Author: FieldPulse Team

HVAC Lead Generation: Turning Neighbors Into Profits

Going from one job to the next, providing a solution that today’s world demands. This is one thing that HVAC professionals have in common. But what if you could take one job and turn it into many more? The opportunity is out there, if you embrace it, to take HVAC lead generation to the next...

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What’s New in HVAC Chiller Technology?

HVAC chiller product design is reaching new federal mandates for energy efficiency. These regulations have changed the way manufacturers service their products as well as their design.   New Technology, New Chillers     York’s YMC2 Centrifugal Magnetic Drive Chiller Water chillers are the strength behind HVAC cooling systems. Chilled water is distributed to coils...

What to Know as Angie’s List and Home Advisor Merge

On May 1, 2017, the parent company of Home Advisor, IAC, and Angie’s List announced they had reached terms to combine Angie’s List with Home Advisor in a $500 million deal to create a new company called ANGI Homeservices Inc. In making the announcement, IAC was quick to share their plans to maintain the two...

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Telephone Etiquette for Contractors in a New World

A little over a year ago, Forbes released a report on JP Morgan Chase’s offer to eliminate voicemail for their estimated 250,000 employees located at 5600+ branches across the country. Who took the offer? Roughly two-thirds of the personnel. Dig a little deeper, and you’ll find that 47% of their workforce is age 35 and younger....

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Following Up: The Only Way to Close the Deal

“I thought they were going with another contractor.” “I didn’t think they were ready to commit to the job.” “I figured they felt that our rates were too high for them.” “I didn’t feel like it was appropriate to pressure them into the sale.” “They’ll call me when they’re ready for me to start.”  ...

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The 10 Most Common Causes of On-Site Accidents for Contractors

Accidents in the workplace are going to happen. Although contractors and their work crew spend long hours in classes to acquire safety certifications and even put ironclad protection methods into place, all the training and safe practices in the world do not account for human error. Somebody forgets to secure a stepladder. Someone else left...