Description

HVAC Automation Hardware & Software Company – Niche Market

This company provides affordable DDC solutions that are factory engineered for HVAC contractors. Prior to now, it has almost been impossible for the HVAC contractors to provide DDC networked control technology to the smaller projects to increase the energy efficiency. This company makes it possible – 40-60% installed savings, 30-50% scheduled savings, and simplified installation. The company specializes in homes from 10,000 square feet to 40,000 square feet and commercial buildings under 100,000 square feet. This is a totally niche market and this company has no competition for its products or services – their price point is unbeatable – the larger companies cannot get their overhead costs down to compete in this market. This company’s product “Controls in a Box�? uses all of the current technology in an innovated way to make energy network management easy and affordable. The company’s proprietary server centralizes system information and provides various user types with web access to a full featured Building Automation System (BAS) software suite including graphics, alarming, scheduling, trending, and reporting. The system works for both heating and cooling systems. The average range of a job is $5,000 to $15,000 per project. Everything is done remotely so this business scan be relocated to anywhere the buyer is without a problem. The company currently has operations in Washington, Oregon, Ohio, New York, and the Bahamas. They currently use one distributor who covers 5 States – Alaska, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Montana. The new owner could easily add more distributors and increase the distribution to cover the USA, North America, the Caribbean, etc. The current owners have not attended any trade shows – this would greatly increase the customer base – once contractors realized they could tap into this market. California just made Title 24 law and this type of service is mandatory under the law. This will be a gold mine for the new buyer. Sellers are selling the business so they can concentrate on the software side of the business.
This business can be run from anywhere – home, office, etc. – it is totally done remotely.
This is a totally niche market and this company has no competition for its products or services – their price point is unbeatable – the larger companies cannot get their overhead costs down to compete in this market.



The company currently has operations in Washington, Oregon, Ohio, New York, and the Bahamas. They currently use one distributor who covers 5 States – Alaska, Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Montana. The new owner could easily add more distributors and increase the distribution to cover the USA, North America, the Caribbean, etc. The current owners have not attended any trade shows – this would greatly increase the customer base – once contractors realized they could tap into this market. California just made Title 24 law and this type of service is mandatory under the law. This will be a gold mine for the new buyer.

The Seller will provide up to 4 weeks of onsite training on the day to operation of the business, how to utilize the software, and how to grow the business.
Sellers are selling the business so they can concentrate on the software side of the business – they do not have the skills to build this part of the business.
Technology, software, hardware, manufacturing, HVAC, heating and air conditioning, internet, home based

Posted Apr 29, 2016

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