Home Ventilating Institute at HVAC Comfortech

The Home Ventilating Institute (HVI) has partnered with the 2007 HVAC Comfortech Seminar & Showcase, the premier residential and light commercial HVAC forum. HVI will produce a series of educational seminars focused on ventilation and indoor air quality. “HVI’s goal is to increase awareness of ventilation as the primary solution to indoor air quality problems through seminars and business opportunity presentations,” says HVI Chairman Ola Wettergren, President, Fantech. “This is clearly the best opportunity HVI and its members have ever had to advance the value of residential ventilation for healthier living.” HVAC Comfortech runs September 25-29, 2007 at America’s Center, St. Louis, MO. HVI will sponsor a seminar track, “Putting the ‘V’ Back in HVAC” on Friday, September 28, which includes four educational and informational sessions on ventilation issues: — Ventilation: The Best Solution to Improve Indoor Air Quality will explain the key role that proper ventilation plays in controlling indoor air quality and discuss how HVAC contractors can increase customer satisfaction and business opportunities with ventilation products. — Building Codes, Ventilation Rates & Certified Ventilation Performance will help HVAC professionals understand building and energy codes and requirements and learn the value of ventilation products that have been rated for airflow, sound, and energy performance. — The Key to Ventilation Solutions that Work explains the fundamentals of how to properly design and install ventilation products and provides information on ventilation education and training opportunities for HVAC professionals and others. — The Best Solution to Improve Indoor Air Quality is a panel discussion with installing contractors, ventilation experts, and builders, who will discuss how they have added value and increased sales through ventilation sales. For details, and to register for the 2007 Comfortech Seminar and Showcase, visit www.hvi.org/comfortech.html. Members of HVI and those referred by HVI will receive a reduced registration rate. For more information, contact HVI at [email protected]

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