Small HVAC Company with Incredible Upside
Annual Cash Flow*
Sunbelt Listing ID
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Construction and Engineering and Trades
*Cash flow is defined as net profit plus taxes, interest, depreciation, amortization, and owner's compensation. See earnings detail from Seller.
Are you looking to acquire a business with decades of history and repeat customer relationships? This family-owned HVAC contractor was established by the owner in the late 1980’s and has thrived for over 35 years. They are known for delivering quality workmanship and trusted advice with competitive pricing. This is an ideal acquisition for a small- or medium-sized HVAC company looking to grow OR an HVAC license holder looking to transition from being an employee to an owner.
- The majority ofthe revenue is generated from service and repair of residential HVAC and Heating systems.
- New installs are outsourced to another contractor.
- Customers are primarily residential homeowners
- FF&E: $30,000 includes 2 service vans with an array of service technician tools.
- Parts inventory of $10,000 is included.
- Over 900 customers serviced in the last 5 years.
- Over 3,500 customers in active database.
- Buyers with TACLB or TACLA license preferred
There is no real estate included with the business. The Seller runs the business out of an approx. 1,450 sqft. home/office building on approx. 1/3 acre property and is willing to consider selling the property to the Buyer of the business.
- One (1) Owner works Full Time in the business
- 1 Full Time Staff HVAC Technician
- Installations are outsourced to one contractor, but the service work after installation remains with the company.
- Biggest Opportunity:Taking installations in-house will result in substantial additional profit to the Buyer.
- Currently the business runs on inbound calls from current customers and referrals. Dedicated focus on marketing to existing customers will help with revenue growth.
- No service agreements are in place – transition to service agreements will help even out cash flow in the slow months.