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Industry Veteran Joins Ohio Heating

Originally published: 10.30.12 by HVACR Business Staff


Ohio Heating has hired Dave Scott as the new General Manager of the residential division. Scott—a state-licensed service technician—worked as a residential sales manager for 18 years. During those years, Scott developed a loyal clientele and a reputation for honest, quality service.

In addition to his state license, Scott has a North American Technician Excellence license and is an expert in air conditioning, air distribution, insulating, heat pumps and gas furnaces. Above all, his success and dedication to customer care has made him the perfect leader for our residential division. 

“I really look forward to working with Ohio Heating to bring quality, personalized care to our customers,” Dave Scott said. With Scott as the new General Manager, Ohio Heating aims to drastically expand our residential


clientele. 




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