Executive Summary

Business Overview: Anderson’s Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning Company (HVAC) is a startup HVAC company located in Boise, Idaho. Founded by Arnie Anderson, a seasoned HVAC technician with over 20 years of experience, the company aims to provide high-quality installation and repair services for residential and commercial customers.

Product Offering:

  • HVAC installation and repair for residential customers
  • Set-window time frame for HVAC commercial customers in need of repair
  • Utilization of digital platforms for diagnostics and repairs
  • Service for industrial clients with infrastructure over 100,000 square feet
  • Distinctive service for contractors, real estate agencies, and property management companies requiring HVAC replacements or repairs
  • Offering the most up-to-date and innovative HVAC systems and repair services

Customer Focus: Anderson’s HVAC will target:

  • Residential customers in the greater Boise area
  • Commercial customers
  • Industrial clients with large-space infrastructures
  • Contractors, real estate agencies, and property management companies

Management Team: The company will be owned and operated by Arnie Anderson. Senior Technicians Tex Rowan and Matt Rogers, both with over thirty years of HVAC experience, will assist in instructing new employees and diagnosing, repairing, or rebuilding HVAC systems.

Business Description

  • Explain the purpose of your HVAC business.
  • Describe the services you’ll offer and your unique selling proposition.
  • Provide details about your target market and customer segments.

Market Analysis

  • Research the HVAC industry in your target area.
  • Analyze market size, growth trends, and potential competitors.
  • Identify your ideal customer profile and their needs.

Marketing and Sales Strategy

  • Outline your marketing channels (online, local advertising, referrals, etc.).
  • Describe your pricing strategy.
  • Explain how you’ll attract and retain customers.

Operations and Management

  • Detail your day-to-day operations.
  • Discuss staffing requirements, including technicians and administrative roles.
  • Explain how you’ll manage inventory, scheduling, and customer service.

Financial Projections

  • Create a financial forecast covering at least the next five years.
  • Include startup costs, operating expenses, revenue projections, and profit margins.
  • Highlight your break-even point and growth milestones.


Remember that this business plan is a roadmap for your HVAC venture. Regularly review and update it as your business evolves. Best of luck with your HVAC startup!