Cool at the YMCA

Mader, Robert P.
January 2012
Contractor Magazine;Jan2012, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p18
Trade Publication
The article discusses how Comfort Service Inc. and its owner Blaine Aldrich dealt with the YMCA renovation and expansion project in Deland, Florida. It states that Aldrich has engaged contractors in civic clubs whose members are prospective customers and business people. It says that the facility has ductless split heat pumps which are fully modulated.


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