Peirce-Phelps partners with Grand Hall

Peirce-Phelps, an HVAC distributor, and Grand Hall, the manufacturer of the Eternal hybrid water heater, have teamed up to offer dealers in Pennsylvania, central and southern New Jersey, and Delaware a better solution for endless hot water.

PHILADELPHIA — Peirce-Phelps, an HVAC distributor, and Grand Hall, the manufacturer of the Eternal hybrid water heater, have teamed up to offer dealers in Pennsylvania, central and southern New Jersey, and Delaware a better solution for endless hot water. The company will carry the entire Eternal product line: the GU100, GU145S, GU195S, and GU195M.

“We are very excited to bring to our dealers a truly innovative product that combines the best of tank and tankless water heaters and meets both performance and energy conservation needs of the homeowner,” commented David Lamb, product manager at Peirce-Phelps. “We believe the Eternal hybrid water heaters will give the dealers who propose them to their customers a significant advantage over traditional offerings, and will address an unfilled need that exists midway between the traditional tank and tankless markets. We encourage dealers to review the benefits of this innovative product with our branch staff or their territory manager, so they do not miss out on this great opportunity to offer something new to their homeowners.”

Paul Home, vice-president of product and marketing for Eternal hybrid water heaters, shares Lamb’s enthusiasm about the new business relationship.

Home said, “We are very pleased to partner with Peirce-Phelps because of their strong reputation in the industry and their commitment to customer service.”

The Eternal rebate program for end-users that runs from April 23–Sept. 1, 2012 will help local dealers stimulate sales in their region. All dealers should attend a local training session and view installation videos online at www.eternalwaterheater.com/training before their first installation. For more product details and a training class schedule, contractors should contact a Peirce-Phelps representative.

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