WARWICK, R.I. — Viessmann held an open house at its U.S. headquarters in Warwick, R.I. on September 10. The event was attended by over 250 contractors, engineers and wholesalers from all over the Northeast.
The open house kicked off the heating season in style. The program included a facility and warehouse tour, an extensive training schedule, live-fire demonstration of Viessmann products, and a catered BBQ lunch.
New products, such as the Vitocrossal 300 gas fired condensing boiler and the Vitocell 100 DHW solar tank, were introduced to partners in attendance. Attendees were also shown the Vitomobile, Viessman’s new mobile lab with hands-on live-fire demonstration of the Vitodens 100, Vitodens 200 and Vitodens 222-F boilers.
Guests had an opportunity to meet and chat with Viessmann staff including Dr. Michael Luz, president and CEO of Veissmann U.S., and Steve David, director of Sales at Viessmann.
“We want to provide a quality experience for our partners that’s in keeping with our superior products” Dr. Luz said. “With Viessmann, heating season means an open season of leading heating products and solutions, best practice professional training and education, high quality customer service and innovative marketing support.”
David said, “The open house is an opportunity for Viessmann to showcase and reinforce professionalism. We think of this event as a class re-union for our A-Team mechanical contractors and Viessmann partners.”
The open house gave contractors and heating professionals a chance to mingle and discuss Viessmann products.
Brian Golden, lead technician at Foley Mechanical, said, “One of the most valuable aspects of the open house was comparing notes with other heating professionals and learning how other contractors are installing Viessmann boilers.”