Building HVAC Businesses
For Over 25 Years
For HVAC Contractor Helpline
Please follow the steps below
Submit an online form on our website to request a phone call from Dennis.
Review your current business model with Dennis.
Go over options and solutions with Dennis to help improve your business.
To see if you want to utilize our services, please submit your inquiry. You will not be charged for answers to questions submitted on this site.
HVAC Contractor Solutions
HVAC contractors are one of the most challenged business owners in the economy. They work with complex and sophisticated services and solutions, for residential and commercial settings that require precision, trust and years of expertise.
At HVAC Contractor Solutions we have spent more than a couple of decades working to cultivate solutions that have proven to work based on customer’s needs. Our mission is to resolve the issue at hand and leave you satisfied with the quality of service delivered.
Len C. (Contractor)
After the Bootcamp, it was just a real eye opener. It was a fact that you touched on so many options, so many items. You talked about people, financing, equipment when to hire the right people when …
Randy W. (Contractor)
Fantastic, it was wonderful. There was so much information, especially going into the business for my first year, not knowing what to expect not knowing what you don’t know, right? I went into it and it was …
Ian C. (Daikin Employee)
Judging from the past experiences, I’ve seen that there are many dysfunctional parts of the businesses themselves. Some parts are mis-looked at & potential growth areas which they are not fully aware of themselves coz they’re so …
Meghan W. (Contractor)
Our TM put us with the resources to help guide us through the process of developing & implementing the program to reward our technicians financially for their performance while also allowing us to meet & exceed our …
Stephanie B. (Daikin Employee)
I definitely like how it has changed my relationship with my contractors because I love to be more helpful with helping them run their business than just providing their products from my company and pricing and basics. …
David R. (HVAC/Plumbing Consultant)
Have known these people for years. They are honest with integrity and have a driven desire to help HVACR contractors build their businesses. You can’t go wrong by yes if they experience they are willing to share.
Frequently Asked Questions
A. If a company’s financial information is organized according to the traditional HVAC Retail Chart of Account, there is no need to worry about losing money. To make it simple, here is the formula:
Operating Expense Dollars/Gross Margin% = Break Even $
Then for your minimum Daily Revenue
Break Even/Number of workdays in a year (235) = Daily Minimum Revenue
Served their customers well and grew their closing ratios to over 50%.
The first step is to move away from the presumption that you need to have the lowest price to get business, whether it is service or equipment sales. With one or two adjustments, everyone that we work with raises revenue quickly with one or two simple adjustments, without losing business.
Determine why each call generated a call-back. Of the 6 or 7 reasons that may be possible, there are one or two issues that can probably be managed better.
The right starting place would be to attend a ‘Business Building Boot Camp’. As you experience and gain knowledge from the workshop, you will find ways to resolve issues and learn the proper adjustments to make an impact.
Follow up support is provided for those that attend the entire workshop. Participants will have 2 months of unlimited assistance gratis. If you prefer ongoing consulting, the investment will be only $499.00/month (by phone and Zoom support) On site consulting would be determined by the number of days on site.
What does it take to attract talent? Studies have shown that about 60% of those employed wish they were working somewhere else. Knowing where they are looking is the key to finding good candidates.
Actually overhead is necessary to be profitable. The real question is how to right-size expenses.
There is a false presumption that is common in business; that the more we pay in labor the less that is left over for profit. You can learn how to keep your staff the best paid, while being profitable and still maintain competitive pricing.
You can build a business model that ensures your employees, including technicians will have work all year. This model has been used by thousands of contractors.