Spring Creek Me­chan­i­cal spe­cial­izes in HVAC sys­tems


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.

Achiever Preschool of Span­ish Fork has been se­lected as Busi­ness of the Month for June by the Span­ish Fork Salem Area Cham­ber of Com­merce. They have been in busi­ness in Span­ish Fork since 1984. Achiever Preschool is an aca­demic preschool which helps to pre­pare chil­dren to en­ter kinder­garten with the skills they need to suc­ceed. They teach num­bers, shapes, letters and sounds (phon­ics), art, mu­sic, science, mo­tor skills and move­ment. The stu­dents also learn to write their name cor­rectly and write letters and num­bers. Field trips and spe­cial vis­i­tors help en­cour­age hands-on learn­ing dur­ing the year. The school is run by Linda Bartholomew and Julie Ward. For en­roll­ment in­for­ma­tion Achiever Preschool can be reached at 801-798-8102 or you can call Linda at 801-798-9204 or Julie at 801- 798-9410.

With three gen­er­a­tions of the Har­vey fam­ily, Spring Creek Me­chan­i­cal of Springville spe­cial­izes in heat­ing and cool­ing sys­tems as well as im­prov­ing in­door air qual­ity.

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