Richard G. Hall Jr., President
Richard G. Hall, Vice President
Founded in 1934 by John A. Hall
Location: Ligonier, PA We serve a fourteen county region in Western Pennsylvania.
Expertise: HVAC, Plumbing, Sheet Metal, Piping, Installation., Repair, Maintenance
Markets: Institutional, Industrial, Commercial, and Residential
Our Services: John Hall, Inc. is a heating, cooling and plumbing contractor. We serve commercial and residential customers by providing fabrication, installation, service, and maintenance of plumbing, heating, cooling mechanical and mechanically related systems and equipment.
We employ the highly trained, experienced and responsible Plumbers & Pipefitters of Local 354.Sheet Metal Union Local 12 Our team provides design, fabrication, installation and service/maintenance of mechanical and mechanically related systems and equipment.
Our Guarantee: The highest quality craftsmanship. Project completion on time and on budget. The most safety conscious, well trained workforce and safe job site. Mechanical Systems installed right the first time. Provide cost effective solutions. Drug and alcohol free workforce and job-site.
Membership: Laurel Mechanical Contractors Association, Incorporated
LMCA is a non-profit corporation formed in 1973. Membership is comprised of highly qualified specialty mechanical contractors engaged in design, fabrication, installation and service/maintenance of mechanical and mechanically related systems and equipment. The geographic area represented by the association encompasses the Pennsylvania counties of Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Cameron, Clearfield, Elk, Fayette, Huntingdon, Indiana, Jefferson, Somerset, Westmoreland and the eastern parts of Greene and Washington. The association's office is centrally located in Ligonier, PA.
John Hall, Inc. has been a trusted contractor for important projects since 1934.
John Hall, Inc.
Founded in 1934 - Serving Western PA
John Hall, Inc. installed the Allegheny Tunnel ventilation system in 1939
The Allegheny Mountain Tunnel is a vehicular tunnel carrying the Pennsylvania Turnpike through the Allegheny Mountains. This heavily traveled Turnpike tunnel accommodates over 30,000 vehicles daily on the combined Interstates 70 and 76. When the tunnel was built, it was considered an "engineering marvel".