Jerry Ralston Purchases Remaining Shares of AirTemp Alaska
Diamond Heating/AirTemp Alaska owner, Jerry Ralston formally announced his decision to buy out his long-time business partner and co-owner of AirTemp Alaska, Dana Bertolini. The pair worked alongside each other for more than 13 years before Bertolini decided to sell his portion of AirTemp to partner, Ralston, in order to spend more time with his aging parents in Arizona.
Dana shared that he is sad to leave his incredible team, friends, and clients he has worked with over the many successful years at AirTemp but looks forward to his new adventure and time spent with his family.
Ralston, the now sole owner of the two companies is confident Diamond Heating/ AirTemp Alaska will remain Alaska’s most versatile and most reputable heating and cooling provider, serving customers with the utmost professionalism and service.
Ralston is looking forward to the company’s bright future as they add new employees and build upon their continued success. Bertolini also stated, “We have a team of gifted and caring people who will continue to deliver excellent installations, service, and maintenance. They are truly the very best in our industry and carry on our honored tradition of practicing very genuine and sincere care for our clients”.
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