From left to right Jaylene Holder, Kyle Holder, Ryan Fleck, and Tyler Whitesel (Photo credit All Elements Industries)

Local company looking to give back to Creston

“It feels wonderful to be able to come back to Creston and contribute to Creston’s economic growth”

Creston is home to the husband and wife team Kyle and Jaylene Holder, the proud owners of All Elements Industries. Their company provides residential, and commercial refrigeration, heating, plumbing, and gas fitting services here in the Creston Valley area.

Jaylene is the marketing genius behind All Elements Industries and is a PCSS graduate, born and raised in Creston. “After graduation, I worked and lived in Calgary where I met Kyle. Kyle was working on his journeyman’s’ tickets at the time. During our holidays, Kyle and I would come back to Creston to visit my parents and Kyle fell in love with the Creston Valley. We set the goal to move to Creston and raise our family.”

Over the last two years, All Elements Industries has provided commercial refrigeration services in Creston’s grocery stores, dairy farms, local brewery and recreation centre.

“Two years after making the decision to move to Creston we are proud to say we have six employees. and we now have the ability to provide employment and mentorship to other PCSS graduates giving our employees and their families an opportunity to return to Creston just as we have,” says Jaylene. “It feels wonderful to be able to come back to Creston and contribute to Creston’s economic growth.”

“We are looking to get more involved in the community and give back to Creston. We want people to know that we are grateful to be in Creston. We couldn’t imagine that the community would be so supportive of us.” said Kyle.

“Being right in town means that a business doesn’t have to call a company in Kelowna for a repair, saving on travel expenses for local businesses. Our goal is to take care of home, the Creston Valley. All our technicians are highly trained and qualified to work in refrigeration, heating, plumbing, and gas fit repair,” said Kyle. “I originally wanted to be an engineer however my father and five of my six brothers have their own refrigeration or gas fitting companies and after working around them I found I loved to troubleshoot problems and fix them.”

“We are excited to be in Creston and are thankful that the business community and residents of Creston are so welcoming,” says Kyle. “I think Creston is pretty lucky to have Kyle” beams Jaylene “and more importantly we love having our family around while we raise our family in a great community!”

Recently All Elements Industries won Kootenay Business 2017 Best Business for HVAC in the East Kootenays.

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