HVAC Comfortech 2008 Features ‘Sustainability in the Residential Market: Running with the Green Machine’

Aug. 19, 2008

HVAC Comfortech 2008, to be held September 10-13 in Atlanta, GA, will feature five seminar sessions focusing on green contracting in the residential and light commercial HVAC markets.
Contractors attending these sessions will have an opportunity to learn why and how to implement green strategies and procedures in their companies.
The Sustainability Sessions include the following:

•Survival Strategies for 2009: Become Lean, Green & Mean, by Steve Saunders, Tempo Mechanical
• Selling Comfort in a Green World, by Benson Green, Benson’s Heating & Air Conditioning, Tallahassee, FL, and Vicki LaPlant, Vital Learning Experiences (VLE), Pottsboro, TX
• LEED®, Energy Star and the Residential HVAC Contractor, by Ellis Guiles, TAG Mechanical, Syracuse, NY
• Get in the Green with Precision Combustion Efficiency Tune-Ups, by Jim Davis, National Comfort Institute, Sheffield Lake, OH
• Selling Service Agreements in a Green World, by Andrew Oser, Cropp-Metcalfe, Fairfax, VA.
HVAC Comfortech is the HVAC industry’s premier national seminar program and product showcase for the residential and light commercial contractor. This key industry event is produced and managed by Contracting Business magazine. It will be held September 10-13, 2008, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.
To register or for more information, visit www.hvaccomfortech.com or call 216/931-9550.