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Dave and Dan Squires
SWE Breakout Speakers
How Managing Your Maintenance Program Differently Can Make You More Profitable

Learn how contractors miss opportunities and greater profits by the assumptions they accept about maintenance programs. Dave will share practices, efficiencies, and profitable solutions that his HVAC & Plumbing company has created by running theirs very differently than what is commonly taught.

About David Squires

David Squires has been involved in HVAC and Plumbing Contracting for over forty-four years. Besides being the founder and CEO of Contractor’s Online-Access, he is also a co-owner with his brother Daniel, of their family HVAC & Plumbing business, Vincent’s Heating and Plumbing in Port Huron Michigan.  He has been invited to speak to contractors at conferences and training organizations including Comfortech, CMX/Ciphex (Canada), Service World, and AHR. David has been featured in and contributed articles for Contracting Canada, Contracting Business, and the ACHR News.

Industry Background

  • Owner of a successful residential HVAC and Plumbing contracting business.
  • 40 years in the plumbing, heating and air conditioning industries.
  • Named a 2015 Top HVAC Industry Influencer by Contracting Business
  • 2009 & 2010 Winner Contracting Business’ Dealer Design Award for Software and Services.
  • 1991 Contracting Business Inventor of the Year.
  • B.S., Business Administration and Heating and Air Conditioning, Ferris State University.
  • Served on the ARI subcommittee for Rules of Refrigerant Recovery Devices.
  • Founded Contr@ctor’s Online-Access, Inc. in March 2000.

Currently working with over 400 HVAC, Electrical, & Plumbing contractors, helping them successfully use the Internet and traditional media to market their business

About Daniel Squires

Daniel Squires became the president of Vincent’s Heating & Plumbing of Port Huron, MI when his father, Ray Squires, retired in 2002. He is also involved with product development and marketing for Online-Access of which he is co-owner with his brother, David Squires.

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