Post an Interesting Job Photo. Maybe Win $$$

Ladies and Gentleman! It’s time to snap photos of interesting installations you’ve encountered during your daily service runs.  Just snap the picture, then go to this link and upload it. Be sure to include your name and a fun description of what is happening in the photo. It’s that simple.

The AUGUST 2018 High Performance HVAC Photo of the Month Contest is on! We are looking for pictures of a project or installation you’ve encountered in the field that was really superb, not so good, or so bad all you could say was, ‘What the heck?’

We will post your image on the HVACToday.com website starting on July 16th so people who come to the website can vote on their favorites. The person submitting the winning entry will receive a $50 gift card.

The July Winner Was …

Jamie Clark, Synergy Home LLC

Think this is a scam? Well Jamie Clark of Synergy Home Services in  Lexington, KY doesn’t. His photo of a 10-ton Daikin heat pump paired to an air-handler with two five-ton coils was causing his customer energy expense headaches. His entry overwhelming won in the July contest voting and he will be receiving a $50 gift card, courtesy of High Performance-HVAC Today magazine and National Comfort Institute.

You can be a winner as well. Just upload a job photo today!!!

What Do You Need to Enter?

  • A photo (or two) that highlights the installation and what is right (or wrong or “what the heck”) with it.
  • Your contact info
  • A short message that briefly explains what’s going on in the picture.  We will use the message as the heading for the photo, so be creative!

Again — submit everything at this URL: http://ncilink.com/PhotoOfMonth. You can also email your entry. Send it here:

Be sure to enter your information correctly so we can contact you if you win.

Winners will be notified via email, and announced on HVACToday.com and in High Performance HVAC Today magazine. We will also announce them via social media.

So get your entries in NOW!!!

NOTE: By uploading an image you agree that NCI has permission to use the photo(s). Winners will be announced via the HVACToday.com and social media.