Residential Service Contractors Are Part of a Booming Industry Seeking Answers to New Struggles

Residential Home Service Contractors have seen a boom in business because people were at home, working remotely, and took that opportunity to upgrade or work on home projects. HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, and Remodeling contractors have been busier than ever. In addition to this boom in business, there have been new challenges in the industry.

A few of the major obstacles facing home service contractors include: 1. Labor shortages in the trades. 2. Supply chain disruptions in labor, raw materials, computer chips, triggering inventory shortages, equipment pricing increases, and uncertainty in manufacturing outputs. 3. New regulations in HVAC equipment efficiencies.

Contractors are looking for answers and guidance on how to navigate through these challenges. Contractors are looking for supply chain partners and business solutions. Contractors are looking for strategies on recruiting, retaining, and developing top talent.

In October, Service World Expo is being held to address some of these issues and to give tools to contractors in HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, and Remodeling to overcome these new challenges. To help contractors continue to grow and become more profitable during this time, Service World Expo is bringing in 42 industry specific speakers, over 200 industry exhibitors, and three amazing keynote speakers including 2-time national champion and first round NFL draft pick Tim Tebow.

Service World Expo is the largest, must-attend conference, trade show, and networking event for residential contractors involved in Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, or Remodeling service who want to ignite growth and performance in their companies. Being held on October 18th-21st, 2022, at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, FL, the event will encompass compelling content, cutting edge educational breakouts, a product showcase that is more tailgate party than tradeshow and out-of-this-world entertainment events.

For more information on Service World Expo, visit, email, or call 844.742.3970.

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