Home Performance Contractor Conversations

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Home Performance Contractor Conversations

Time: December 14, 2011 from 12pm to 1:15pm
Location: Web Based Event
Street: Post Office Box 20896
City/Town: Boulder
Website or Map: http://www.ableideas.net/Regi…
Phone: 720.771.1708
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Stephen Michael Self
Latest Activity: Dec 12, 2011

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Selling Comfort in the Home

Join us on this webinar for conversations with home performance contractors and industry experts on communicating the benefits and business case for home performance energy upgrades.  Our focus during this webinar series is on communicating the value and benefits of whole house home performance.

http://www.ableideas.net/Register.html

Home Performance can be complicated to explain, but effective communication can produce the leads and sales you are looking for. Discover ways to improve your close rate and generate leads by presenting simple ideas that move customer’s to action. You will learn how to talk to homeowner’s about why home performance is the right option and why simply blowing insulation is not.

You will learn how to communicate home performance benefits in your marketing materials and website as well as face to face with the homeowner. We'll share tips and techniques that you can start using right away and by the end of the discussion you will be able to spin tough customer questions into your sales presentation.

http://www.ableideas.net/Register.html
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