HVAC Comfortech 2009, set for Nashville, TN, Sept. 23-26, is in the planning stages. The show's theme — Grow. Succeed. Dominate. — will offer ideas from 16 well-known industry business owners and consultants, to help HVAC residential contractors experience meaningful business growth in their respective markets.

Robert Nelson, CEO, Bud's Heating & Air Conditioning, Yorktown, VA, and two of his employees attended their first HVAC Comfortech in Atlanta in 2008, and they're glad they did.

“I was impressed by the entire HVAC Comfortech experience. The seminars, product displays, and the variety of vendors really impressed me,” Nelson says.

“We purchased some estimating software, and have made double-digit percentage returns by using it. We learned about whole house indoor air quality, and are now able to dig a little deeper with our IAQ presentations to customers.”

John Barnes, owner/president, Barnes Heating & Air, Inc., Gulfport, MS, says he benefits from the business-building ideas HVAC Comfortech always provides.

“I get a chance to see some things people are doing in other markets, and use them here for a few months, until my competitors figure out what I'm doing,” Barnes says. “I buy from out-of-town vendors, and use ideas that are unique to my area.”

Contractors who register prior to the Early Bird deadline of June 30 will receive gifts from HVACProfitboosters.com and Service Roundtable.

Visit hvaccomfortech.com to register or to obtain additional information.