ACCA and Pearl Certification Form Partnership to Help Contractors Market Their Investments in Quality
The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) announces that Pearl Certification, a national firm that provides third-party certification of high-performing homes has joined ACCA’s corporate partner program. Pearl’s extensive relationships with real estate professionals help endorse heating, ventilation, and air conditioning contractors (HVAC). This more effectively markets their investments in quality installation and high-performance systems to homeowners and home buyers.
ACCA’s corporate partner program enables HVAC industry suppliers and manufacturers to demonstrate an extraordinary commitment to ACCA members and the contracting industry through year-round support of the association’s activities. The corporate partner program also provides manufacturers and suppliers with increased access to ACCA’s nationwide network of contractors through tailored communications and marketing campaigns throughout the year.
“We welcome Pearl Certification’s commitment to contractors by supporting ACCA,” said Barton James, ACCA president and CEO. “ACCA members invest in training their teams to achieve the highest standards of contracting excellence, but those investments aren’t always apparent to potential customers. Pearl has cracked the code of translating quality work and value-added services into tangible value for homeowners. I encourage contractors to learn more about how Pearl can help them stand out from the crowd and to thank them for supporting ACCA through ACCA’s Corporate Partner Program.”
“Pearl Certification has additional value for contractors that have invested in Quality Assured contractor accreditation,” said Wes Davis, ACCA director of technical services. “The ENERGY STAR Verified HVAC Installation (ESVI) certificates issued by QA contractors improve the Pearl Certification, which increases their value to the homeowner.”
“Pearl respects the crucial role that ACCA plays in supporting quality in the residential HVAC contracting industry,” said Robin LeBaron, Pearl president and COO. “Pearl builds on ACCA’s accomplishments by making the high-quality work and equipment that ACCA promotes more visible and more valuable to homeowners. Working together, Pearl and ACCA will provide new ways for the best HVAC contractors in the U.S. to grow and prosper, in good times and bad.”
For more information about ACCA, please contact Deb Weiner, manager of communications and strategic partnerships at email@example.com or by phone at 703-824-8862.
For more information about Pearl Certification, please contact Lindsay Bachman, communications director at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 412-443-2996.