HVAC technicians aren’t out in the field to simply turn wrenches and fix problems. Savvy HVAC techs are looking for creative ways to help homeowners, while also making more money. These techs are playing an important role in improving the indoor air quality for their clients. By regularly servicing and maintaining HVAC systems, they are already helping clients reduce the amount of dust and other pollutants that circulate through a home or office. They already know how to condition the air. Now is the time for HVAC techs to improve IAQ for their clients.
In this episode, we sit down with Chris Craft, HVAC manufacturers rep for Target Sales. He covers why:
- your customers will appreciate your expertise
- you don’t have to sell, just educate
- your job is to protect the equipment and improve IAQ
- homeowners want to improve IAQ
- and so much more!
Smart HVAC Businesses Are Putting Techs into IAQ Training
HVAC businesses are beginning to realize the growing awareness and importance of IAQ. Getting their business involved in IAQ starts with training their techs. They know how to install and maintain HVAC systems so that they can keep homes and businesses free of contaminants. By investing in IAQ training for techs, business owners can be sure that their customers will breathe easier – and be more likely to recommend their services to others. In today’s competitive market, it’s smart business to put your HVAC techs into IAQ training.
Training gives your techs the ability to learn how to:
- talk to their customers about IAQ
- assess the quality of the indoor air through testing
- recommend an IAQ scope of work
- install IAQ products
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The Business Benefits of Improving IAQ for Clients
Any business owner knows that happy customers are essential for success. Not only are they more likely to come back, but they’re also more likely to recommend your business to others. That’s why it’s so important to create a pleasant and comfortable environment for your customers. One way to do this is by improving indoor air quality.
Poor air quality can cause a variety of health problems, including headaches, fatigue, and respiratory infections. By ensuring that your business and HVAC techs can improve IAQ, you can help your customers stay healthy and happy. So not only is improving indoor air quality good for your customers, but it’s also good for your bottom line.