- Heat Pump Installation
- Air Conditioning Service
- Heating Service
- Indoor Air Quality
- Financing & Rebates
The Kearney HVAC team goes the extra mile to deliver exceptional customer service on every project throughout the greater north Boston and southern New Hampshire area. Our technicians are courteous and respectful to all our customers and take pride in getting the job done right. We also invest in ongoing training and follow rigorous industry guidelines.
Owner & Founder
Jon is the owner and founder of Kearney HVAC and has been in the business for over 15 years. He has earned Massachusetts Master Sheet Metal, Oil Burner, and New Hampshire Gas Fitter licenses. Jon is a North American Technician Excellence (NATE) certified technician, a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, a Mitsubishi-Certified Contractor, and a proud member of the Better Business Bureau. He enjoys fishing and snowmobiling in his spare time.
Kerri has been managing the Kearney HVAC office since 2015 and keeps the wheels from falling off the bus. All of her free time is dedicated to her two children and her husband.
Lead Service Technician
Zack has been with Kearney HVAC team for more than 5 years and is now our lead HVAC service technician. He has demonstrated his knowledge and skill by becoming a NATE-certified technician, an EPA Section 608-certified technician, and a Mitsubishi-certified contractor. He enjoys skateboarding and working on diesel trucks.
Longest Tenured Installer
Cody has completed the Whittier Tech Cooperative Program with Kearney HVAC, where he gained extensive hands-on knowledge. In his spare time he enjoys fishing.
Harry joined Kearney HVAC in 2017 and is one of our Lead Installers.
Doug joined the team at Kearney HVAC in 2019 and is one of our Lead Installers.
Kyle joined the team at Kearney HVAC in 2019 as an installer.
Installer and Service Technician
Garth joined Kearney HVAC in 2019. He is an Installer and Service Technician.
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