Why Choose Jerry Kelly?
Because The Jerry Kelly Difference is Real—Real Good
It’s no fluke that we’ve been in business since 1977. At Jerry Kelly, you’ll experience exceptional service that will keep you coming back time and time again. When you choose us as your HVAC partner, you’ll notice a true difference in everything from reliability and customer service to quality work. You will discover from the very first visit that you are our No. 1 priority.
At Jerry Kelly, we vow to provide:
- Pleasant technicians who are happy to help
- Clean vehicles & tidy uniforms
- Respect for you and your personal property
- High-quality equipment & installation
- Timely service that doesn’t keep you waiting
- Our exclusive One-Year Buy-Back Guarantee
- Comprehensive warranties & workmanship guarantees
In fact, your satisfaction is so important that we stand behind our products and workmanship—100 percent. It’s a simple promise that holds a lot of weight and gives you and all of our customers in the St. Peters area total peace of mind. You’re in good hands with our friendly service and can-do attitude.
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