Summit Heating and Air Conditioning Completes Advanced Training Session with Daikin – Leaders in HVAC Industry Technology - Reuters


Summit Heating and Air Conditioning Completes Advanced Training Session with Daikin – Leaders in HVAC Industry Technology

Summit Heating and Air Conditioning Completes Advanced Training Session with Daikin – Leaders in HVAC Industry Technology

Mon Apr 1, 2019 - 04:00am UTC

Summit Heating and AC recently took over 80% of their service department to participate in intensive training with industry technology leader, Daikin, in their state-of-the-art 4.2 million square foot facility located just outside of Houston, TX.  Daikin is the world’s largest air conditioner manufacturer.

Denver, CO – March 31, 2019

Continuing education is a vital part of the success of any business. This holds true even more so in an industry that changes as rapidly in technology as heating and air conditioning. The difficulty with this is finding the time, whether it’s having employees continue their training in the evenings or pulling them out of the field during the day. These are challenges that many HVAC companies avoid by simply not providing continuing education to their employees.

One company in the Denver metro area refuses to succumb to the temptation of allowing their technicians to fall behind the times to save a buck. Summit Heating and Air Conditioning recently blocked out over 80% of their service department to spend 2 days in Houston, Texas for an advanced training session. This intensive training took place with industry technology leaders Daikin in their state of the art 4.2 million square foot facility. These technicians are now well versed in new systems that are being offered – the types of systems that most companies are still unaware of. This includes the new VRV Life system that allows homeowners to experience comfort in every room of the home, even if there is no ductwork to a specific room.

When it comes to this kind of specialized training, not all companies are treated equally. Summit Heating and Air Conditioning was chosen because of its commitment to quality and exemplary track record with homeowners. When a global brand like Daikin puts its brand and reputation in the hands of a contractor, they don’t do so lightly and should be a major consideration in any home project.

When looking for the right HVAC company, it’s essential to find a company that invests in the long-term success of its technicians. This will ensure that clients are taken care of for years to come and not left in the past while there are so many advances being made in home comfort.

For more information about Summit Heating and Air Conditioning or your HVAC equipment, you can contact Summit Heating and Air Conditioning at (720)870-1580, or visit their website:

Contact Info:
Name: Doug Wyatt, Co-Owner
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Organization: Summit Heating & AC
Address: 8101 Shaffer Pkwy, Littleton, CO 80127
Phone: 720-870-1580

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