All Blog Posts Tagged 'sales' (6)

Looking for home improvement companies to join our dealer network!

My name is Casey Gesell and I'm the Business Development Manager at Dr. Energy Saver, Inc.

Dr. Energy Saver is the nation’s largest and fastest growing home energy retrofit dealership with 100+ dealers in 38 states. Dr. Energy Saver provides home improvement companies with the best hands-on & classroom training, proven sales process, marketing tools, award-winning software, business management tools, proprietary products, organic internet lead generation, and support…


Added by Casey Gesell on October 3, 2014 at 1:59pm — No Comments

Words That Turn Home Energy Pros Into Building Science Dorks

"Ma'am, we've just tested your house and found your infiltration rate to be 16.7 ACH50, your R-values to be only 26% of the IECC…


Added by Allison A. Bailes III on October 18, 2012 at 8:01am — 4 Comments

Spending on PV Equipment in Q2’12; Strong Growth Forecast from 2013 - 16

With the modern innovations made possible through technological breakthroughs, now occurring almost daily, many are becoming increasingly concerned with the negative impact these modern conveniences have on our environment. Never has there been a higher demand for individuals who have gone through solar panels sales training and possess NABCEP Certification.

Most people, when posed with the question of how they can make a positive difference on the environment, are sure to mention…


Added by Fida Hossain on May 7, 2012 at 1:30am — No Comments

Solar Power Moving Forward at Light Speed

Just decades ago, solar power was an idea that had not yet reached its time. However, that has changed dramatically as the global community seeks alternative sources of power. The demand for solar energy rose 40% in just one year alone, making this renewable resource one of the fastest growing industries. The earning potential of businesses involving solar power could be astounding in the near future. Individuals qualified in the industry will no doubt have the advantage over their…


Added by Fida Hossain on May 3, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments

Comfort as a Selling Point

One aspect of the HVAC industry that I believe many contractors are yet to embrace is that of utilizing comfort as a selling point. And by not doing so, they are missing out on potential business and falling farther behind the leaders of the industry. What I mean by this is that, over the past two decades, understanding of the indoor environment, indoor air quality and the interrelation of building systems has increased dramatically. Think AHRAE 55-2010, and the factors effecting human…


Added by Adam Flowers on February 13, 2012 at 12:18pm — 4 Comments

Getting Past the Cost Objection

It's amazing what excuses homeowners will come up with when it comes to avoiding spending money.  Even though I have found that most people in our field truly feel they are helping people, salesmanship (often uneasily) still comes into play based on homeowner perception of sales people (and based on all the BS that floats around out there do you blame them). Getting past objections can sometimes become an art form.


I recently performed a full energy audit on the home of a…


Added by Jon LaMonte on December 20, 2010 at 7:00pm — 7 Comments

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