HVAC Firm Named as a “Best Workplace” in Atlanta
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Awards Bardi Top Honor
ATLANTA – April 23, 2011 – On Friday, April 22, some fifty-plus HVAC staff and technicians gathered for a celebration breakfast at their office and to get a preview of their new T- shirt–“T.G.I.M.” – Thank God it’s Monday.
The firm is Norcross-based Bardi Heating & Air Conditioning. It has just named runner up as Best Workplace in its size category by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper based on employee response to an independent survey. Some one hundred and sixty six companies competed for the honor.
Nominations flooded in from Bardi employees, explaining why they have a fierce loyalty to the firm. One technician was “proud of the professional leadership team which steers the organization.” Another employee cited “company ethics.” Team members also applauded “long-term career opportunities” and Bardi’s “economic success during the on-going recession.”
Firm owner and president Alex Bardi hopes his ironclad customer satisfaction policy makes the daily business of installation and service an easy policy to follow. “We offer a one hundred percent money back guarantee,” said Bardi. “We don’t cut corners. That makes life easier for everyone.”
Bardi Heating & Air Conditioning is a family-owned heating and air conditioning company serving residential and commercial customers throughout Metro Atlanta since 1989. The firm garnered top honors for customer and community service from the BBB where it maintains an A+ rating. Bardi has also been honored twice by the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce as a “Top 25 Business” and Gold Safety Award winner from the Association of Building Contractors.