We often think of our homes as a safe haven, shielding us from the outside world. Most people take the air they breathe at home or at the office for granted. But more often than not – even with the many fumes produced from factories and cars – your indoor air quality is much worse than the air beyond your walls. And the quality of that air can have an enormous impact on your health.
Talking with your customers about their heating and cooling issues is likely something you do on a daily basis. After all, customers come to you for your expertise and trust that you will be able to identify, and resolve, any problems with their heating or cooling system in a cost-effective and timely manner. On the other hand, talking to your customers about indoor air quality might be a new topic for you as an HVAC technician. Fear not, we’ve prepared this effective guide for you showing you the best ways to recommend air purifiers to your customers.
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