Aeroseal Taps 20-Year Industry Veteran to Lead Commercial TeamKevin Dugan
Tim Burnette to lead business group in response to industry demand
Miamisburg, Ohio – December 3, 2019 – Aeroseal has appointed Tim Burnette, Vice President of Commercial Sales. This strategic hire is in direct response to demand from commercial contractor firms and energy service companies (ESCOs) looking for smarter ways to increase energy-saving efficiencies in buildings for municipalities, universities, schools, and hospitals as well as military, federal, hospitality and other commercial segments.
As Vice President of Aeroseal’s Commercial business, Burnette is responsible for all domestic and international commercial sales activities. He has a broad background and expertise in sales, marketing, and operations – as a sales leader and general manager.
“This strategic hire is in direct response to commercial contractor firms and ESCOs looking for smarter ways to increase energy-saving efficiencies in buildings”
Prior to joining Aeroseal, Burnette held various leadership roles in the HVAC and building industries, including KONE, Victaulic and NIBCO. He focuses on creating sustainable revenue growth by building sales teams, implementing processes, scaling businesses and creating long-term customer partnerships.
Burnette has more than 20 years of experience with a track record of sustainable growth and profitability improvement. He is a recognized leader known for his expertise in complex sales and for building high-performance teams.
Burnette holds two B.A. degrees from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas in Asian Studies/Mandarin Chinese and Chinese History. He also holds an MBA from The University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business with an emphasis in Strategic Management.
About Aeroseal LLC Aeroseal’s innovative duct sealing technology is relied on by ESCOs and commercial contractors to ensure projects reach their energy conservation goals efficiently and effectively. Aeroseal seals leaks from the inside of HVAC ductwork by injecting a fog of aerosolized sealant particles into pressurized duct systems. The sealant automatically locates and precisely seals air leaks, while Aeroseal measures and records results.
Aeroseal’s patented technology was developed in 1994 with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and the EPA. Today Aeroseal has more than 700 dealers across the globe who have sealed more than 150,000 projects, realizing $500 million in energy savings. For more information, visit us online, on LinkedIn or on Twitter.
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News Media Contact Kevin Dugan, Aeroseal, Director of Marketing Communications 937-478-4602 or kevinDOTduganATaerosealDOTcom