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What to Know About the Upcoming HVAC Efficiency and Refrigerant Regulation Changes

April 27, 2022

Regulatory Affairs Expert Allison Skidd Breaks Down the Details

It’s no secret that 2023 is going to be a big year in HVAC. The looming efficiency changes from the U.S. Department of Energy, plus the refrigerant transition set to take place not long after, mean changes to how contractors do business. And without careful attention, these new regulations can impact your bottom line.

We asked Allison Skidd, Senior Manager of Regulatory Affairs at Rheem Manufacturing,

Behind the Brand: Rheem at Work Campaign in the Making

March 30, 2022

Day in and day out, HVAC contractors are on top of their game, hard at work solving problems. Customers expect you to show up, knock out the job—and their HVAC problems—at the drop of a hat.

It takes supreme dedication, and often a lot of blood, sweat and tears behind the scenes, to turn a problem into a success, run a business and keep your own work teams and family happy, motivated and experts in their field.

Pro Partner Conference Sponsors Weigh In on Industry Support and Innovation

January 26, 2022

Running an HVAC business is no easy job. It’s often an all-hands-on-deck kind of job, where working with partners both inside and outside of HVAC is required to keep things running smoothly, customers happy and employees feeling good, too.
Come March 2022, Rheem is honored to bring together elite HVAC business owners from across the country and the key industry players that help them successfully manage their businesses at the 2022 Pro Partner International Conference in Las Vegas.

Opportunity Knocks: Part 2: One Industry, Many Careers. Explore More HVAC Pathways to Success

June 16, 2021

With help and guidance from the Rees Scholarship Foundation in Part 1 of this series, starting a career in the HVAC industry as a technician can be a great career choice for those interested in job security, unlimited growth, and continuous personal and professional development.
The HVAC industry also extends beyond technicians, yielding a variety of exciting professional pathways that all stem from the essential status of keeping people comfortable and safe in their living,

4 Ways Your Business Can Attract the Millennial Consumer

April 13, 2021

The millennial generation, i.e. those born between 1981 and 1996, has officially overtaken Baby Boomers as America’s largest living adult generation, according to Pew Research.

For HVAC business owners, this statistic is something to seriously consider as you find ways to attract and retain new customers. With millennials landing between the ages of 25 to 40 years old, it’s safe to assume that they are, or will soon be, a large portion of your homeowner customer base.

Social Media Expert Weighs in on Best Practices for HVAC Businesses

March 19, 2021

If you knew that more than half (54%) of social browsers used social media to research products, would that change your business’ strategy to how you approach social media?

No matter the industry, a business or brand can gain numerous benefits when they’re active on social media. Not only are they staying top of mind among their current customers and local business community but they’re also increasing awareness of their business with new consumers,

No End to Education: Trainings and NATE Certifications Are Vital for Growth

February 25, 2021

As legendary basketball coach John Wooden often said, “It’s what you learn after you know it all that counts.”

Continued education, training and certifications can be important in any industry—and the HVAC industry is no exception. In fact, it’s arguably more important than ever given the advancements being made in heating and cooling systems and higher demands in customer satisfaction. As manufacturers, we know first-hand the speed at which we need to innovate and evolve,

3 Opportunities HVAC Businesses Can Carry into 2021

January 22, 2021

The last 12 months have been a transformative time. Aspects of our everyday lives have shifted and changed, but through it all, the HVAC industry, including Rheem Pros across the country, have stayed part of the frontlines.

For HVAC businesses, adapting to challenges and reimagining essential parts of your business model—such as training, safety, marketing, service plans and much more—have been crucial for continuing operations and moving forward in today’s climate. And while a lot of us were eager to close the book on 2020,

Digital Experiences Modernize HVAC Training

January 19, 2021

In the past, organizations have struggled to entice people or create excitement when it comes to careers in HVAC. Recently, the boom of digital learning is supporting industry-leading companies like Rheem in reviving interest, drawing in a new generation of professionals and efficiently preparing workers for essential HVAC jobs.

Training in the Age of Digital Natives

According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2020, 59% of the available U.S. workforce was between the ages of 19-39.

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