Learn about hydronic systems at this Mississauga, ON breakfast event, Sept. 14
This breakfast event at the International Centre is FREE to Canadian Contractor subscriber contractors
September 1, 2017 by canadiancontractor
If you’re ready to learn more about hydronic heating and cooling systems – and you can get to Mississauga, Ontario for breakfast on Sept. 14 – Canadian Contractor has a terrific opportunity for you. And it’s FREE for Canadian Contractor subscribers!
This special seminar will help you to sell your renovation or custom home build clients on the design, efficiency and health benefits of hydronic heating and cooling systems.
Our breakfast speaker, Robert Bean, is one of Canada’s foremost indoor climate engineering experts with a passion for the efficiencies and design benefits of hydronic systems in residential applications. Robert is from Calgary and an “in-demand” speaker on the mechanical, sustainability and healthy living environment circuit. He recently drew a standing room only crowd at the Ontario Building and Renovation Forum.
Robert will discuss the realities of selling hydronic systems to homeowner and provide you with information to help you exceed client expectations on their renovation or custom build.
Following the breakfast session you will be invited to tour over 50 exhibits at the trade show to see the newest technologies from boilers to insulation, new low temperature radiators, towel warmers and snow melt systems. Exhibitors will be happy to answer any questions that you have.
Again, this is NO CHARGE event for Canadian Contractor contractors with LIMITED SEATING.
The event is being produced by our sister magazine, HPAC.
DATE: September 14
VENUE: International Centre 6900 Airport Road Mississauga (ample free parking)
TIME: Breakfast session begins at 9:00 AM.
Exhibit hall tour is from 10:00 to 10:45
To register please use this link https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/builder-breakfast-at-modern-hydronics-summit-2017-tickets-37063227110
Please contact Peter Leonard at HPAC magazine if you have any questions. Peter can be reached at 416-510-6847