Month: January 2013

Service CSI: Who Killed the Sale

When we decided to develop our own programs here at Jackson Systems, like the temperature controls systems we manufacture and the FilterFetch program, the decision was made to go direct to the HVAC contractor. This ensures we can offer the best products and best service to our clients.   We want you to have a […]

Business Strategies for Today’s Contractor Workshop

Jackson Systems will be hosting a business strategies workshop featuring Frank Besednjak on March 12 at our Indianapolis headquarters. This all day seminar is designed to increase overall business performance by offering participants new methods, ideas and strategies that will increase employee performance, improve profitability and increase customer loyalty. Frank has many, many years of […]

Getting Social

At Jackson Systems, we are very social people. All employees are encouraged to network with our clients and prospects by providing relevant information and timely news on the HVAC industry and events. We enjoy the wonderful responses we receive from our followers and want to thank you all for sharing the great ideas, suggestions and […]

I’ve Got an Idea

If you are attending the ACCA show in Orlando this year, don’t forget to attend the “I’ve Got an Idea” session on March 1. Many ACCA participants look forward to this session every year. We have standing room only at last year’s event. This year’s “I’ve Got an Idea” will feature host Vince DiFilippo and […]

Regional Standards Lawsuit Settlement Reached

The American Public Gas Association (APGA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) have filed a settlement agreement in the ongoing lawsuit over regional efficiency standards. Intervening parties in the lawsuit, including the Heating, Air-conditioning, and Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) and Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), now have 10 days to file a response […]

Washington and California New State Laws Require Carbon Monoxide Detectors in 2013

Effective Jan. 1, 2013 state law in California will require carbon monoxide detectors in all condominiums and apartments with fossil-fuel burning appliances.   The law now applies to landlords, tenants, condominium owners and Homeowner Associations. Click here for more information on the new California law:   Washington State has also passed its own law about […]

GO BANANAS! By Steve Coscia

A fresh start – isn’t that what everyone wants at the beginning of a New Year? People crave a chance to wipe the slate clean and begin anew with no reminders or guilt about the past. Having an opportunity to start over again is a wonderful gift don’t squander it. This year, I urge service professionals […]