|Hoch LLC is now offering HVACR service in N.E. Colo.|
|Written by Brenda Johnson Brandt|
After doing heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration work on the Front Range and in this area for the past couple of years, Ken Hoch of Holyoke is now focusing his business venture in Northeast Colorado.
Hoch LLC is his business name, and he takes pride in the service he’s able to provide. He set up his LLC last August, but is just starting to promote the business locally in order to keep his focus in this area.
Hoch shows his commitment to providing area residents with first-rate HVACR service and installation by earning his certification from North American Technician Excellence.
NATE is an independent, third-party organization that develops and promotes excellence in the installation and service of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment by recognizing high-quality industry technicians through testing and certification.
By passing nationally-recognized tests and becoming NATE-certified, a technician verifies they possess the skills and knowledge to perform at the highest industry standards.
Since the HVACR industry does not require technicians to take mandatory competency tests, many of today’s consumers hire contractors with NATE-certified technicians to ensure they are working with qualified professionals.
“Our goal is to provide customers with outstanding service for all of their HVACR needs,” said Hoch. “By being a NATE-certified technician, we know that our customers are in the hands of a skilled professional who has the expertise to get the job done right.”
Hoch is offering an introductory cleaning and assessment special, which is detailed in an advertisement in this edition of the Enterprise.
Hoch attended his sophomore year of high school at HHS and spent summers in Holyoke with his dad, Randy Hoch. He attended Chatfield High School in Littleton, as well, and has construction experience.
This past June, he was awarded a certificate of achievement from Johnstone University in Denver for successfully completing 140 hours of advanced HVAC technical training.
Also in June, he was awarded certification from North American Technician Excellence for passing the examinations administered by NATE. The certificate is evidence of competency in air conditioning as a service technicion.
Hoch and his wife Sandy moved to Holyoke four years ago. They have a daughter, Abigail, age 3 1/2.
Hoch can be reached at 520-4220.
Holyoke Enterprise January 10, 2013