Aeroseal Adds CertainPath to Strategic Industry AlliancesKevin Dugan
Agreement is Latest Addition to Aeroseal’s Ongoing Contractor Support
Miamisburg, Ohio – June 22, 2022 – As part of Aeroseal’s ongoing support for contractors, the company recently signed an agreement with CertainPath to join its community of manufacturers and service providers. CertainPath, formerly known as Success Group International, is part of a strategic mix of member organizations and industry associations Aeroseal participates in to help home service contractors across the nation build their business.
Some of Aeroseal’s alliances with, and memberships in, key industry organizations include:
“The CertainPath alliance is an example of the comprehensive support we provide each of our Aeroseal dealers.”
“It’s no coincidence that many of our top-performing Aeroseal dealers are members of at least one of these organizations,” said Gary Hess, vice president of Aeroseal’s residential business. “We’re constantly looking at ways we can help contractors build their businesses. The CertainPath alliance is an example of the comprehensive support we provide each of our Aeroseal dealers.”
Beyond Buyer Groups
While industry member groups provide different levels of support, training, and resources for contractors, Aeroseal aligns itself with groups dedicated to fostering contractor success, consistent with Aeroseal’s own dealer development program. The team has a range of tools, training, and resources to support each dealer every step of the way, with content designed to help owners, sales, and technicians succeed.
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About CertainPath: CertainPath has been building successful home service businesses for 23 years. Formerly known as Success Group International, CertainPath provides contractors with a proven path to success, professional coaching, software solutions, and a member community of 1,000+ strong.
About Aeroseal: Aeroseal’s duct sealing technology is used by more than 700 contractors across the globe decreasing HVAC energy waste to lower utility bills while increasing indoor air quality and comfort. Together they’ve already completed nearly 200,000 seals, saving up to $2 billion in energy waste.