State of the High-Performance HVAC Industry

During the Thursday morning, March 31st, the general session NCI CEO Dominick Guarino discussed the state of the High-Performance HVAC Industry and NCI’s role in it.

Rob Falke (left) and Dominick Guarino (far right) present the Small Contractor of the Year award to Ken Dean, Dean’s Heating and Cooling.

He said, “The High-Performance Industry is growing. The term, High-Performance Contractor is being used more and more within our industry – even by other organizations, manufacturers, distributors, utilities, and even government agencies<“

Guarino added that delivered performance is increasingly on the lips of many in the HVAC industry. “They see it as the next sea change that can make systems work better and save energy more than anything else we can do.

Hearn Plumbing and Heating receives the Medium Contractor of the Year Award. Pictured left to right: Rob Falke (NCI), Matthew Griswold, Tom Hearn, and Dominick Guarino (NCI).

“Plus, homeowners are increasingly seeking out companies that can help them solve long-standing performance issues,” he dded. “There is no better time than now to tell the world about what makes you different and that you not only promise to improve the safety, health and comfort of people’s homes. This is a great opportunity for every contractor in this room.”

Don Langston of Aire Rite (center) receives the Large Contractor of the Year Award from Rob Falke (left) and Dominick Guarino of NCI.

Summit 2022 Awards and Recognitions

The highlight of every Summit is the presentation of National Comfort Institute’s annual awards to deserving High-Performance contractors from around the country. Summit 2022 is the 18th year that NCI has recognized excellence in the Performance-Based Contracting™ industry.

Each year, NCI presents three Contractor of the Year Awards based on company size – Small (less than $2 million in volume), Medium ($2 to 6 million), and Large (more than $6 million).

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