From an early age, David Gill always thought there was a better way to do things.

Today, both professionals and customers agree that he has raised the bar for all technicians in the HVAC field.

Born and raised in New Jersey, David pursued an education in the HVAC field at the Associated Technical Institute of Boston. In his studies, David successfully completed an extensive three year course on engineering, technical training, and theory.

In 1991, his skill and training led him to Southwest Florida. David continued to hone his skills as a technician and build a fantastic customer rapport, and, in 2003, he obtained his contractor’s license.

A short time later, David met Sean McCutcheon, whom David found to be an energetic and ambitious entrepreneur. Sean quickly realized David's talent and potential, and the pair decided to form a partnership. David joined Sean as vice president of Sean McCutcheons Air Conditioning and Heating, Inc.

As the head of our commercial division, David's New England craftsmanship combined with 17 years of service play a vital role in the company's continued growth.

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Shopping for best price or online only when looking for a new air conditioning unit.

Today most of us shop on the internet – it’s quick, easy, and usually cheaper than any store. However, sometimes attempting to save a few bucks can cost you plenty down the road.

The same is true for air conditioning. HVAC is expensive and it’s tempting to try and look online for a good deal. However, without the advice of a knowledgeable HVAC specialist, you may get a lower price for the equipment, but experience major consequences in the long-run with inefficient performance and replacement costs.

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HVAC Companies that offer to buy your old equipment or give you a huge discount in exchange for your old equipment

Don’t trust anyone contacting you out of the blue with an unbelievable offer for your existing, old unit and thousands off a new one. Reputable companies don’t go around promising free services or massive discounts. After all, they’re in business to make a profit. When someone makes you an unbelievable offer, you should maintain a healthy suspicion.

Be cautious of big discounts or phony offers that come out of the blue… if the offer sounds too good, it probably is. Always get at least two quotes before you buy.

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