Anything that can make employees more productive quickly, is welcomed. Over the years, the Water Quality Association (WQA) has developed some great tools that can help a water treatment dealership become productive faster.
WQA offers a variety of materials and services to help new dealerships become productive faster
From hosting annual barbecue, to monthly seminars, to other festive events throughout the year, Nimbus Water Systems is always in search of ways to make their clients feel a part of the family.
From a small mom & pop shop to a large water business
After finding that his warehouse space in LaPorte County, Ind., was not nearly enough anymore, Mark Joachim decided to invest in a storefront to allow a more customer-friendly environment.
Indiana Dealer Opens Storefront
There are roughly 30 water treatment specialists in my general area, and in the time I have lived in my house I never have received a flier, coupon or advertisement from a water treatment dealer. Where exactly are these dealers?
Many of us get hung up on only one or two reasons why people would be interested in our products. Too often, we get in the habit of using these reasons all the time and fail to customize our approach to each individual. Usually, the reasons are saving money for softeners and health for ROs. Are these the only reasons people might be interested? Is everyone interested in these benefits? Not at all. Let's take a look at other reasons that might interest and motivate potential buyers.
Dealers are rightfully concerned about the spread of legislation prohibiting water softener discharge into city sewers and septic systems. Although California is the center of industry efforts to protect the market against arbitrary bans, in the last two years several other states have issued rules prohibiting septic tank discharge.
Nationwide legislation regarding softener discharge impacts dealers
The area in which I live has in the past five to 10 years become very overcrowded. Even though our old roads do not support it, new housing and commercial developments continue popping up on lots that you never thought could hold such construction. A continuous stream of traffic jets by at all hours. No, I don't live in a city. In fact I live in a town that used to be quite small, but somewhere along the way it developed some of the best shopping in the area.