Dale’s Heating & Air Receives 2018 President’s Award From Carrier

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Pictured from left, Chris Nelson and David Myers with Carrier, Dale Taylor and Chris Coleman with Dale's Heating & Air, and Mitchell Johnson and Matt Pine with Carrier
Pictured from left, Chris Nelson and David Myers with Carrier, Dale Taylor and Chris Coleman with Dale's Heating & Air, and Mitchell Johnson and Matt Pine with Carrier

Dale’s Heating & Air was named a recipient of the 2018 President’s Award from Carrier. The award provides recognition for dealers in the heating, ventilating and air-conditioning industry. Dealers were honored at a ceremony held in Orlando, Fl. 

One of Carrier’s highest honors for its dealers, the President’s Award, is given to Carrier Factory Authorized Dealers who achieve excellence in product promotions and delivered superior customer satisfaction. Recipients of this award demonstrate operational excellence, business effectiveness and the delivery of cutting-edge technology to its customers, said officials. 

Dale’s Heating & Air specializes in HVAC installation, repair, maintenance, and cleaning for residential homes in the Chattanooga area. In addition, Dale’s services comfort systems in Hixson, Collegedale, Cleveland, and Ooltewah. 

“The 2018 Carrier President’s Award winners have demonstrated excellence in providing customers with outstanding service as ambassadors of our industry,” said Chris Nelson, president, North America HVAC Systems & Service. “The award further establishes these companies as leaders in their communities and serves as an example to all Carrier dealers of how HVAC businesses can thrive in any region.” 

To learn more about Dale’s Heating & Air and its heating and cooling products and services, call 509-8787 or visit www.justcalldales.com.


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