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Best HVAC Service: Laney’s

Location: Fargo

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Laney's earned Best HVAC Service in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What is your favorite part of your job? 

“Solving comfort issues for our customers and providing solutions that keep our customers comfortable and safe and make their lives better,” President Kevin Wolf said.

What’s the most rewarding part of what you do? 

“The most rewarding part of my job is to have the opportunity to lead an organization of wonderful people that provide great services to our community both through what they do day in and day out as well as through the various charitable ways we are able to ‘give back’ to our community through our success,” Wolf said.

  • Second place: Home Heating, Plumbing & A/C, Inc
  • Third place: Precision Plumbing
  • Fourth place: Bears Home Solutions
  • Fifth place: FM Heating and Air LLC

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