Meet our Team - Employee Spotlight
5 Star Reviews just don't happen without the right people.Continually, our customers provide us with positive feedback from the service and installation they receive from Balance Point. Our 5 Star Reviews don't come without reason. Meet John Ziegler, one of our lead installers and service technicians. John has been a part of our team for nearly 4 years. He lives in Raymore and graduated Raymore Peculiar High School in 2011.John is a major part of the Balance Point team and is involved on nearly all installations. He is apprenticing in the sheet metal shop and his creative talents keep the quality of Balance Point Heating & Cooling installations and service at their high caliber.We asked John to tell us a little bit more about himself. We know there's some fun behind that smile.
What do you like to do when you’re not doing a great job on the HVAC installs? I like to go fishing or ride my motorcycle (We've seen that motorcycle and it's quite a beauty. We've seen pictures and heard a few fish tales, too- you go John!)
What's the craziest thing you have ever done? The World's Tallest Ripcord. (Well. . . gratefully, he is here to share the story - suppose we know who at Balance Point gets to work in high places)
What's your favorite food? Fried Chicken (Yep, we knew he was an all-American!)
Ok John, here’s a hard one for you: Is it about winning, losing or how well you play the game? Winning! But also how well you play the game. Here at Balance Point, it's about working as a team and doing your best quality of work to wow the homeowner. (That explains why we get all of those 5 star reviews!)
We’re glad to have John as a member of our team. John is a really great guy and works hard to help set our company apart from the norm. As a lead on many jobs, he insures that our company continues to maintain the high quality of service and installation Balance Point Heating & Cooling is proud to share with its customers. We continually receive 5 star reviews and great customer feedback on his work. Thank you John!