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ClimateMaster, HomeSphere, Inc. Strike Building Deal

ClimateMaster and HomeSphere, Inc. have entered into a joint agreement to offer ClimateMaster Geothermal heat pump systems to HomeSphere's network of builders using HomeSphere's technology-driven solutions. Colorado-based HomeSphere connects the residential construction community to enhance the way they do business through technology-driven solutions.

ClimateMaster joins more than 75 manufacturing brands currently using HomeSphere's BRI lead generation and marketing program to produce new builder leads and strengthen existing business, thus growing their market share through increased homebuilder sales.

“BRI gives ClimateMaster a unique opportunity to reach a much larger builder base,” says John Bailey Jr., ClimateMaster senior vice president of Sales and Marketing. “This partnership provides us with added sales tools and contacts to supplement our sales efforts in the new residential construction market.”

BRI is a unique builder rebate management and building product manufacturer lead generation application serving the residential construction industry. Manufacturers use the BRI service to open sales channels with thousands of homebuilders and remodeling contractors, gaining inroads to new accounts and building recognition for their products and services. Builders gain product knowledge and manage their cash-producing rebates, helping them to improve their bottom line.

“ClimateMaster provides BRI homebuilders with both an innovative product and a commitment to customer service,” according to Chris Toth, vice president of Sales for HomeSphere. “This partnership will allow ClimateMaster to expand and strengthen its relationship with the residential homebuilding industry,” Toth says.

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