In 1951, Gil Hayslett founded Gil Hayslett Plumbing & Heating. The company maintained

 a complete service department doing repair work on all plumbing and heating equipment.

 In to diversify, a pipeline division was established in the 1960s. Gil became well 

known and respected for his knowledge of boilers and natural gas pipelines.

After attending Campbellsville College, Don Hayslett joined the company in 1966. Don realized

 the growing demand for air conditioning and began designing and installing residential,

 commercial, and industrial air conditioning systems. Under Don's leadership, the company 

embarked on a course of growth into a complete mechanical contracting firm. In 1974,

 the company name changed to Hayslett Mechanical Contractor's, Inc.

In 1996, Gil Hayslett II joined the company after attending the University of Kentucky.

He took over as President of the company in 2013. Today, Hayslett Mechanical Contractors, Inc.

has approximately twenty employees and serves the residential, commercial, and industrial 

markets in Central Kentucky. Due to many years of experience, Hayslett Mechanical has earned

 a reputation for doing the job right the first time.

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