Learning more about eco-friendly whole home heating at a trade show

I am not a fan of trade shows, but my new job requires me to attend them as part of the company strategy. The last one I heard had many companies represented, including several from the heating industry. The trade fair’s theme had something to do with sustainability, which most of our investors were looking to engage in. I interacted with a heating company that had sent an HVAC professional team to show their new heating systems promoting sustainability. One was a heat pump, and the heating dealer explained how it works and why it’s the future. I also learned more about heating without wasting energy and the convenience of the smart thermostat as a feature for every home and not just the exclusively rich. I had gone to the fair expecting to find companies sharing what they were doing about sustainability in their companies and did not expect to find innovative products. I asked the heating technician if their clients could change or upgrade to the heat pump installation, and he lit up to explain how that was possible and a good decision. When I presented my findings to our company after the fair, several people were interested in finding new whole home heating options, especially if they promised lower energy costs and low-cost heater maintenance, all while offering efficient help with indoor comfort. I didn’t have enough money to upgrade myself, but I had already started a savings plan to change my central HVAC to a hybrid system in the next three years. Meanwhile, I am doing my best to manage my energy bills using my thermostat and other manual techniques.


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