Jackson Systems is proud to promote the Indiana HVAC Association Industry Training & Networking Expo
November 1, 2018 | 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Primo Banquet & Conference Center
2615 National Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46227
Don’t miss an opportunity to connect with contractors and HVAC students while checking out new products from industry manufacturers. Keynote speaker David Helmer from Service Nation, Inc. will discuss “Relentless Recruiting” — learn how to build a recruiting pipeline, attract the kind of employees you want and keep them with you for years.
4:00pm: Registration and Vendor Booths Open
4:30pm: Welcome, Brian Schutt – President of the Indiana HVAC Association
4:35pm: Legal Update, Faegre Baker Daniels
5:00pm: Energy Efficiency, John Gibbons, Bryant
5:15pm: CTE (career technical education) Law Discussion, Emily Savings – Executive Vice President of HARDI
6:00pm: Relentless Recruiting, David Heimer, Service Roundtable Chief Operating Officer
7:00pm: Vendor Expo and Networking
8:00pm: Event ends
For more information or to register, visit https://www.hvacindiana.org/event/industry-training-and-networking-expo/
When you give to Groh Foundation, you are making a life changing donation to a fellow contractor in desperate need. This is because Groh Foundation scholarship recipients have suffered life-altering injuries or accidents and no longer have the ability to go back to their way of life as a plumber, HVAC contractor, remodeler, electrician or other tradesman or tradeswoman.
Here is one of so many of the people Groh has helped — or will help — with a donation, like the one Jackson Systems made at Service World Expo last week. Joseph S. Groh writes,
“On behalf of everyone at the Foundation, I want to thank you for your donation last week at Service World Expo. Your ongoing support helps us assist people like the young woman from Dallas we recently encountered. She was an electrician who wired low voltage systems for HVAC before e an auto accident rendered her a quadriplegic. Because of that, she literally has to take a shower outside (of her home) because they are in need of a bathroom remodel – which they will soon have thanks to donations such as yours. Thanks you!”
Jackson Systems sees our contribution as an honor, not a donation. It is an honor to serve the contractors who have served us as technicians in our own homes, employees, relatives, and/or friends in the industry.
A bathroom remodel is something we all have done to improve our homes. Can you imagine how something like that will benefit this young lady? It will be life-changing for her in improving the quality of her life. What we take for granted, these recipients value so much more. A small gift that supports the needs of contractors like this one is why Groh does what they do.
You, too, can donate to the Groh Foundation and help a contractor in need. To learn how, visit http://www.josephgrohfoundation.org/help.html
The cold weather reminds us it’s time to contact our customers to schedule fall maintenance on their HVAC systems to best prepare the home for winter. You can be sure the heating system will be tested during these cold months.
The most important task to be performed during fall preventive maintenance is to make sure your customer has a safely working heating system and that includes the CO and Smoke Detectors.
Do Your Check the CO and Smoke Detectors on Your Maintenance Calls? You Should!
SAFETY FIRST and ALWAYS! Fall maintenance is the time to check and change the batteries in customer’s smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Show you really care by making sure they have working CO and smoke detectors on EVERY LEVEL of your home. If they don’t, install one!
Jackson Systems offers the most reliable CO and smoke detectors available—for residential and commercial applications. And, imprinting is available on certain models so you can leave your good impression with them. Offer these to your homeowners to ensure their safety and peace of mind during those cold winter months when they are most at risk. View our offering here: https://jacksonsystems.com/search?search=carbon+monoxide
The Honeywell T Series is a portfolio of non-connected, programmable and Wi-Fi connected thermostats. The Honeywell T-series thermostats check every box for contractors for ease of installation and affordability. And, homeowners love that there is a model to meet their everyday comfort desire. But, sometimes today’s desires change to tomorrow’s needs. The T-Series says “No problem! We’ve designed our mounting kit to make upgrading to another model seamless and easy!” All T-series thermostats are backed with Jackson Systems Virtual Assistance for installation and troubleshooting technical support and the Honeywell 5-year warranty.
Honeywell T1 Pro non-programmable thermostat
The T1 Pro is a simple, non-progammable thermostat is for for 24 Vac systems, single stage heat and cool systems or single stage heat pumps without aux heat. Does not have Wi-Fi or programmable options.
The T4 programmable thermostats sets the standard for simple! Available in two options: for stages up to 1 Heat/1 Cool Heat Pumps or 1 Heat/1 Cool Conventional Systems.
This T6 models offer push button programmability for options including:
- · 1H/1C or 2H/1C Heat Pump
- · 2H/2C or 2H/1C Heat Pump
- · 3H/2C Heat Pump or 2H/2C
The Honeywell Lyric T6 Pro Wi-Fi thermostats offer all that is needed in this world of connectivity and convenience including:
- Wi-Fi touchscreen programmable
- C-wire only
- Optional wired indoor/outdoor sensors
- Control from anywhere with the Lyric app
- Geofencing, 7-day, 5-2, 5-1-1 or non-programmable
All of the T-series thermostats offer FREE logo and phone imprinting (directly on the thermostats or on a back plate, depending on the model), exclusively from Jackson Systems. “We’ve been purchasing logo imprinted thermostats from Jackson Systems for almost two decades. They carry all name brands, quick turnaround, great support, and they stand behind their products. I would recommend Jackson for all your thermostat and control orders,” say Greg McAfee, McAfee Heating and Air, Dayton, Ohio.
To help reduce power consumption for tasked energy grids, government agencies and power companies often offer incentives. These are usually seen in the form of instant rebates and/or tax incentives for the use of higher SEER-higher efficiency equipment, programmable thermostats or smart thermostats, and other energy efficient measures like insulating or air duct sealing. Sometimes, these rebates can total more than $1,000 per new system. While it depends on your location or utility company, the service and/or the type of system or equipment purchased, this is something your customers NEED TO KNOW!
Educating customers on the rebates available in your area can serve you well and help you close more system sales. But, not just that, doing so means you’ve done your part as a contractor to help protect our precious energy resources.
Check with your local government and utility company and let your customers know how they can do their part and SAVE MONEY! #consumereducation #energyefficiency #utilitysavings