Tekmar backs program

New initiative promotes water-based heating and cooling systems

A Vernon company is endorsing a campaign promoting water-based heating systems.

tekmar Control Systems is supporting the launch of the new Canadian Beautiful Heat website to raise the profile of hydronics.

“We encourage all hydronic heating professionals to register their businesses and experience the benefits of the Beautiful Heat professional program,” said Greg Leupin, tekmar sales and marketing manager.

Hydronics utilizes water for transferring heat for heating and cooling systems in residential, commercial and industrial structures.

Beautiful Heat is a not-for profit organization dedicated to promoting the energy and health benefits of hydronic systems.

Its mission is to raise awareness and knowledge through marketing and education campaigns directed at consumers, installers and suppliers of heating and cooling systems.

The website includes a homeowner section complete with testimonials, an introductory video, the contractor search tool and frequently asked questions.

The professional section, includes information contractors can use to better understand the benefits of hydronic heat, an introductory video and a registration process.

tekmar Control Systems manufacturers heating, ventilation and air conditioning control devices.

Its research, development, manufacturing, and support staff are based out of a facility on Silver Star Road, near Pleasant Valley Road.

 

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