Jackson Systems Receives Three DDA Awards

We are proud to announce that, once again, Jackson Systems received awards in three categories for The NEWS’ 2012 Dealer Design Award (DDA), including a Gold Medal in the Residential Controls category for the T-21 P™ thermostat, a Silver Medal in Ventilation Products category for the VCS Ventilation Control System, and an Honorable Mention in Contractor Services and Software category for The Filter Fetch™.


These winning entries were featured in the July 9 issue of The News  and on the Dealer Design website. Included in the award was the coveted DDA trophies that will serve as reminders to our employees that they are a part of an organization dedicated to innovation and known for creating winning products. Being honored with a DDA is a testament that we are living up to our mission to provide the best quality and most contractor-friendly control products in the industry.


Established in 1926, The Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration NEWS is the HVACR contractor’s weekly newsmagazine and is the industry’s most trusted and utilized direct communications link to the HVACR buyer.  The Dealer Design Awards was created to recognize products designed to ease contractors’ daily workload. The judges evaluated installation, service and maintenance features. Approximately 30 contractor judges examined the 81 product entries and the 39 gold, silver, and bronze winners have been added to the pantheon of Dealer Design champions.


“The annual response we receive from vendors and contractors for the Dealer Design Awards program is amazing. This really is the only contest of its kind in the industry where only contractors make the decision about the award winners. The contractor judges enjoy participating because they can review some relatively new products in the market, thereby occasionally giving their own companies an advantage with some information that their competitors might not yet have,” said Kyle Gargaro, editor-in-chief of The NEWS. “I want to thank the manufacturers that entered their products and services.”


Updated: August 29, 2012 — 2:27 pm

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