always make our recommendations based on what is in the best interest of our customers, even if they own multi-million dollar operations. We never take advantage of our customers. We have performed work for big and small industrial customers. Probably the biggest reasons why we have been hired by industrial companies is because the person who hires us knows that we are responsible, skilled, and can be trusted to work diligently when not under observation. Our rates are very competitive and you can deal directly with the owner, so give us a call today!
If you would like to learn more about some of the work that we have done, and look into some of our references that are local to you, just navigate to our contact page and click on the link to your township or city. We have listed a few references from several areas in Macomb and Oakland Counties that are organized under their respective township/city and area codes.