Kaiser Air Conditioning’s Story
Kaiser Air Conditioning and Heating is a family-owned HVAC business established in 1981 by Neil Kaiser. Neil worked through the ranks of his local sheet metal union where he learned and further developed his incredible craftsmanship skills in the field of HVAC and sheet metal.
Kaiser AC began with a determined vision, a single truck, a few machines and a small sheet metal facility in the heart of Ventura County. Over the following 22 years, Neil continued to grow Kaiser AC through investing in employee training and personnel expansion, increased sheet metal fabrication capabilities and a larger facility.
At age 58, Neil began planning for retirement and worked for several years grooming his nephew, Cory Dishman, for the task of continuing the legacy and vision of Kaiser AC. After working for Kaiser AC for 18 years, Cory purchased the company on November 1, 2002.
Today, the company has grown to a team of over 20 highly trained employees, 12 trucks and a 5,000 square foot sheet metal fabrication facility in Oxnard, CA. Kaiser AC continues forward with our team-spirit, commitment to quality, value, and pride in workmanship.
Join Our Community!
Kaiser AC strongly believes in building stronger communities through support of non-profit organizations and economic development resources.
Our philosophy of corporate responsibility drives our ongoing efforts to provide positive impact wherever possible.
On this page are a number of charities and programs we have elected to support through lending resources and monetary donations.
Please take a moment to explore the respective websites and consider joining us in our efforts to contribute to the building of stronger communities and providing helping hands where needed.
Supporting Our Community
Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation
The Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation is the largest developer of affordable homes in Ventura County with 26 properties housing low-income, farmworkers, families, veterans, seniors and those with disabilities. With a mission of providing comprehensive housing services and community economic development activities, Cabrillo facilitates self-sufficiency for those in need through housing and services such as financial and home ownership education, adult education and after-school homework clubs, fitness and nutrition programs, empowerment programs, and youth leadership development.
Community Action of Ventura County, Inc
CAVC addresses community and agency development issues through outreach, education and information to reach the poor, low-income, and expanded linkage and collaboration with other organizations and the religious community. CAVC promotes community participation in solving poverty issues and barriers to self-sufficiency by outreaching a broader expanse of donors, foundations, & public or private funding sources.
People’s Self-Help Housing
The Mission of Peoples’ Self-Help Housing is to provide affordable housing and programs leading to self-sufficiency for low-income families, seniors, and other special needs groups on California’s Central Coast. Since 1970, PSHH has developed over 1,100 owner-built homes and nearly 1,400 rental units. Additionally over 3,000 housing rehabilitation and home repairs have been completed.
Ventura County Pregnancy Center
The Ventura County Crisis Pregnancy Center is a local, non-profit, volunteer, Christian organization. VCPC’s mission is to help anyone who finds themselves in a crisis pregnancy situation with emotional support and practical means. VCPC is a faith-based non-profit organization that exists to provide services to the community without discrimination of religion, race, or age.
K-Life FM Radio
K-Life FM Radio is a local resource providing ministry to you and others. From the Central Coast, through Santa Barbara down to the Ventura-LA County line, we work hard to stay on top of local events and issues so we can keep you informed. K-Life is non-commercial and is supported by community supporters.
Tender Life maternity Home
Tender Life provides pregnant women with safe housing and supportive services in an environment that instills dignity and promotes self-sufficiency. “Tender Life, where courage meets compassion to build new lives.”
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
In 1956, the Camp Ministry was launched in Estes Park, Colorado. It continues to be one of the most effective ministries of FCA. Over the years, different camp types have emerged as effective strategies to minister to coaches and athletes, but the successful principle established in 1956 remains the same- to create an athletic environment that produces spiritual transformation in the lives of coaches and athletes in a camp setting.
Boys and Girls Club of Greater Ventura
Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of boys and girls by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging and influence.Boys & Girls Clubs are a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. It is the place where great futures are started each and every day.
Walk for Mental Health
With more than 85 NAMIWalks in 2018, join the movement and walk with us for mental health this year! Each NAMIWalks is a 5K event that raises awareness and funds for NAMI organizations across the country.
HVAC Industry Support
Lennox Premier Dealer
As partners with the leading name in home comfort, Dave Lennox Premier Dealers™ offer some of the best products available in the industry, including products from the Dave Lennox Signature® Collection. To earn and maintain “Premier” status, Dave Lennox Premier Dealers™ must participate in an independent Customer Satisfaction program. Only those that achieve and continue to meet Lennox’s high standards can identify themselves as a Dave Lennox Premier Dealer™.
Better Business Bureau
BBB is the authority on trust in the marketplace. BBB sets and upholds high standards for ethical marketplace behavior. BBB accreditation is a coveted honor earned by elite businesses and charities. BBB is the preeminent resource to turn to for objective, unbiased information on businesses and charities.
Ventura County Contractor’s Association
The Ventura County Contractors Association is a non-profit membership association of general contractors, subcontractors, building material suppliers and many other leading construction industry businesses. VCCA’s primary area of service is throughout Ventura County and its ten incorporated cities.
National Federation of Independent Business
The National Federation of Independent Business is the leading small business association representing small and independent businesses. A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in 1943, NFIB represents the consensus views of its members in Washington and all 50 state capitals.