Well, January 1st has come and gone, and it’s now official. R-22 may no longer be manufactured in or imported to the United States. As usual, a few news outlets have capitalized on the news with headlines like:
You probably didn't get into HVAC or plumbing because you are excited about IP addresses and wireless routers. But thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart home technology, you may need to familiarize yourself with these topics and more.
It's that time of year where kids are trying to figure out if they made Santa's naughty or nice list. We thought it would be fun to figure out what kind of HVAC extended warranties program provider that Santa would put on the naughty vs. nice list. We've broken it down for you.
JB Warranties enjoyed another terrific year at the HARDI Annual Conference. While we were busy working the booth and talking to new and potential partners, a lot of amazing sessions were held. Did you attend any of them?
Have you read the recent article on achrnews.com covering different aspects of the EGIA 2019 event? A section about Drew Cameron's breakout session and his point about customer experiences grabbed my attention.
Can you believe it? Thanksgiving is merely days away. Some of you are probably traveling, while others are preparing to welcome friends and family into your homes. It’s a wonderful time for people to come together and enjoy one another’s company while reflecting upon the truly important things in life.
If you’ve been working in the HVAC industry for a while, you’ve probably heard that the cost to acquire a new residential customer is between $200 to $300. Where did that new customer acquisition cost come from? Contractors need to work with real numbers to plan for their business, not just something your buddy’s dad’s cousin mentioned to your sister’s husband.
To help business owners understand the actual cost to acquire a new customer, we commissioned a study to uncover the real costs that HVAC contractors face when attracting new residential business. In this post, we’ll share what we learned.