By: Ole Andreas Haug
She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness. (Proverbs 31:26 – KJV)
When it comes to wise sayings not much beats the authors of Proverbs. King Solomon and his father David both knew quiet well that the smartest thing a man could probably do is #1 Trust God and #2 Don’t argue with your wife. Laponica Refrigeration is a family Christian owned and operated small business serving the Greater New Orleans area in residential HVAC and commercial HVACR.
Whether it is for your house or for your office Laponica is ready to provide a helping hand in times of dire need. Service or install on air conditioning and heating for our residential and commercial customers. For our commercial customers we also provide install and service on commercial grade ice machines and walk-in cooler/freezer boxes.
It is better to dwell in a corner of the housetop, than with a brawling woman in a wide house. (Proverbs 21:9 – KJV)
For some time now we have been working on a new Chili’s being built in Covington, LA. The GC (General Contractor) is a really cool guy, could be mistaken for Santa, who makes knives. Always fun to meet new people with great talent. Besides myself off course.
Some additional photos of a job we did in Baton Rouge. For those interested 🙂
Sometimes when my dad and Pat talk… it doesn’t actually sound like this, but this is how I imagine it and how I make it sound in my head. This is on the roof of a Chili’s Grill & Bar in Covington. Laponica Refrigerations latest and greatest.
Some photos of the new Pizza Hut in Matthews, La. This pizza hut is off Hwy 1 – on the same exit as Raceland coming down Hwy 90. These photos were taken in July, 2012 so they’re a little old. Either way it’s kinda neat to see how much simpler these cooler and freezer installs have become lately. You get a bunch of panels, slap’em together and BAM you can start making pizza. Typical install takes 2-3 working days. As with any work site, completion depends on the other contractors completing their jobs. You can’t exactly be putting panels on the floor if the floor guy hasn’t done his part yet, right? Just sayin…