Chad Warnecke 110922

✔️ Quality

✔️ Longevity

✔️ Reputation

✔️ Respect

According to Lee Mechanical Service Project Manager Chad Warnecke, these qualities make Lee Mechanical stand out, and they are characteristics he knows he can “get behind and support.”

“I am driven by satisfied customers and being a part of a team that is committed to providing customers a professional experience,” he shares. “I am confident that the team I work with will provide the best cost-effective solution for any project.”

Warnecke is excited to be part of the Lee Mechanical team as the company successfully forges ahead in the industry. He says everyone is dedicated to rising to each day’s challenge and beating expectations. He feels strongly that the key to the company’s success is the company’s reputation as a dependable and experienced full mechanical contractor that can take on small and large opportunities.

“The Lee Mechanical team understands that each employee has value and diverse experience,” shares Warnecke. “These attributes are used to produce a quality product for internal and external customers so that we can provide the best service each step of the way.”

With over 25 years of experience in the industry, Warnecke is a valuable asset to the company. He began his career as a unionized HVAC service technician and transitioned swiftly into project and service management. In addition, he has substantial experience supervising personnel installing, repairing, and maintaining HVAC systems in commercial and industrial buildings.

“I’ve worked directly with service and install technicians, dispatch personnel, and other managers to ensure customer satisfaction,” Warnecke states. “Keeping my customers AND my team happy is key.”

When Warnecke is not hard at work on company projects, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Becky, and his two college-aged daughters, Mariah and Alyssa. His family, as a whole, enjoys motorcycle rides, car shows, spending time outdoors, and the occasional coffee.


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