Spokane Journal of Business

Service Experts merges its Spokane, Cd’A units

Both operations to be run out of Coeur d’Alene office; 10 employees transfer there

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The parent company of two heating-and-ventilation businesses here is merging its Spokane unit, Service Experts of Washington, with its Coeur dAlene operation, TML LLC, and will close the Spokane companys office.

The parent, Service Experts, of Richardson, Texas, decided to run both operations out of the Coeur dAlene office in order to eliminate duplicate overhead, says Tim LaMott, TMLs Boise-based general manager.

About 10 employees of Service Experts of Washington have transferred to the TML office in Coeur dAlene, at 6600 N. Government Way, LaMott says. Last fall, Service Experts of Washington employed about 30 people, but LaMott says he believes the companys work force has been downsized since then for business reasons.

Service Experts of Washington will give up the lease of its Spokane office, at 3003 N. Crestline, at the end of April, he says. That building is owned by Paul Didier, who operated a heating contracting company, Heat Transfer Inc., there until 1999. At that time, Service Experts acquired Heat Transfer, as well as a handful of other heating-and-ventilation businesses here. For a time, businesses operated under the name of Parrott Mechanical Inc., a longtime Coeur dAlene-based heating and ventilation contractor.

TML already is performing work in Spokane under Service Experts of Washingtons maintenance contracts and warranties, LaMott says.

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