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Airmaster, the air conditioning and heating specialists is growing again.

From a one man start-up in 1992, Airmaster now employ 26 staff working nationwide from their Swallownest premises, on the Sheffield-Rotherham border.

Ian Feeley, formerly at PK Group Chesterfield, joins Airmaster as maintenance manager to manage their busy department.

He will also help to manage the maintenance service reporting systems so necessary for ISO compliance which have been developed and championed by Ian Fisher and his team.

Ian said:

“I’m delighted to have joined Airmaster.

“I’ve been aware of the company for a couple of years and have been impressed by their growth and development during this time.

“I’m looking forward to helping the company achieve its’ goals over the coming years.”

This new appointment will allow Ian Fisher to move into his new role of business development manager.

Here he can continue his technical support for the teams and excellent relationship building, particularly in Green Technologies and TM44 Energy Assessment.

Airmaster’s new plumbing and heating manager, Gary Horton, joins from Pipe Serve Mechanical.

Gary said:

“Having worked closely with Airmaster for almost 20 years, it’s great to now be one of the team.

“Everyone has been very welcoming and I am excited about what the future holds for me and for Airmaster.”

Lisa Pogson, Airmaster’s resources director, said:

“Having REFCOM and Gas Safe Accreditation within the organisation will be great news for customers that need the team to hold these important industry accreditations.

“With new clients brought by the expanding team and further development of our building- the former Wetherby pub- to offer additional facilities to the community,  Airmaster is looking forward to a busy year!”

Ian Fisher with sign 2 (Large)
Ian Fisher

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