We find it satisfying to provide our customers with HVAC services because we know how important a properly functioning HVAC system is when it comes to comfort in the heat and humidity as well as the cold temperatures that we experience here in Florida.
We have relatives and friends as well as many customers who suffer from conditions in which it is dangerous for them to become overheated. Heat stroke is a major concern for Florida residents, especially amongst the elderly and the youth. Helping to prevent problems like these are only some of the reasons why we enjoy doing what we do. We often times try to put ourselves in the consumers’ shoes to better understand their needs and wants.
We at Ken Williams Air Conditioning find it particularly important to follow the rules and regulations of The Florida Building Code. The original set of codes that were implemented statewide during the construction boom of the 1970s became the foundation of The Florida Building Code. Intended to regulate building construction, the codes were majorly amended during the 1990s due to a sequence of natural disasters resulting in devastation. As contractors, we know it is important to comply with the codes to improve building construction overall and to help prevent damage and unneeded loss.
Ken is Chairman of the Building Officials Association of Brevard County Mechanical Committee. We find it very important to educate all local contractors about the importance of complying with building codes when it comes to installing and maintaining HVAC systems. Through communication, commitment and cooperation, local building officials, manufacturers, engineers and contractors continue to improve the standard practices of the HVAC industry in Brevard County. Collectively, we feel it is our responsibility to provide consumers with a dependable HVAC system, installed properly and in compliance with local building code.
Born in Oklahoma City, OK., Ken was raised traveling throughout the U.S. as well as internationally with the U.S. Army as a military family. After many years of traveling both domestically and internationally, Ken decided to call Brevard County, FL home.
After attending local trade school at Eastern Florida State College (formerly Brevard Community College), Ken began his career at a local supply house. He then spent some time traveling the Sunshine State working on supermarket refrigeration. After a few years of commercial refrigeration, Ken worked with a residential/light commercial HVAC company, where he gained further experience in the industry.
After many years of experience working as an Installer and then a Service Technician, Ken then became Branch Manager of a local HVAC company here in Melbourne, FL for over a decade until he decided to establish Ken Williams Air Conditioning, Inc.
With a strong background in Residential New Construction, Ken truly enjoys specialty projects, such as custom home building.
Ken has two children; a son, who is a SMsgt. in the U.S. Air Force, and a daughter - who is Office Manager of Ken Williams Air Conditioning.
As a resident of Brevard County, FL since 1982, Ken is well established in the local community. Ken has a passion for environmental studies. He is a certified Mold Assessor, Mold Remediator and Home Inspector. He is well known in the Brevard County area for his expertise as an Indoor Environmental Specialist. Ken enjoys offshore fishing and riding ATV's.
Why Choose Us?
Finding a licensed, insured contractor is not hard. Finding one that you can trust is the important part. When a contractor comes into your home, you do not only trust them to provide you with honest, knowledgeable service but you also trust that they will do the job properly, professionally and efficiently.
Any air conditioning contractor can provide a system. The tricky part is finding a contractor you can count on to install your system properly. There are many costly problems that can occur due to improper installation. That is why choosing an experienced company to provide your air conditioning services is so important.
We like to get to know our customers’ needs and wants in order to improve their comfort overall in their home. That is why we look at many different things such as special medical needs, occupancy and any other potential issues that may require additional attention or issues that may affect the performance of the system.
The needs of a restaurant are far different than that of a hospital or an industrial building. Working with residences, daycares, nursing homes, hospitals, schools, restaurants and industrial facilities, we adapt our skills to meet the special needs and requirements for each individual’s needs.
Florida's Showcase Green Envirohome *Featured Project*
Florida's Showcase Green Envirohome
In June 2010 Ken Williams Air installed the world's 1st all-DC, solar-wind-renewable powered A/C system into Florida's Showcase Green Envirohome.
In 2010, Ken Williams Air partnered with Mark Baker and Nonnie Chrystal of Mark Baker, LLC. to design and build Florida’s Showcase Green Envirohome located in Indialantic, FL. After the original structure was destroyed by the series of tropical storms and hurricanes in 2004, Mr. Baker determined that he wanted to build a home that was essentially hurricane-proof for future storms. He also implemented ways to make the home self-sustainable during power outages while decreasing the use of our precious natural resources. Months of research, coordinating and testing were completed for each aspect of the home.
This home features the world’s first solar/DC powered air conditioning system. Combined with a wind turbine (The Energy Ball V-200) to produce the electricity, the system produces heating, ventilation and air conditioning to the home at virtually no cost. With specially designed zero-leak duct work, this system is the most energy efficient system available. Powered by DC voltage, the air conditioning system is designed to be completely self-sustainable. With solar and wind generated power available, energy efficiency is optimized.
Considering the fact that the HVAC system is typically the largest appliance in your home that uses a substantial amount of electrical power, it is recommended to have it replaced with a high efficiency variable speed system. We have plenty of ideas and recommendations to share when it comes to improving the energy efficiency and indoor air quality of your home.
Ask us today about incorporating Green HVAC applications in your home!
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