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Re: Help Wanted with Mystery

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Posted by HeatPro on February 02, 2011 at 12:17:55:

In Reply to: Help Wanted with Mystery posted by Ed on February 01, 2011 at 19:46:48:

Boiler manufacturers don't have service companies to service boilers for the general public; they have service representative sales engineers that might inspect an installation and advise wholesalers and their customer service contractors.

So you might be looking for a service company. The relevant service tag would be an inspection tag done by the particular service company. The tag could be on any boiler serviced by that service company.

There can be several 'Comfort Air' companies in any area with extensions like LLC. Co. Inc. etc.
The county registries would have histories of companies that went in and out of business over the years with the same name.

Comfort Air is a popular HVAC name, as it is the name of what is done and books. If you do get such a tag and a name, it probably won't be the same company. Most HVAC companies become bankrupt within 5 years, as they are started by techs not familiar with business. Other businesses incorporate and then dissolve periodically as to not carry litigant liability, purposely to avoid search and find of this nature. NJ requires no licensing for the HVAC trade, other than general contractor, so might never have registered.

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