K&S Air Conditioning, Inc.                                                    California State Contractor's License #483431

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    K&S Air Conditioning was founded in 1983 as a small commercial and residential air conditioning contractor.  Since then, K&S has grown to become one of Southern California's largest open-shop mechanical contractors.  Our goals are to provide quality HVAC designs and installations for our clients at a competitive price with honesty and integrity.

    Our in-house project management team has over 100 total years of experience in the Southern California HVAC market and has a vast amount of experience in commercial office, hospital and medical-related, cleanroom, restaurant, facility and retail work.

    Our field forces include sheet metal, hydronic and HVAC refrigeration piping installation, controls, start-up and maintenance personnel.

    We have engineering capabilities to design any type of HVAC system and can complete all necessary mechanical Title 24 calculations required for design/build projects.  We have AutoCAD capability and have a LEED Accredited Professional on staff.  Find out more about LEED at www.usgbc.org.  K&S is completely bondable.

        

    K&S Air Conditioning is also a proud member of Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.  ABC is a national trade organization founded in 1950 representing over 21,000 merit shop contractors, subcontractors, materials suppliers and related firms.  K&S and ABC are committed to developing a safe workplace and a high-performance workforce.  Visit their website at www.abc.org.

                                                                             

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 Contact Information

Telephone    
 
714-685-0077
 
FAX
 
714-685-1280
 
Address
 
143 East Meats Avenue, Orange, CA 92865
 
California Contractor's License
 
483431  C-20
 

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04/22/2009