Cold Craft Vision and Purpose

Our Vision and Purpose...

Cold Craft Vision:

  • Cold Craft Inc. is a team of SUCCESSFUL people that have adopted the following VISION for continued SUCCESS:
  • To be the company that people think of first for “special projects”, comfort, climate and energy efficiency because of our technical excellence and customer care.

Our Purpose:

  • To be the comfort, climate and energy contractor of choice for the bay area.
  • We are a referral based business and we provide value and technical expertise to our customers.
  • To thrive, as an organization, professionally and personally.
  • To be profitable so we are still here for our customers to honor warranties, our employees to provide employment and our vendors.

 

Technology for Heating and Cooling Too?

Cold Craft, Inc. is fully committed to making sure that the temperature is right.  Whether comfort heating and cooling, wine cellar refrigeration, commercial refrigeration applications, and commercial comfort applications and ventilation that we have a trade mark pending on tempology and we have the trade mark for tempologist.

ac units-resized-600.jpgWe are confident that our team is more educated than our competition mainly because we have an on staff HVACR instructor from a local college and we hold weekly training classes as well as attend manufacturer training classes to stay up to date on the most current changes in our industry.

You may wonder, what changes my home hasn't changed? That may be true if you haven't shopped for HVAC recently but just as the auto industry has become more energy efficient, quiet and comfortable - the HVACR industry has too and the savings are more dramatic with HVAC than with cars.  After all is isn't likely that you drive your car the same number of hours as your HVAC operates to heat and cool your home.

Take a new look at HVACR you may be pleasantly surprised.

 

Lower energy consumption, quieter operation... hey who knew you could have this sort of comfort?

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