HVAC Professional Starts New Business in Marshall County

With more than 20 years of knowledge and experience in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) industry, Travis Quigley saw potential to start his own business. He formed All Star Air Professionals, LLC, also known as ASAP, in March of 2018.

Quigley, a former HVAC instructor and Department Head at Bryan University, holds a Master Mechanical License in the HVAC industry. The Master Mechanical License is recognized in nearly all 50 states in the U.S. In addition, Quigley has extensive experience in both commercial and residential sectors.

The business, based just outside of Vermillion in Marshall County, offers all HVAC services including sales, installation, service and preventive maintenance as well as one unique service that focuses on the balancing of air flow. According to Quigley, his firm’s air balancing service helps customers achieve improved efficiency in their systems, while enjoying the same room temperatures throughout their homes and businesses.

“This specialized service benefits our customers by eliminating the aggravation of uneven room temperatures and longer system run times, which leads to higher than necessary utility bills and premature system failure that leads to system replacements,” Quigley said.

The business offers military discounts for both active duty and veterans with “You Serve – You Save!”

In addition to Quigley’s own investment, the First Commerce Bank of Marysville and Four Rivers Business Down Payment Assistance Loan Program provided additional funding.

For more information about the financing programs used, contact NCRPC Business Finance Director Debra Peters at dpeters@nckcn.com. For more information about the business, visit www.allstarairprofessionals.com or call (844) 242-(ASAP) 2727.

This article appeared in the January 2019 NCRPC Newsletter.


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