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Meet Dean Ayotte of Ayotte Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning in Chelmsford

Today we’d like to introduce you to Dean Ayotte.

In 1970, my parents, Harry and Jackie Ayotte decided it was time to become entrepreneurs. Harry was an experienced tradesman and Jackie was a practicing bookkeeper. Through the years, they worked hard to help homeowners maintain their homes. They always kept a balance with family and their countless hours volunteering.

Their incredible spirit kept developing and changing the business until Harry passed away in 2011. Their son Dean and his wife Sue took the reins of the business and have continued that spirit of helping homeowners and small businesses.

Has it been a smooth road?
Starting a business in the 1970’s was difficult. Inflation was rampant and it was a tough struggle. Perseverance paid off and the business blossomed in the 80’s. We were one of the largest merit shop contractors in New England. Following the savings and loans crisis of the late 1980’s, we decided to strictly focused on helping homeowners and small businesses. It was always at the heart of we did and it eliminated the ups and downs of the building booms. This focus has helped us serve our customers well and has allowed us to become a very stable service provider.

So, as you know, we’re impressed with Ayotte Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning – tell our readers more, for example what you’re most proud of as a company and what sets you apart from others.
We focus on the maintenance repair and replacement of plumbing heating and air conditioning systems for homeowners and small businesses. This allows us to provide expert service quickly. When someone’s water heater is no longer working we are able install a new one quickly. When the A/C system decides to quick working on a hot summer day, we can get you back up and running quickly. One of our biggest strengths is that we always answer the phone. Our experienced office staff understands the issues that each of our customers is going through. They help prioritize the emergencies and set a convenient schedule for the non-emergencies. Our field staff are experts at their chosen profession. Not only do they understand the inner workings of your home’s systems, they take the time to listen to your concerns.

I’m also proud of the way we handle situations that don’t go perfectly. We strive for perfection, but sometimes things can go wrong. We will always “make it right”. Any rework is given top priority and this an opportunity for us to take a bad situation and correct it as quickly and conveniently as a possibly.

I’m very proud of our entire team and the way the approach each situation. They really care about solving problems and getting each home back in working order quickly.

Let’s touch on your thoughts about our city – what do you like the most and least?
Being in New England, we love the changing seasons. Each one brings on new challenges. There are a lot of older homes in our area and it gives an opportunity to test our skills at solving issues.

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