ABOUT US: Feldman Heating & Cooling currently employs full-time experienced installers and service technicians. Most have been with the company for over 8 years – one for 20 years, one for 12 years! We have one full-time, salaried, estimator with 40 years of HVAC installation and service experience. We pay our estimator on salary to ensure that our customer get the best pricing possible, which negates inflated prices for increased commission! The office is staffed by three, full-time, customer service professionals - one with us for over 18 years! Our technicians and installers are equipped with the latest equipment, tools, and technology to get the job done efficiently and accurately. The service technicians also have Apple tablets for on-site access to customer history and expeditious billing and warranty records. At the beginning of 2019, we added 4 new service vans to our current fleet of a dozen vehicles. We have been at our current location 1776 E. Main Street on the City of Rochester eastside across from East High School since 1991.
FELDMAN FAMILY BUSINESS HISTORY: The Feldman Family business in was started in 1911 by Phil Feldman and was originally located in Syracuse, NY. Dave Feldman, President, was born and raised in the Syracuse area. After pursuing an engineering degree at RIT, Dave settled in the Rochester area and worked at Xerox for 11 years. In 1985, his passion and upbringing drew him back to the family business and Dave revived the family business right here in Rochester. Ever since, Feldman Heating & Cooling has been building outstanding customer relations and serving the heating and cooling needs that Rochester area weather extremes demand.
HVAC technicians work on repairing or replacing different airflow systems. Different airflow systems that they work on can include refrigerators, AC units, and heaters. With the technological requirements of HVAC technicians in today’s world, the consensus is that – yes, you do need an education for these positions.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that malls in regions of New York State that are currently in Phase 4 can reopen.
Cuomo says malls can reopen starting Friday so long as the mall complies with certain measures, and has an enhanced HVAC filtration system.
New York State is mandating that large malls have air filters that have a MERV rating good enough to filter out coronavirus particles — or an air system good enough to do the same. MERV stands for Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value.