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Jeff Ault

Jeff Ault

Trade/Area of expertise: HVAC

Years of experience: 14 years

Favorite tool: My impact drill. It’s a must-have in the field.

Meet Jeff!

Say hello to Jeff Ault, a video chat Expert and HVAC tech with 14 years of experience.

One of Jeff’s greatest values has always been honesty. He understands that home repair can be daunting and expensive, and he seeks to ease that burden by providing peace of mind and transparency. "My rapport with members has always been based on honesty and professionalism. I ensure that they feel heard and leave the conversation feeling confident and informed." 

But, Jeff's work is not just about fixing things. For him, it's about being the hero that homeowners need. "I've always enjoyed showing up to something that is broken and being able to fix it. Not all heroes wear capes, some wear work boots."

If you’re experiencing HVAC issues in your home, video chat with one of our Experts, like Jeff, and see for yourself why we are leaders in home repair.

Learn more about Jeff in his Q&A: Get to Know a HVAC Expert: Jeff Ault

Fun fact: Jeff has an Associate’s Degree in Professional Golf Management.

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Not being in an attic every day and seeing the joy in a member's reaction when their issue was resolved by simply opening the Frontdoor app.

To do all the necessary research first and consult with someone who has experience with the project you’re about to undertake.

Safety is always important when you work in HVAC because, at the end of the day, you want to come home safe to your family. 

Because it takes the attention away from the gray in my hair that’s starting to come in.

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My success story is how I got started and how hard it was. I got my first job out of school with a startup residential HVAC company doing installs and tagging along on service calls. Eventually, I had to leave because there wasn’t enough work to pay the bills.The first company that hired me was very small. I was handed keys to a van, and I was off. I asked a lot of questions and made mistakes, but ended up being very good at my service tech job. And here I am today.