Air Comfort

Web & Interactive

February 20, 2017

Keeping it cool

Family-owned and operated since 1954, Air Comfort is an HVAC and Refrigeration company that provides customized solutions in the residential, commercial, industrial and marine sectors. Founded on the values of quality, integrity, commitment and safety, Air Comfort delivers excellence in everything from custom fabrication to service and installation. As the Southeast Texas based company began to grow into extended markets, the brand needed to reflect the level of professionalism and expertise of the business.

The brand refresh began, as most do, with the logo. Subtle adjustments to color, shape and typography brought the logo set up to date while maintaining the equity of the original mark. From there came brand extensions, most notably the van wraps. As a primary symbol of their service and residential sectors, the vans needed to communicate the brand’s new identity and serve as a moving advertisement while out on the job.

Originally relying on word-of-mouth and face-to-face business, Air Comfort had a need to speak to a larger audience. And when we say speak, we mean allow the Vice President to “Fabio-up” and lay it all on the line for his business. With years of growth and notoriety in the community, Air Comfort’s team was eager to let their hair down with a humorous TV spot, and we couldn’t have been more proud of the finished product:

 

 

The Texas A&M Forest Service was created by the Texas Legislature in 1915 to protect and conserve our state’s trees, forests and related natural resources. Who would’ve guessed that nearly 100 years later, they would ask Schaefer Advertising to build them a website?
Sure, we’re no Washington State, but Texas has trees too, you know. And while we may not realize it, every Texan benefits from the conservation and wildfire protection activities and programs of Texas A&M Forest Service. Two thirds of voters live within 10 miles of wooded area and more than half visit forests or wooded areas multiple times per year.
Our marketing objective was to create awareness of Texas A&M Forest Service as a trusted resource of information pertaining to all things forestry. The website is their core marketing vehicle, so it was critical that it be educational as well as engaging. Click the link and take a look around; it can be the one new thing you learn today.
November 21, 2013

Nethery Eye Associates

An opthamology practice with five physicians, Nethery Eye Associates tasked the Schaefer team to develop an integrated marketing plan to increase patient traffic in light of a more competitive marketplace. We evaluated and refreshed their current branding to support these marketing efforts and executed the refreshed brand in a website, collateral and other patient education tools, and an online media campaign.

Educational Video Series
for Nethery Eye Associates

October 20, 2013

WayPoint Healthcare Advisors

WayPoint Healthcare Advisors is a healthcare consulting firm in Fort Worth, Texas led by two senior level executives, each with 20+ years of experience in healthcare consulting. Faced with a rapidly changing healthcare environment, WayPoint Healthcare Advisors needed to evaluate their marketing initiatives. We worked with the WayPoint leadership to develop new branding and marketing materials to support public relation initiatives. This logo was initially launched through email marketing and a new website.