Burton A/C Heating Plumbing & More enjoys a solid reputation in the Omaha area. Burton consistently maintains a customer-first culture within the company. “The only way we can be customer service driven and provide the best service in town is to have our staff be the best,” says Mark Evans, president.
Drain technician Nick Schreck knew it was the company for him based on this reputation. “I always heard it was a great place to work for,” he says. “It’s family oriented for both employees and customers.” Schreck adds that Burton places great importance upon friendly, experienced technicians. “They hand-pick candidates based on their experience.”
It’s no wonder that a company that places so much emphasis on recruiting and retaining the most qualified employees thrives. Burton stresses integrity and honesty to their technicians, and they appreciate and honor the positive reputation they have built as a locally-owned company. Evans adds that Burton takes the time to “hire the best and train, train, train!”
Employee Dave Stafford agrees. Relatively new to the professional staff at Burton, he quickly realized that there is something different about Burton compared to other companies he’s worked with. “We always have the opportunity to learn something new,” he says. “I’ve worked for other companies and never had so many opportunities for training.”
An exceptionally well-trained staff alongside a corporate culture of always putting the customer first is why Burton enjoys such a solid reputation in the Omaha area. Technicians are taught to take the time to really listen to customers’ concerns and to get it right the first time. Technicians treat customers and their homes with respect and work diligently to solve heating, air conditioning, and/or plumbing issues. That’s why Omaha prefers award-winning, locally owned Burton over any other heating, air conditioning, and plumbing company.
Burton A/C Heating Plumbing & More
5010 F St.
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