December 15, 2019

Freedom HVAC opens in Hiddenite

VETERANS OPEN FREEDOM HVAC IN HIDDENITE — A ribbon cutting ceremony was held on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, for the first official day of business for Freedom HVAC in Hiddenite. Pictured above, left to right: Sarah Hathcock, Alexander County Commission Vice Chair Ronnie Reese, owners Jordan Roberts and Allen Hathcock, Taylorsville Town Commissioner-elect Jack Simms, and Allison Burris.

Alexander County residents and businesses have a new resource to help with their heating and cooling needs with the opening of Freedom HVAC this week.

Based in Hiddenite, the company is operating out of the former Thomas Insurance Agency building on Hiddenite Church Rd.

Military veterans Jordan Roberts (U.S. Air Force) and Allen Hathcock (U.S. Army) own the business, which offers service, maintenance, and repair for heating and cooling systems.

Local officials joined Roberts and Hathcock and their families for a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, their first official day of business.

“We’re really excited to bring our services to the community,” said Hathcock. “I look forward to working with local businesses and individuals and hope to build a relationship with them.”

“Our goal and vision is to provide local residents with quality HVAC service affordably, in an efficient manner,” Roberts related.

The Freedom HVAC office is located at 105 Hiddenite Church Rd. To call, phone 828-405-8490 or email allenh@freedomhvac.org or jroberts@freedomhvac.org.

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