As a valued customer of Air Tech, you’ll never be just a number to us, and we don’t want to be strangers to you either. Here are the people who will be working for you when you hire us.
Owner & Founder Lee Brown
Lee Brown has been working in the trades since he was a child, when he helped out occasionally in his uncle's fence-building business. He has decades of experience in the HVAC field, working first for other companies in the area and then for himself when he started Air Tech in 2002. He has passed on his wealth of knowledge and experience to his sons, who now work for him in the family business. Read more about Lee's entrepreneurial journey here.
Office Manager Chasity Brown
As wife of Air Tech founder Lee Brown, Chasity officially joined the business as the full-time office manager in 2017 after leaving her position at Pathway Christian Academy. However, she has been helping out in the business in an unofficial capacity for many years, and her most important contribution to the business might just be trusting that Lee would find a way to make it work when he first started out on his own in 2002.
Office Assistant Samantha Keith
Samantha Keith graduated from Pathway Christian Academy in 2017 and is currently obtaining her nursing degree at NRCC. She is currently putting her great customer service and organization skills to good use by working part time in the Air Tech office to support herself while she completes her higher education.
Service Technician Logan Brown
Logan is the eldest son of Lee and Chasity Brown, and has been working in the family business for many years. He became a full-time employee of Air Tech after graduating from East Montgomery High School in 2016.
Service Technician Seth Kemp
Seth, the middle son of Chasity and Lee, grew up in the family business learning the HVAC trade. He joined the team in 2017, and is currently working part time while attending New River Community College.
Service Technician Brad Aker
Brad Aker is a CFC Certified technician, which means he meets the EPA requirements for someone who maintains, services, repairs, or disposes of equipment that could release refrigerants into the atmosphere. He joined Air Tech in 2018 and has over 10 years in the electrical and HVAC field.
Assistant Technician William Daniel Smith
William Daniel Smith is currently a student a Virginia Tech obtaining a degree in Mechanical Engineering.