Furnace Repair, Heating and Cooling & AC Repair in Vincennes, IN
Meet Our New Location in Vincennes!
J.E. Shekell, Inc. Opens State-of-Art Vincennes Location
Serving Area HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical Clients
Vincennes, Ind. – Evansville-based J.E. Shekell, Inc. today announced the company’s expansion into a new Vincennes facility to serve area residential and commercial clients. The new location will open at 2019 N. 6th Street, across from Rally’s, on Monday, April 4.
J.E. Shekell President Kevin Shekell stated, “Our company has been serving a number of commercial and industrial clients in the area for years. With the new facility in Vincennes, we’re better positioned to take care of the HVAC, plumbing and electrical maintenance, repair and installation needs for our customers. We look forward to servicing and meeting new people and businesses in the area.”
Vincennes native and long-time resident Jay Howder will serve as manager of the new Vincennes J.E. Shekell location, which will include a working showroom featuring a Carrier Infinity System, State Water Heaters and other high-performance home-comfort products.
The Vincennes-based J.E. Shekell team also will serve residents and commercial / industrial clients in the surrounding areas, including Washington, IN and Lawrenceville, IL. “We’re bringing the region the same level of trained, certified, back ground checked and drug-tested technicians our company has always provided,” company president Kevin Shekell notes.
Family-owned J.E. Shekell, Inc., was founded in Evansville in 1978 by John E. Shekell. The company designs, installs and services heating, air-conditioning, plumbing and electrical systems and integrated web-based control systems for residential, commercial and industrial clients.
Grand Opening Held on Monday, April 4th, 2016.
Address: 2019 N. 6th Street Vincennes, Indiana 47591
Hours: 7:30am – 5pm. Monday – Friday
Our goal is provide superior customer service to Vincennes, IN, Washington, IN, Sullivan, IN and Lawrenceville, IL and the surrounding communities. Stop by and say “hi!”