What Makes a Great TNE Customer

The entire team at Tradesmen of New England is a dedicated group of professionals who enjoy working and excelling in the Mechanical Services trade. We graciously serve our customers in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island to the utmost of our ability, whether that be through a simple HVAC installation, air conditioning service, or implementing an entire building management system. 

We have built some great relationships in our service areas by doing the right thing. Our long term customers look forward to seeing our staff come on-site to do maintenance or solve their problems.

Our hope is that our prospective clients will give us the opportunity to do the same for them.

In exchange for this maximum effort, we respectfully request the following "Contractor Bill of Rights":

Mutual Respect

All of our personnel, from the person just getting out of trade school to our seasoned trades-persons to our support staff and the company president himself, will strive to earn your respect, and, in turn, we expect our customers to respect our people. Our people work together to exceed your needs, and if one of our people can’t solve an issue, they will get someone who can. Our synergy is our strength.

Open and Direct Communication

We request that our personnel will be given a clear description of the trouble call from a person knowledgeable in the building operation. Our most successful customers designate a representative to communicate the expectation and standards for the task at hand. Typical titles of these persons are Facility Manager, Plant Engineer or Contract Administrator, and direct communication with these professionals normally results in high efficiency.

Fair Issue Resolution

We know that things do not always go as planned despite the best of intentions. We value our reputation; it has been the lifeblood of our success and growth for the past several years. If at any time you have an issue with our performance, we request that you will give us the chance to make it right for you.

  • Question about an invoice? – let us review it and see what we can do.
  • Question about a repair that does not seem quite right? – talk to your service technician, account manager, or our service dispatcher – we will let you know what we find.
  • Question about the status of your equipment maintenance schedule? We will get you the report you want.

BOTTOM LINE – The only person in the company who is allowed to say no to a customer’s issue resolution request is the President herself. If at any time a client feels that their issue has not been resolved properly, the president of the company, Tracy Audet, will be available for the final review.