Welcome to Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc.
Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. was founded in 2006 by Rhonda Bridgeman with a goal to provide high quality contracting services to customers in Virginia and North Carolina. Since our incorporation, Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. has made a commitment to constantly improve our capabilities by applying our industry-leading skills to all projects, making us a benchmark for quality and professionalism in our industry.
Our highly qualified team of technicians and installation mechanics are educated and trained on the latest advancements in technology and industry standards. We regularly provide on-going training sessions conducted by industry professionals who are top in their field.
Our team includes a diverse mix of professionals who are highly proficient in the Mechanical industry. The philosophy and mission that we share, is what sets Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. apart from the competition. This enables us to provide quality service and ensure that we will deliver our customers a successful job every time.
Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. is a General Contractor specializing in HVAC, Plumbing and Sheet Metal services. Comfort Systems is comprised of a knowledgeable staff and work force that are very sensitive to the quality of workmanship that is required in our industry. We take pride in the projects we are awarded and follow up with great service.
It is the Mission of Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. to provide our new and existing customers superior service with the highest level of quality. We are committed to continuously improving our services and capabilities by applying cutting edge technologies to all projects we undertake.
Corporate Safety Statement:
Employee safety is a top priority at Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. (CSV). To ensure a clear understanding of the company’s commitment to safety we have established a Corporate Safety Policy. The safety of all employees is of prime concern and importance to CSV. It is our belief that accidents are preventable and that an accident-free work environment is achievable. The company intends to fully comply with all Federal, State, and Local safety laws and regulations.
Each Project Manager and/or Project Superintendent is responsible for the development and implementation of an effective work system, which will achieve an accident-free environment. No task will be considered of such importance or urgency that standard safe work practices or work safety rules may be ignored or the method of accomplishment place an employee in danger. No employee will be compelled to undertake any task for which they do not feel that they have the training, skills or equipment to conduct safely. Each Project Manager and/or Project Superintendent is responsible for formal communication and periodic review of this policy, and of all safety policies and procedures, including necessary discussions to achieve the full understanding and commitment of every employee. Supervisors, company managers and designated safety representatives have the authority to stop work and remove all employees from any situation posing an immediate danger of injury or illness. Work shall resume only after the hazards have been controlled and it is safe to do so.
The company will provide and maintain safe equipment, processes and procedures, and employees will be trained to work in a safe manner. All employees are expected to work safely and in conformance with established policies, procedures and rules as set forth in the safety program, required by their supervisor, either orally or in writing or as set forth at the work site by the owner or prime contractor. Failure to comply with established work rules or conduct endangering the employee or others will result in disciplinary action, up to and including termination as provided for in the company employee disciplinary guidelines. All Comfort Systems personnel, whether engaged as management, administrative or operations functions are expected to actively participate in and support the company safety program. Compliance with this policy is a condition of employment.
Safety Awards Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. qualified for in 2015
STEP Award- Platinum
Excellance in Safety
VACO Gold Award Winner for Outstanding Safety Program
Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. was awarded the 2014 and 2015 Excellence in Safety Award as well as the STEP Award.
"The interaction with their staff was always pleasant and professional in nature and by all accounts the workmanship was of the highest quality."
Hans De Jong, CFO/Secrectary
T.A. Sheets General Contractors, Inc.
"Comfort Systems of Virginia Inc. finished the project ahead of schedule, with a minimum of change orders, interaction with CRHA staff was pleasant and professional in nature and by all accounts the workmanship was of the highest quality."
Arthur L. Harbin III, Procurement Officer
Chesapeake Redevelopment & Housing Authority
"Your responsiveness to all concerns prior to, during, and after construction was impressive. We look forward to working with you in the future."
Richard MacDonald, Former Director of School Plants
Chesapeake Public Schools
"All the projects were completed on schedule with a minimum of Change Orders. Workmanship was of the highest quality. We value Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. as one of our 'go to' subcontractors that we count on to provide fair pricing and service in a timely manner."
Gary T. Richardson, President
R.D. Lambert & Son, Inc.
A BIG THANK YOU to Greg Whilden and Gloria Harris for being the Infant/Toddlers Child Care's angels. Personally, I wanted Comfort Systems to know how professional and caring their employees are.
Linda S. Rice, Director
Deep Creek United Methodist Church Infant and Toddler Child Care Center
Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. strives to provide equal employment opportunities for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, gender, disability, or age, in compliance with federal, state, and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.
Comfort Systems of Virginia, Inc. is committed to staying actively involved on our community. This dedication goes beyond the corporate-level of giving and we encourage our employees to participate in various fundraising events and volunteering efforts.
Children's Health Investment Program (CHIP)
Chesapeake Regional Health Foundation
Deep Creek United Methodist Church
Chesapeake Public Schools Foundation