Apple Comfort’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning® Executives

Apple Comfort's Executives

Rodney-for-web Rodney Freed - President - Rodney formed Apple Comfort Services, Inc., in 1997. Prior to 1997, Rodney had 16 years experience in heating and air conditioning throughout Bucks County and Montgomery County, PA.  Rodney grew up in Doylestown, he and his wife Jane have two daughters and two grandchildren. Rodney is EPA certified, NATE certified and is a certified Comfort Advisor. Andrew-for-web

Andrew McDermott - General Manager -  Andrew has 30 years experience in HVAC as a technician, manager and teacher. He and His wife Ginny have five children and six grandchildren. Andrew is EPA certified, NATE certified and is a certified Comfort Advisor.


 

 


 

 


 

 

 

 




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