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Our Team of Dedicated Professionals

At Heat Relief, we are proud to present you with an array of skilled professionals in the heating and air conditioning industry. Our specialists have not only been formally educated to repair and maintain home heating and air conditioning systems but stay updated on the latest trade technologies. They also undergo drug testing and are subject to background checks for your added peace of mind.

Mark DeFrancisco

Founder and president of Heat Relief since 1997. Mark has a degree in Industrial Technology thru Clackamas Community College. Mark also is PTCS certified, holds a LEB electrical license, is a journeyman certified sheet metal worker through the State of Oregon, and has completed various continuing education training throughout the years. Mark has 26 years of experience in this field and has held the Officers position with ORACCA as President for five years.

Randy Wedemeyer

Randy is a graduate of San Joaquin Valley College HVAC Program. He’s been an HVAC contractor for 14 years and has been part of the heating & cooling industry for over 35 years. Randy is experienced in sheet metal design, installation, service, and repair. He also excels at instruction, sales, and commercial estimating.

Don Stoecker
Don Stoecker

Don Stoeker

Nine years with Heat Relief, Don has been in the industry since 1979. Don is Heat Relief‘s Shop Foreman. Don has multiple responsibilities that include: Project Management, Purchasing, and pre-fab for all our residential work.

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