Which Photo Entry Will Win?

We have eight candidate photos waiting for your vote on the High-Performance HVAC Today website. Take a few minutes to check them out and cast a vote for the picture you think should win. You can make someone $25 wealthier.

Vote Today

Voting is easy. Go to https://hvactoday.com/photo-month-voting/ and pick the photo you think is the best.

The August contest is open

until the end of business on

Monday, July 29.

The winning entry will be featured in the August 2020 issue of High-Performance HVAC Today magazine, on the  HVACToday.com, website, and on our social media feeds.

Remember: the winning entry, as voted on by you, will receive a $25 gift card prize.

Kent was last month's winner. You could win today.
Kent Donnelly, Tetra Mechanical

By the way, winners DO happen! Pictured to the right is the July 2020 winner, Kent Donnelly of Tetra Mechanical took first place for his No Cooling Really? WTH entry and is shown holding his $25 gift card. Check it here.

At the end of the year (in December), all the monthly winners will be put into a run-off competition that visitors to HVACToday.com can vote on. The winner of that competition will receive a free registration to Summit 2021 (Up to $795 in value).

You Can Always Submit Photos for our Photo of the Month Contest

By the way: You too have an opportunity to submit a photo for consideration at any time. Here’s what you need to enter:

  • A photo (or two) that highlights the installation and what is right (or wrong or ugly) with it.
  • Your contact info
  • A short message that very briefly explains what’s going on in the picture.  The message area is for the photo title, so be creative!

Go to: http://ncilink.com/PhotoOfMonth

Fill in the information, then upload your photo(s). That’s it!  Be sure to enter your information in correctly so that we can contact you in case you’re the contest winner.

NOTE: By uploading an image you agree that NCI has permission to use the photo(s). Winners are announced via the High-Performance HVAC Today newsletter and on HVACToday.com.