Why did we start Air Innovations? Because of one single thought: every thumbprint matters. We realized that along the way many people have forgotten this simple, but true fact. If you are our customer, vendor, employee, or a new best friend we have not met yet, You Matter. We want to run our company with this thought in our hearts and minds. We wear the symbol on us so we may never forget Every Thumbprint Matters.
I started in the HVAC industry in high school. I have been working in the service and new construction for over 20 years. I started at Casper Tin Shop in 1998 and worked there till we started Air Innovations. I have been involved on residential projects with geothermal, industrial projects with equipment big enough you can walk through. Throughout the years I have collected certifications including NATE, universal refrigeration, master mechanical, and limited-tech electrical. I always try to better myself so I can educate my customers on the technology and systems that are here to better their lives. Technology I believe is here to better our lives and not hinder it.
I began my journey in new construction sheet metal installation in 2001 in the Colorado market. This led me to transitioning into the residential heating and plumbing sales and services. Trying to always improve in my craft I entered the HVAC program in 2003 at Front Range Community College eventually becoming an adjunct instructor. I have always seen the value in furthering my education in the field and to date have collected licenses in master mechanical, journeyman plumbing, and limited electrical HVAC. I also have certifications in NATE and refrigeration. In 2008 I relocated to Casper, Wyoming and began working at the Casper Tin Shop. In the Wyoming market, I have serviced and installed GeoThermal, VRV, building automation, boilers, air exchange, and poolroom dehumidification systems. I am proud to be a founding partner with Air Innovations, and look forward to continue to bring my craft to the Wyoming market.
I was raised in the HVAC industry having a father who has been in the industry for 35 years. I started out as an installer in Wyoming in 2005 with the Casper Tin Shop, becoming a technician very quickly. Through my time there I worked in their service department as the lead residential technician and eventually moved into sales building estimates and designing HVAC systems. During this period of time I received my Mechanical Journeyman, Universal EPA, LTD Tech Electrical certification. I have always pushed to keep up with technology and try new high efficiency products. This allows me to recommend better home comfort solutions and save our customers' money.