Air Pros USA now offering air conditioning services in Plano

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Air Pros USA Founder Anthony Perera has 18 employees across the company's locations in Plano and Fort Worth. (Courtesy Air Pros USA)

Air Pros USA Founder Anthony Perera has 18 employees across the company's locations in Plano and Fort Worth. (Courtesy Air Pros USA)

Air Pros USA opened a Plano office in mid-August at 624 Krona Drive, Ste. 120, Plano.

Founded in Florida in 2017, Air Pros USA provides air conditioning and heating services such as installation, repair, duct cleaning and preventive maintenance. The Plano office is the company’s second Texas location after it acquired Blue Star Heating and Air in Fort Worth in November 2019.


“We’re extremely proud of the growth and success Air Pros USA has achieved in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in just one year since debuting in the market,” Air Pros USA founder Anthony Perera said in a statement. “We are pleased with the loyalty and trust our customers' place in us. Air Pros USA was founded on the premise of putting customers first, and we will continue to uphold our promise and commitment to our customers.”

Air Pros USA also has locations in Florida, Colorado, Georgia and Washington state. The company has 10 trucks and 18 employees across its two locations in Plano and Fort Worth. It serves more than 1,500 residential and commercial customers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 469-200-2724. www.airprosusa.com
By William C. Wadsack
William C. Wadsack is the senior reporter for the Plano and Richardson editions of Community Impact Newspaper. He previously served as managing editor of several daily and weekly publications in North Texas and his native state of Louisiana before joining Community Impact Newspaper in 2019.


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