Brooks graduated from UTI HVAC Training, receiving a HVAC technician Associate’s degree in HVAC in 2004. We will provide you with free estimates so you know what the cost of services will be ahead of time. We also offer affordable maintenance programs for our customers. Taking care of your needs doesn’t have to be expensive or frustrating. When you call us we make sure you are taken care of and completely satisfied. Your home or business needs will be assessed and everything will be explained to you so you feel comfortable with the plan of action and everything involved with that plan. If you have any questions or concerns we will address them; you should feel as if you are well informed and on the same page as the company you hire and we understand this.
Brooks’ Comfort Zone takes a special interest in every customer and we are dedicated to providing you with excellence and value. Whether you need heating and/or cooling services for your home or business, we can help you with the installation, maintenance and servicing of your units. We also install a variety of heat pumps, gas and propane furnaces, ductless splits and gas and propane generators with affordable prices and incredible warranties.
When you require assistance, installation, or maintenance of your system, the last thing you need to worry about is dealing with subpar service. Luckily, you have found us and this is your first step to getting the care and service you deserve from an experienced, professional and prompt technician who will take the time to hear your concerns and address your issues.
If you have any questions or would like to talk about how we can best care for your needs, feel free to email me or call me. Brooks’ Comfort Zone, LLC.
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade in Kitsap County and service Bainbridge Island, Belfair, Bremerton, Jefferson County, Kitsap County, Mason County, Port Hadlock, Port Orchard, Port Townsend, Poulsbo, Shelton, Silverdale.
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