HVAC (organization)

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Hvac.com logo.jpg
Type of businessPrivate
Type of site
Online marketplace
HeadquartersMonroe, OH
Founder(s)Will Housh IV
IndustryHeating and cooling
Alexa rankIncrease 63,875 (US 07/2016)

HVAC.com is a Monroe, OH heating and cooling social enterprise. It is a marketplace for HVAC contractors and homeowners.[1] It was founded in 2006 by Will Housh IV.[2] It uses a portion of its business profits to fund ministry efforts.[3] The company goes on yearly week long mission trips to assist orphans in Mexico and Haiti.[4] Employees are paid their usual salary and the trip does not count as vacation time.[5]


  1. ^ McIver, Terry. "Clicking for Comfort: HVAC.com Connects HVAC Contractors with Prospective Customers". Contracting Business. Retrieved 7 July 2016. This Internet service allows homeowners to purchase HVAC systems over the Internet and find contractors interested in bidding on the installation of those systems.
  2. ^ Hunter, Tatum. "Buying an air filter from this Cincinnati company can have global impact". Cincinnati Business Courier. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
  3. ^ Schwartzberg, Eric. "'Biznistry' not just a career, but a calling". JournalNews. Retrieved 7 July 2016. That’s the idea behind a “biznistry,” an idea the combines a business designed to sustain the salary of its employees with the philanthropic idea of pouring a portion of profits into faith-based works.
  4. ^ "Orphan Care". HVAC.com. Retrieved 7 July 2016.
  5. ^ "2014 Best Places to Work finalist: HVAC.com". Biz journals. Retrieved 7 July 2016. So far we have traveled to Monterrey, Mexico, and Haiti. During this week, employees will be paid their usual salary without cutting into their allotted vacation time.

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