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Home Forums RACCA Forum Myths about operating a HVAC business

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    Online contractor publication, IE3, have published an article dispelling three big myths about operating a successful commercial HVAC business.

    The three big myths that the publication try to dispel are: good technicians and team members are hard to find, you (contractors) must have all the answers, and there’s not enough business to go around.

    In regards to the myth that good technicians and team members are hard to find, the article states that this isn’t true and that if contractors are letting negative thoughts like this enter their mind, they’re only putting walls up around their options. The article dispels this myth by pointing out that there is potential for team members everywhere, even outside of the industry and for those people, if they are provided with industry training, the possibilities are endless.

    In regards to the myth that you (contractors) must have all the answers , the article states that this isn’t true as having this belief hurts contractors as it can hold them back from growing. The article dispels this myth by pointing out that even the most successful business owners don’t know everything. The solution is to hire people with skills that can fill the gaps or weak spots, and to network with other contractors to get advice and feedback.

    In regards to the myth that there’s not enough business to go around, the article states that this isn’t true as there is always activity and needs to be fulfilled, and contractors who perform at a high level will always have work.

    IE3’s article can be read in full here.

     

    What are your thoughts on these three big myths? Do you think they are myths or reality? How would you bust these myths? Feel free to login and comment below.

     

     

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