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Royal Oak Heating & Cooling offering quality service since 1951


Royal Oak Heating & Cooling, located at 728 E. 11 Mile Road in Royal Oak, has stood behind their products and their customer service since 1951. “We treat our jobs as if it were our own home” said Co-owner Scott Ferguson. “We’re concerned about the customer and making sure they’re happy and satisfied with everything. If not we’ll make it right.” In order to keep the service customers have come to expect, Royal Oak Heating & Cooling makes sure all their workers are properly certified to do the job and that they keep up to date with the latest products and code laws. “We work in an industry where equipment is constantly evolving and becoming more efficient,” Ferguson said. “This allows us to give better solutions to our customers in terms of saving them money, making their homes more energy efficient and more comfortable to live in.” Royal Oak Heating & Cooling repairs and installs all types of heating and cooling equipment, along with boilers, hot water tanks, gas lines, humidifiers and air-cleaners. To help expand both their service and their clientele, Royal Oak Heating & Cooling recently merged with Ferguson Heating & Cooling out of Oxford. This merge has made it possible to not only have a location in Royal Oak, but also a location in Oxford.


Ferguson said he originally started at Royal Oak Heating & Cooling in 1988, where he worked for a little over 10 years.


“I apprenticed under current Co-owner Glen Renaud and former owner, Dennis Cline, while I was here. Then I moved on and started up Ferguson Heating shortly after leaving,” he explained. “When I started Ferguson Heating, I just kept what I learned at Royal Oak Heating and I kept those values at Ferguson Heating.”


Ferguson said he received a call from Cline about a year-and-a-half ago, stating he was going to retire and suggested the idea of


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merging the two companies. Ferguson said the merge between the two companies has done really well.


“It was nice because some of the helpers that I trained in the early 90’s were still here and now they’re installers and servicemen themselves. Now my boys, my two sons are working with them and learning from them now. Ferguson said the merger has allowed


them to expand their area and reach more customers and have more manpower. “The nicest thing it’s helped with Ferguson Heating is that the knowledge that Royal Oak has,” he added. “Royal Oak has been established since 1951, so it helps give Ferguson Heating customers the assurance that the service they receive comes from a long history of knowing how to take care of things over the test of time.”


Royal Oak Heating & Cooling Business hours are Mon-Fri 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sat 9 a.m. - noon (Oct – March). Emergency Service is 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. Mon-Fri and 9 a.m. - 11 p.m. Sat. & Sun.


For more information call the Royal Oak office at 248-542-9353 or the Oxford location at 248-431-4501 or visit www.royaloakheating.com and find them on Facebook.


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