Companies, pressured to get bigger and bigger, often use acquisitions as a growth strategy. This is true in the temporary heating industry, too. There have been acquisitions, such as Tioga’s purchase of Reliable Air or Sunbelt Rentals picking up Topp Portable Air. Recently, it was announced that Temp-Air was also purchased by Sunbelt Rentals. That’s fine by us and by our customers. For 50 years, we have been the temporary heating specialist offering many contractor services. For a number of reasons, customers have come to (and stayed with) BABFAR, including:
The Millis Board of Selectmen officially thanks BABFAR Equipment Corporation for their generous donation to help the construction of the new Clyde F. Brown Elementary School. BABFAR Equipment Corporation is a local business that works toward the common good through sponsorship and donation.
Who better to ask about choosing temporary heaters than someone who has been in the construction business for more than 30 years? Tapping into that kind of experience, Larry, a Construction Superintendent at Holdsworth Klimowski, shares his thoughts on selecting heating units.
“Of course, you want reliability and serviceability,” Larry says. He opts for heaters that are simple to set up, use, and maintain. Larry has been known to do minor repairs over the phone with BABFAR. “I worry less about materials or the building freezing if I know that I can get a technician on the first call and, if needed, that they’ll be on site within the day.”
In recent posts, such as Use the Total Cost of Renting (TCR) Method when Shopping for Temporary Heaters, we provide helpful tips on choosing a temporary heater that meets your needs and budget. We encourage readers to look beyond temporary heater rental costs (which may only be a couple of hundred dollars per month) to installation costs, fuel efficiency, heat output, and service costs when choosing heating equipment.