(Coppell, TX) – Service Nation Alliance announced Lyerla Heating and Air, owned by Kevin and Kim Brady of Joplin, Missouri, as a winner of the 2021 Extraordinary Outlook Award. Announced at the Spring Barefoot Roundtable meeting held in Palm Springs, this award is given to only two of over 450 member contracting companies in the U.S. and Canada who follow and implement the best practices of a consumer-oriented contracting business.
According to Bob Viering, VP of Service Nation Alliance, “This award is given to a remarkable small contractor on its way to accomplishing great things. Kevin and Kim Brady, owners of Lyerla Heating and Air, focus on customers to make their lives easier and their homes or businesses more comfortable. And that is why Lyerla Heating and Air is already successful and poised for even more success going forward.”
Lyerla has been providing the utmost in professional and customer courtesy for heating and air conditioning services in the four-states area for over 20 years. This focus on the customer has led to Lyerla being named the Best of 4-States in HVAC for four years. And as Kevin says, “We are proud to be the jack of our trade.” With a jack of diamonds prominently displayed on their vans, they are easy to spot.
For more information on Lyerla Heating and Air and the services the company offers, visit their website at lyerlaheatingandair.com or call 417.815.4808. For more information about Service Nation Alliance, email the Success Team at serviceroundtable.com or call 877.262.3341.
About Lyerla Heating and Air:
Serving Joplin and Neosho, Missouri and surrounding areas, Lyerla Heating & Air is a Trane Comfort Specialist Dealer for the four states, helping thousands of customers keep their comfort high and their costs in check. From easing summer’s heat waves to turning away winter’s big chill, our experienced team treats each heating or cooling project as a chance to make a positive difference in the lives of our customers. We obsess about the details, so you don’t have to. Its been that way since 2001 and it continues today.
Bob Viering, Vice President
Service Nation Alliance