HVAC firm John C. Flood, Inc., Alexandria, VA, has acquired Ronnie Outlaw LC, also of Arlington. In a news release, John C. Flood sources claim the newly-combined venture will provide the same quality of heating and air conditioning services that Ronnie Outlaw LC customers have come to expect, with some new services.
"By acquiring Ronnie's business, we plan to ensure that his customers are provided with the same excellent and reliable service that they have come to expect. We are also excited about the opportunity to offer a wider range of services to Ronnie's customer base," says James L. Seltzer, president, John C. Flood, Inc. Additional services now include plumbing, electrical, bathroom and kitchen remodeling, water main and sewer drain services, water heaters, sump pumps, and more.
John C. Flood, Inc.'s entire field technician team is certified by North American Technician Excellence (NATE).
With the acquisition, the Ronnie Outlaw company circles back to its beginnings. Outlaw was a veteran technician and employee of John C. Flood for many years, before starting his HVAC business in 1995. Outlaw grew his customer base into the hundreds, thanks to a reputation of quality and reliable HVAC service, says John C. Flood, Inc.
John C. Flood Inc.'s has provided HVAC, plumbing, and electrical services to the Metro DC, Northern Virginia and Maryland areas for more than 100 years. The company operates more than 50 service vehicles, and logs about 50,000 jobs per year. John C. Flood, Inc. was included in the Washington Post's "The Best of Service Alley 2011," in the HVAC category.
The company's entire field technician team is certified by North American Technician Excellence (NATE).