I attended an HVAC convention about a month ago, where they introduced the latest cooling tech.
The reason the air conditioning business I worked for sent me to represent them was so that I could help implement the same in the company.
The week-long stay was intense but also fun. I learned a lot about the new cooling products in the market and how much more efficient they were. I had been working with other veteran air conditioning experts at the company to develop processes and strategies to implement the new systems. First, we held a training session with every cooling workman in attendance so they could learn more about the latest technology in HVAC units. Since they are our first point of contact with the customer, the technicians must be aware of the new things in the industry. They would implement the tech when doing air conditioning repairs and report back on their findings and observations. Once the training was complete, we fully onboarded the new tech. We saw a positive response from our customers. Air conditioning tune-up requests increased, and so did the sale of air filters. People with respiratory diseases, allergies, and so on wanted the new indoor air cleaning system in their homes. It was also for any homeowner who wished to do it since the tech would install it alongside the central air conditioning system. We also took the opportunity to remind home, and business owners of the basic things, such as air conditioning service being fundamental across all air conditioning installs. Every quality air conditioner, regardless of its technology, needs to run optimally and for more years.