Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 26, 2017
The typical day at Comfort System is basic with all mechanical contractor. It was getting the job done without any injuries. Maintaining a safe work environment no pipe, that hasn't been used, no hardware. We cleaned the area that was worked.
Plumber (Current Employee) – Pensacola, FL – September 19, 2018
Comfort System is a great place to work, management is easy to talk to. Above all I really have had a great experience, working for Comfort Systems. This is the best company, I ever worked for, and I've been in construction my entire life.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – May 16, 2017
A typical work day includes sitting in your office making about 20 - 30 cold calls. Even though your job position maybe Outside Sales, the Immediate Supervisor still expects you to be sitting at your desk no later than 8:30 a.m. every day!
Sheet Metal Fabricator (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – March 18, 2017
I typical day would consist of asssembling duct cut in tap placements. management was good at back to the crew if questons needed to be answered. trying to keep busy if it was slow. When we finished a project before deadline
Lead Technician (Former Employee) – Augusta, GA – July 28, 2016
I was Lead Service Technician promised to get Operation Manager. Operations Manager moves to another company, causing a general manager to take over this branch. General manager did not like me the first time we meet, I'm pretty easy to get along with people. He ends up giving Operations Manager position to a Rookie to run the branch. There are spineless backstabbing people that don't know how to run a company. Service Managers that have no experience in HVAC field. I would not recommend this company
Office Manager/Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – Dothan Alabama and Mobile Alabama – October 17, 2012
This was truly a rewarding job. I began as accounting manager working directly with the CFO of the company. Over time he put me in charges of the accounting procedures of the 7 other offices. After working there for a little over a year I was transferred to our Mobile office to work as office manager in trying to bring that office up to speed as there had been some financial discrepancies that he needed someone he could trust to get them back "in the green". I have to say this was one of my favorite jobs and I was really heartsick when I got laid off but this was when the economy really started its downward spiral