I’m Thomas Eder, the founder of HVAC Engines.

I teach HVAC marketing and show HVAC companies how to take control of their online marketing and build a profitable lead generation "engine" that feeds your HVAC business qualified leads while you sleep.

In July of 2015 as head of marketing for a local HVAC contractor, I helped the company go from debt and uncertainty to over $140,000/month in residential equipment installs and service contracts in just under five months using the simple strategies I share with you here.

In 2017 I took the strategies I developed as head of marketing and founded HVAC Engines. I now work with HVAC contractors full time to help them generate more leads and grow their business.

Why do you call it an engine?

HVAC leads (phone calls, emails, referrals etc.) are the engine of your HVAC business, and without them, you're going nowhere fast. 

An HVAC Engine is a reliable, efficient lead generation "engine" that get's your business from A to B. When you have your commercial lead generation under control there's no more stressing or worrying about when the next bid or quote opportunity is going to come around. No more waiting for referrals or grinding over bids you need to win to stay afloat.

You can say no to the bad jobs you don't want because you know with certainty a good one is right around the corner.

That’s the power of an HVAC Engine.

What should I do next?

I’d start with reading the blog and seeing if any of my simple strategies can make a difference for your business. They are quick and easy to implement and might be all you need to start getting more HVAC leads and phone calls.

Take a look, implement some of the strategies, and let me know how you do!

Can you help me?

You bet! I work directly with HVAC contractors big and small from around North America on a daily basis helping them to grow their business with my simple marketing strategies proven in the real world, with real businesses just like yours.

You can get in touch by emailing tom@hvacengines.com.



Thomas Eder

HVAC Engines