Spring Creek Mechanical specializes in HVAC systems
Jul 19, 2016 11:59AM
Caring for indoor air comfort is a Harvey family tradition. When Brent Harvey was just 10 years old, his dad Don started taking him on air conditioning and furnace service and install calls. “Dad called me his ‘gopher,’” Brent said. “He’d say, ‘Brent, gopher that screwdriver. Now gopher my flashlight.’”
Brent continued the tradition with his own five sons, taking them out on calls as soon they were old enough to hold a flashlight. Sons Benjamin and Adam are both working full-time now doing HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning.) Over the years, Brent has gained experience in all areas of the HVAC industry. In 1992, he and his wife Sara moved to Springville to join Don in owning and operating Springville’s own Harvey Heating and Air Conditioning, building a successful business that they sold in 2000.
In January of this year, he founded Spring Creek Mechanical, which offers service, installation and repair for heating and air conditioning equipment, water heaters, boilers, ductless splits, controls, VRF Systems, solar and geothermal. Brent is a licensed heating and air conditioning contractor and a journeyman plumber.
Brent and Sara raised their six children in Springville and have loved being a part of the community. The couple enjoys providing service in Utah County through the technical aspects of theater and live events. They served for a number of years on the board of the Springville-based Villa Institute for the Performing Arts, which supported the Villa and Little Brown theaters.
Living and working in Utah’s ever-deteriorating air quality, Brent has become passionate about providing his customers with ways to make the air inside their homes clean and pure. Spring Creek Mechanical focuses on creating and maintaining clean and comfortable indoor air through air duct cleaning, high-quality filtration and UV lights. He provides individualized analysis of current HVAC systems and can help clients lower energy costs by optimizing the energy efficiency of current and new systems.