About Us

Company History

CFM Company was formed in 1972 by Frank Frauenfelder as a manufacturer's representative for American Standard Fans and Nesbitt Air Conditioning Equipment. Over the years, CFM Company has expanded its product offering and grown to be one of the premier manufacturer's representatives for HVAC products in the marketplace it serves. The product offering covers both the mechanical and sheet metal side of the HVAC business. The normal territory coverage for most of the products is Colorado and Eastern Wyoming. The company has two offices with stocking warehouses in the Denver area and offices in Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, and Grand Junction, CO.

Business Philosophy

Since the beginning of its existence, CFM Company has maintained a philosophy of providing quality HVAC products through superior customer service to our market place. This coverage includes the architects and consulting engineers that apply and specify our products, the general contractors, mechanical contractors, and sheet metal contractors that purchase and install the products, the service contractors that maintain and replace the products and the facility owners that are the ultimate end user of the products. The working environment at CFM Company promotes a more customer-friendly, team orientated atmosphere.

Business Structure

Our Staff is composed of over 25 outside contractor and engineering sales people, 4 application engineers, over 20 inside sales people, 5 tech support and and 20 individuals in administrative, accounting, and warehouse sales positions. Well over half of the technical sales staff has engineering degrees and the average years of experience in our industry for the sales staff is 15 years. CFM Company has several distinct groups within our sales organization with specific job responsibilities. This structure includes the following major departments: Engineering Sales, Sheet Metal Sales, Mechanical Sales, and Industrial/End User Sales.

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