Hal Smith, owner of Halco, will speak on Home Performance at ACI's National Home Performance Conference, April 29-May 1 in Detroit, Michigan.
Phelps, NY - March 14, 2014
Halco is pleased to announce that Hal Smith, President was asked to be a speaker for 2 sessions at this year's ACI National Home Performance Conference. Hal will be presenting “The Contractor Experience: Adding a Service Line” on April 29th and "Contractor to Contractor: Growing Your Home Performance Business" on May 1st.
ACI’s National Home Performance Conference is an annual event attracting members of all sectors of the home performance and weatherization industry—contractors, building analysts, utilities, government, and more—for a comprehensive educational agenda, workshops, networking, and the industry’s largest trade show. This year’s event is being held at the Cobo Center in Detroit, MI.
During this session, Hal will be speaking about how his home performance business is the fastest growing segment of his company--it has literally doubled in size over the past 2 and a half years. He will explain how new opportunities in the industry present themselves and how he has blended his home performance business with this renewable energy department. "I am so excited to be presenting because of the passion I have developed for this business," Hal states. "We continue to create ecstatic customers on a daily basis!"
Hal started Halco with his wife, Tammy Smith, in 1984 and has been a constant and primary force in it's development into one of the nation's leading home performance contracting companies. Their primary focus is on providing full energy solutions for residential and commercial clients with an emphasis on quality, service and sustainability. Halco currently employs 150 people and services 23 counties throughout New York State. Contact Halco today for your free estimate!
For more information or if you wish to attend the ACI National Home Performance Conference, please visit the ACI website: www.affordablecomfort.org/national2014.
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